If you’re like most people, you use the Notes app to jot down important information, including personal details. To keep your notes secure, you use the lock note feature. However, it’s common to forget the password, especially when you use Face ID or Touch ID to unlock notes.
If you’ve forgotten your password, there’s no need to worry. You can reset the Notes password easily by going to your Settings, scrolling down to Notes, and tapping on Password. Then, click on the Reset Password button. This will reset the password for future notes that you create and lock. However, old notes will still have the old password.
What should you do if you’ve forgotten your Notes password? It’s essential to copy the content of all your locked notes and create new ones manually. This way, you won’t lose access to old notes that you can’t remember the password for.
After you’ve copied the notes, you can reset the password by going to Settings and clicking on Password again. Type in your Apple ID password, and then create a new password. It’s vital to use a hint to help you remember the new password.
Once you’ve created a new password, your old notes will still have the old password. The new password will only work for the notes that you create from now on.
Although you can’t reset the password for all your notes, this simple hack can save you from losing access to old notes. Just follow the tutorial step-by-step, and you’ll be good to go.
It’s frustrating to forget your Notes password, but with this tutorial, you can reset it easily. If you found this tutorial helpful, let us know in the comments below.