iosreset is a command-line utility which allows you factory reset iOS devices on PCs running Windows or Linux.
To factory reset iOS applications using the Quamotion iosreset command-line utility, you need:
- A PC running Linux or Windows
- On Windows: The latest version of iTunes
- On Linux: The latest version of libimobiledevice
- A copy of the iOS Developer Disk images
Using the Quamotion iosreset utility
The iosreset utility takes the following common parameters:
-l|--license <path to your Quamotion license file> -u|--udid <the UDID of your device> -d|--developerDiskDirectory <The path to the directory which contains the Developer Disk images for this version of iOS> --profile <path to a mobile configuration profile you want to install on your device> --enable-ui-automation
- license is the path to your Quamotion license file
- udid is the UDID of the device on which you want to execute the command. You can omit the udid parameter if only one iOS device is connected to your computer
- developerDiskDirectory is the path to the directory which contains the Developer Disk images for this version of iOS
- profile is the path to a mobile configuration profile you want to install on your device
- enable-ui-automation indicates whether you want to enable UI automation on the device. UI automation is enabled only if you specify this flag
For more information about the Quamotion iosreset command-line utility, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.