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How To Set A Long Passcode In Passcode Lock In iOS 5

Setting up a passcode for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is one way to keep your files, apps, etc to be safety,securely and privately .As you might know that in iOS 4 you can only set a simple passcode which is a 4 digit number. Of course, you can set a simple passcode in iOS 5 as well, but in our case is to set a long and complicated passcode. However, don’t setup a passcode that even you cannot remember.Now, let move on to the simple steps to set a long passcode in iOS 5.

1. Same thing as before, launch “Settings” > General

2. Scroll down to the middle of the screen, tap on ” Passcode Lock” (default is Off )

3. Under Passcode Lock, you will see “Simple Passcode” is on,now go ahead to turn it off.

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4. Tap on “Turn Passcode On” at the top of the screen.

5. Start to setting up your own Passcode. Type in your passcode in the field under “Enter a passcode “. Then tap on “Next” on top right of your screen.

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6. Re-enter your passcode

 

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7. Tap on “Done”. Now, your long passcode has been created. (Make sure you remember it.)

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Once you set your own passcode up, you will need to enter your passcode every single time while you are trying to Unlock your screen and power up your device.

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To change / turn off your passcode just follow the steps above,re-enter your passcode to turn it off, tap edit to change. Any questions feel free to ask in comments below.

 

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