Resetting Secrets will delete any locally stored data and the device keys. After a reset Secrets will behave as it was just installed on a brand new device.
While you would normally never have to perform this operation you may have to if, for example, you have restored your device from a backup or have migrated your data to a new device, and, you either never created paper device or recovery key or no longer have access to them.
To reset Secrets on a Mac:
- Right-click on the any of unlock or recover buttons.
- Choose "Reset" from the context menu.
- Click the "Understood" checkbox.
- Click "Reset".
To reset Secrets on an iOS device:
- Long press on the any of unlock or recover buttons
- Choose "Reset" from the context menu
- Tap the "Understood" switch
- Tap "Reset"
After resetting, Secrets will perform its setup again. If you have other trusted devices syncing to iCloud, Secrets will prompt you to re-authorize this device during setup.
Finally, if you've haven't created or have lost your paper device, now would be a good time to (re)create one.