During the iOS Setup Assistant process, you must sign into your Apple ID. Signing into your Apple ID is mandatory before you can deploy apps or use the management profile. The Apple ID and passcode you set for your device must be unique and strong, and the passcode must have a special character (such as!&!). To change your passcode, see Apple's article Create a Secure Passphrase. After you've successfully signed into your Apple ID, the next step is to enter a strong passcode.

To enable the iOS Setup Assistant, go to Settings > General > Reset. Once you've done this, the Setup Assistant icon should appear on your device's home screen. Once this icon appears, tap it. Once the setup assistant finishes, tap "Done" to accept the changes and continue. If you haven't done this before, you can follow the instructions on the screen. Once you have completed the setup process, you can use your iOS device.

Once you've finished with the iOS Setup Assistant, you're ready to install your first iOS update. Open the Updates tab on your device's settings and make sure you've got the latest version. If not, you can re-install the software by pressing the home button and selecting "Restore iPhone."

To bypass the iOS Setup Assistant, you need to connect your device to your computer before it reboots. Make sure you stay connected to your computer during the reboot process so that the Apple logo appears. If you are unable to bypass the Setup Assistant, try exiting and restarting it again. The process should be complete by the time the Apple logo appears on your screen. iMazing cannot trigger a bypass. To proceed, you can follow the instructions for each step.

After you've finished the iOS Setup Assistant, you can use the Company Portal app to manage and download apps. However, if you don't want to set up your device with user affinity, you can use the Apple Configurator to enroll your iOS devices directly. After you've done this, you'll need to make an enrollment profile for your iOS/iPadOS devices. The Company Portal app won't work on devices that are not directly enrolled.

iOS Setup Assistant

If you don't want to use iTunes to restore your iOS device, you can always use your backup. After restoring your device, the iOS Setup Assistant will help you restore all your personal data. Once the restore is complete, your iPad will display a welcome screen asking you to slide to setup. Now, you'll have to follow the steps to restore your device from iCloud backup. However, it's not difficult to restore your data using iOS Setup Assistant.