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Hey guys
my iphone 4s is last year falling in our pool all works but it wont load after it.
so i buy me a new phone but this year i repair the dock connector in my iphone all works fine.
Now my problem i have forgot my passcode :frown:
The IOS version is 5.1 and its a jailbroken device
please help :smile:

thanks in advance
 
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Just go to the carrier of the iPhone and ask them to remove the password.
You can also try and do this if you are on iOS 5.1:
 
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You have to wipe the phone.
 
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You have to wipe the phone.

No! You do not. Why would you even suggest that?
He stated that it is his phone so then he should have no problems going to the phones carrier and having the password removed!
 
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I'm telling you I work for a carrier there gonna tell him to wipe the phone.
 
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No! You do not. Why would you even suggest that?
He stated that it is his phone so then he should have no problems going to the phones carrier and having the password removed!
Not saying there isnt a way to bypass the code. Just saying thats what there gonna tell him.
 
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Not saying there isnt a way to bypass the code. Just saying thats what there gonna tell him.

Then they should really rethink a new job. That's idiotic to do that and to believe so in doing that.
 
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Just go to the carrier of the iPhone and ask them to remove the password.
You can also try and do this if you are on iOS 5.1:

This not works for me :frown:
maybe an other way ?
i called the apple support but say told me they cant help me when i have an jailbreak
 
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Well its not there problem he forgot his password. Plus its jailbroken they won't give him support for that reason. I know it sucks but that's the bottom line. Sorry op that sucks man.
 
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No.... just stop.

I'm telling you I work for a carrier there gonna tell him to wipe the phone.

Hold on now. Since iPhones are pretty high up on the list of most stolen cellular devices, a carrier isn't going to just blindly remove the password lock on a phone. That would make them liable and an accomplice to thievery. That's why you can't just take it into the apple store and have them remove the password lock anymore. If you try, they will take it and restore it and give it back.

This not works for me :frown:
maybe an other way ?
i called the apple support but say told me they cant help me when i have an jailbreak

You should NEVER tell apple your device is jailbroken when you are trying to get tech support, they will just refuse service and hang up. I don't see why DFU restoring is a problem. All you do is plug the phone into iTunes, put the device in DFU mode and restore it to factory settings while updating it to iOS 7.
 
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Hold on now. Since iPhones are pretty high up on the list of most stolen cellular devices, a carrier isn't going to just blindly remove the password lock on a phone. That would make them liable and an accomplice to thievery. That's why you can't just take it into the apple store and have them remove the password lock anymore. If you try, they will take it and restore it and give it back.



You should NEVER tell apple your device is jailbroken when you are trying to get tech support, they will just refuse service and hang up. I don't see why DFU restoring is a problem. All you do is plug the phone into iTunes, put the device in DFU mode and restore it to factory settings while updating it to iOS 7.
Thank you for that!
 
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Hold on now. Since iPhones are pretty high up on the list of most stolen cellular devices, a carrier isn't going to just blindly remove the password lock on a phone. That would make them liable and an accomplice to thievery. That's why you can't just take it into the apple store and have them remove the password lock anymore. If you try, they will take it and restore it and give it back

Proof of purchase..
 
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Proof of purchase..

I suppose, but in this case...and the inconsistencies in the story, I doubt there is any PoP. I do see what you're saying, but you and I both know proof of purchase can easily be faked.
 
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Hold on now. Since iPhones are pretty high up on the list of most stolen cellular devices, a carrier isn't going to just blindly remove the password lock on a phone. That would make them liable and an accomplice to thievery. That's why you can't just take it into the apple store and have them remove the password lock anymore. If you try, they will take it and restore it and give it back.



You should NEVER tell apple your device is jailbroken when you are trying to get tech support, they will just refuse service and hang up. I don't see why DFU restoring is a problem. All you do is plug the phone into iTunes, put the device in DFU mode and restore it to factory settings while updating it to iOS 7.

i reseted my phone with dfu mode :wink: thanks for help
 
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