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[title] Setting the device up again
[* black] TreatOnce the device is restored, set it up as a new device. You have to do this, since restoringdevice and configure it how you had it before or change it until you are happy with it.
[* icon_reminder] Use of
a backup will potentially restore the forgotten password andis not recommended. These may also contain unknown passwords as well. If this procedureis the case, you will haveneed to be repeatedstart from the beginning again. Set it up as a new device, so this doesn't happen.
[* icon_note]
iTunes will want to restore the device from a backup by default. Do not do this, asso it is important do this will restore the forgotten password. Makeyourself and verify it is not restoring a new backup with your new password and delete thebackup. Deletion of old backups to make sure you do not inadvertently restore them at a later date by accidentis optional, but recommended.
[* black] TreatOnce the device is restored, set it up as a new device. You have to do this, since restoringdevice and configure it how you had it before or change it until you are happy with it.
[* icon_reminder] Use of
a backup will potentially restore the forgotten password andis not recommended. These may also contain unknown passwords as well. If this procedureis the case, you will haveneed to be repeatedstart from the beginning again. Set it up as a new device, so this doesn't happen.
[* icon_note]
iTunes will want to restore the device from a backup by default. Do not do this, asso it is important do this will restore the forgotten password. Makeyourself and verify it is not restoring a new backup with your new password and delete thebackup. Deletion of old backups to make sure you do not inadvertently restore them at a later date by accidentis optional, but recommended.