Well before you go around being so stressed and thoughtful about the need for a backup file to reset passcode on iPhone, you should know that not having an iCloud backup isn’t the end of the road for you.
You can still reset the device even without backup. Difference is, you loose all files and data with not a single of your already existing documents left somewhere in the iPhone.
Before you reset passcode on iPhone, make sure it’s really worth it. Have you really forgotten the passcode? How much more will you gain than loose if you happen to reset it?
How to reset passcode on iPhone
As simple as it was earlier said to be, all you have to do is:
1. Press and hold the Side button and any of the volume button keys till the power off slider comes on screen. Then turn of your iPhone by dragging the slider.
2. Your iPhone should be connected to your computer while you’re holding the Side button. Don’t let go of the Side button until you’re able to see the recovery mode screen.
3. Simply restore your device (click to skip to instructions)
Restore your iPhone
To restore your device inorder to solve the passcode problem, you’ll need to follow the steps below:
Connect your iPhone to your PC with the supplied cable
Open Finder then click on your device under ‘locations’
A note should appear thus “There is a problem with the iPhone that requires it to be updated or restored”
Go ahead to click the Restore option then wait for the device to be reset.
You can Now set up the device with your backup if there’s any.