If you lose your passcode and are unable to access your Apple Watch, there is a method to reset it so that you may use it once more.
Here we’ll teach you how to restart your Apple Watch after we previously demonstrated how to repair an iPhone that has lost its password.
Once you enter the wrong passcode too many times, the device will lock you out and force you to reset it and pair it with your iPhone. Either the watch or the Watch app on your iPhone are suitable options for carrying out this action.
How do I reset the passcode from the Watch App on the iPhone?
You may reset the Apple Watch password from your iPhone by opening the Watch app.
The next step is to choose the My Watch menu located at the bottom, navigate to General, select Reset, select Erase Apple Watch Content and Settings, and then double-click that choice to confirm.
The device will reset when you input your Apple ID password, at which time you may use the backup to restore your Apple Watch.
Following a device reset and backup restoration, you can select a new passcode for your Apple Watch.
How do I reset the passcode direct on the Apple Watch?
There is yet another way to reset the Apple Watch. After placing the Apple Watch on its charger, press the side button once more to activate the Power Off menu.
Select Reset after that, and then confirm your decision to do so by tapping and holding the Apple Watch’s digital crown until the Erase All Content and Settings menu displays. You have the option to select to restore data from a backup once it resets.
Now that your Apple Watch has been reset and returned to factory settings, you may select a new passcode for it.