Icloud by pass iphone 4S

i have iphone 4S.. icloud locked i want to unlocked that how can i do this plz help :(

Why is it icloud locked? Is it a stolen set?

This is one feature I love about iOS. If it is his own phone, he should be able to unlock it by entering the email address he used for iCloud. Otherwise he is fcuked.

No way to unblock a icloud locked device.

sorry dude

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i have iphone 4S… icloud locked i want to unlocked that how can i do this plz help [emoji20]

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If you have stolen it then return it … If you want to icloud unlock it then get ready to pay 17 to 18k … The lastest version is unlockable … Sell it to me for 3k

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Interesting. Say, if I got an iPhone 4s from my brother. Now

he obviously had an Apple ID connected to iCloud and every-

thing. When I get that phone, I would like to be able to switch

from his Apple ID/iCloud to my own.

In that event, do I just need to know his email/password and

can make the switch, or something more drastic ?. I was going

to delete everything on his phone. Like a 'factory reset' or some-

thing (I don't know if there is such a thing in iOS devices). Is

there an easier way than that, if you have all the information ?.

This thread has raised some interesting points.

Sheikh 'Tazabzub Ka Shikar' Chilli

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Interesting. Say, if I got an iPhone 4s from my brother. Now

he obviously had an Apple ID connected to iCloud and every-

thing. When I get that phone, I would like to be able to switch

from his Apple ID/iCloud to my own.

In that event, do I just need to know his email/password and

can make the switch, or something more drastic ?. I was going

to delete everything on his phone. Like a ‘factory reset’ or some-

thing (I don’t know if there is such a thing in iOS devices). Is

there an easier way than that, if you have all the information ?.

This thread has raised some interesting points.

Sheikh ‘Tazabzub Ka Shikar’ Chilli

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You need to get his email/password and turn off the Find my iPhone feature and logout out of icloud…then you can sign in with yours. The thing with icloud lock is that even if you factory reset the phone, it asks for the previous owner’s icloud id (if they hadn’t logged out) when setting up the phone. It’s linked with Apple’s servers which is why it’s almost impossible to bypass it.

@v9s:

Well, that's very convenient. Good to know that

while Apple has some PITA rules, some features

do provide user's a fair bit of security.

I tried to transfer data, when I made the upgrade

from one iPhone to another, through iCloud, but

it wouldn't transfer all of the pics/vids. So first had

to back it all up through iTunes on PC and then

manually do the transfer to the new iPhone. Took

hours!

But I hope factory reset will take less time. Thanks

for the information.

Sheikh 'AaniyaN JaaniyaN' Chilli