Would you like to change your Notes password? Get all information about how to reset Notes password on iPhone/iPad/Mac through the article below.
As information security becomes increasingly important nowadays, we often use passwords to protect our privacy. On Apple devices, we can lock our notes with passwords in the Notes app so that their contents are hidden. It’s a very important security measure that you can take to protect your information.
However, as we create more and more passwords, we tend to forget some of them at certain times. What if you forget the password you use for your Notes app? Would you still be able to reset the password? The answer is YES and you can find out how in the article below!
Here’s what you should do if you forget your Notes password and want to reset it on your iPhone or iPad.
Once you select “Reset Password” in step 6, your old Notes password will be removed even if you choose to cancel in the following steps. So if you’re not sure whether you want to reset your password yet, select “Cancel” in this step.
Now you’ve successfully reset the Notes password on your iPhone or iPad.
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What about resetting Notes password on your Mac? Please follow the steps below:
Once you select “Reset Password” in step 4, your old Notes password will be removed even if you choose to cancel in the following steps. So if you’re not sure whether you want to reset your password yet, select “Cancel” in this step.
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If you see the “Reset Password” option on your iPhone is grayed out, it probably means you have already removed your old Notes password. You can simply set up a new password.
Please note that even if you successfully reset your Notes password, you still need your old password to access the notes you locked before. The new password can only be used for notes you wish to lock in the future. So if you find that you can’t open certain notes with your new password, it doesn’t mean that the Notes password reset isn’t working. It probably means that the notes you wish to view are locked before you reset the password and need to be unlocked with an old password.
There are certain types of notes that can’t be locked on the iPhone. These include:
You can choose to view your iPhone notes on your iCloud account. Simply log into your iCloud account at icloud.com, and then click on Notes. Please make sure that you’re signed in to the same Apple account that you used for your iPhone.
AnyUnlock is one of the fantastic apps you can use to get rid of the passcode from your iOS-based device if you forget the screen passcode of your iPhone or iPad. The tool allows you to remove the passcode without actually having to enter it in just a few easy clicks. All you need to do is select your phone, choose the option that lets you remove the passcode, and it will take care of everything for you.
During the process, it will erase all the data on your iPhone. It will then also update the operating system to the latest version available on your device.
The following are the steps on how to use this app to remove the passcode from your iPhone.
Step 1. Download and install the app on your computer. It is available for both Windows as well as Mac machines.
Step 2. Launch the app when it is fully installed on your computer. On the main screen, click on the option that says Unlock Screen Passcode.
Step 3. Click Start and hit the Download button to download the firmware for your iPhone model.
Step 4. When the firmware is downloaded, click on the Unlock Now button to start unlocking your iPhone. You should be able to see the live progress on your screen.
Step 6. The following message will appear when the passcode is removed from your iPhone.
You can now start setting up your iPhone as a new device.
Have you successfully reset your Notes password on your Apple devices? Comment below if you still have any problems with your Notes app or any other issues with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Let us know and we’ll try to help!
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