I forgot my lock code password for my iPhone 4 and I don't know what to do to bypass lockscreen, so I tried some digital numbers attempting to seek a fortune to meet the right passcode. What the disaster is I got a message "iPhone is disabled, connect to iTunes" after entering 6 times' wrong password. I am so scared, please help!
Got into panic? Now, let's explore the trick to bypass the forgotten iPhone passcode. After this, you can regain access to your iPhone freely.
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The methods mentioned in this article are applied to all iOS devices including the newest iOS 9 or iOS 8.4: iPhone 6S, 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS; iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 3, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad 4 (iPad with Retina Display), the New iPad (iPad 3), iPad mini, iPad 2; iPod touch 4th and iPod touch 5. Now let's get started the specific operation to disable iPhone lock screen passcode.
DFU mode is something that you can put iPhone into where it can interact with iTunes but does not load the OS or boot loader. iPhone Care Pro enables you to unlock iPhone forgotten passcode in DFU mode without any risks.
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Factory restore iOS device is usually the first way that comes to our mind when iPad, iPod or iPhone is locked. However, if you restore your iDevice to factory settings, all pictures, videos, contacts, SMS, apps, etc. will be cleared. Before moving on, I strongly advise you to recover/transfer the data and apps from iPhone, iPad, iPod to your computer. Then follow the guide below.
These two methods are feasible on how to wipe out iPhone/iPad/iPod passcode or password. Just choose one suitable to you.
Acutally, there are some outdated methods to bypass iPhone/iPad/iPod password set on the lock screen. But none of them work now.
As was said above, before these operations, you shoud backup your iPhone, iPad or iPod to iTunes or iCloud so that you can restore iPhone from backup files to get the lost data. However, some users are faced with another problem: iTunes asking for a password at backup restore even never set up that password. In this case, you are advised to use a tool called iPhone Backup Unlocker to recover the strange and unknown backup password in order to restore the encrypted iTunes backup.
Just in case, if you are one of those who fail to restore your iPhone because your iTunes backup didn't work, or whose iPhone become inaccessible after being restored, free download iPhone Data Recovery, it should be the optimal choice to restore iPhone data. If your iOS device has other problems like full of junk files, iOS stuck, app-in ads, iTunes failing backup or restore, you can use the all-in-one program iPhone Care Pro to help you.
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