How do I turn off restricted mode on iPhone without password?

Answered by Ricardo McCardle

To turn off restricted mode on an iPhone without the password, you can follow these steps:

Step 1: Open the Settings app
– Locate the Settings app on your iPhone’s home screen.
– The Settings app is represented by a gray icon with gears.

Step 2: Access Screen Time settings
– Tap on “Screen Time” from the list of options in the Settings menu.
– The Screen Time feature allows you to manage and monitor your device usage.

Step 3: Change Screen Time Passcode
– Within the Screen Time settings, find and tap on “Change Screen Time Passcode.”
– This option is used to modify or disable the passcode used for Screen Time restrictions.

Step 4: Disable Screen Time Passcode
– A menu will appear with several options related to the Screen Time passcode.
– Select “Turn Off Screen Time Passcode” from this menu.
– You may be prompted to enter your device passcode or use Touch ID/Face ID for authentication.

By following these steps, you should be able to turn off restricted mode on your iPhone without needing the passcode. It’s important to note that disabling the Screen Time passcode will remove any restrictions and allow unrestricted access to apps and features on your device.

Please keep in mind that this process may vary slightly depending on the iOS version you are using. If you encounter any difficulties or have further questions, feel free to reach out for additional assistance.

Disclaimer: While I strive to provide accurate information, it’s important to note that disabling Screen Time restrictions without the passcode may compromise the intended purpose of parental controls or self-imposed limitations. Always exercise caution and use this feature responsibly.