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If you accidentally forgot your iPhone passcode, you can apply the following tips to unlock your device.
1. Using Find My iPhone
First, open a browser on your computer or phone and visit https://www.icloud.com/, then log in with the corresponding account.
Next, users just need to click on Find iPhone (find iPhone), click on the iPhone icon on the map, at this time, you will see three options Play sound (play sound), Lost mode (play mode). lost) and Erase iPhone (erase iPhone).
Select the device that has forgotten the passcode. Photo: MINH HOANG
Select Erase iPhone (erase iPhone) – Erase (delete) and follow the instructions until done. Note, this procedure will wipe all data on the device.
When resetting iPhone, users can choose to restore data through previous backups on iCloud or iTunes.
2. Use AnyUnlock
AnyUnlock is a third-party software that helps users unlock iPhone without passcode. It doesn’t matter if the passcode is 4 digits/6 digits, Touch ID or Face ID, AnyUnlock can unlock iPhone with a pretty high success rate.
First, visit this address and download the installation corresponding to the operating system you are using (Windows or macOS).
Download the corresponding AnyUnlock installation. Photo: MINH HOANG
When done, open AnyUnlock software and click on the Unlock Screen Passcode option, then connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable. Note, to avoid problems, users should use original Apple USB cables or MFi certified third-party cables.
When the iPhone connection is successful, press the Start button to start. AnyUnlock will automatically detect the device and download the corresponding software version. Download time will depend on the speed of your Internet connection.
Finally, the user just needs to press the Unlock button and wait for a while until it’s done. Note, unlocking iPhone with AnyUnlock software will erase all existing data on the device, however, users can restore everything through previous backups on iTunes or iCloud (if applicable). ).
These two methods can also be applied to unlock iPhone when you enter the wrong passcode multiple times.
– 5 consecutive wrong passcode attempts: iPhone disabled for 1 minute
– 7 consecutive wrong passcode attempts: iPhone disabled for 5 minutes
– 8 failed passcode attempts in a row: iPhone disabled for 15 minutes
– 9 consecutive wrong passcode attempts: iPhone disabled for 60 minutes
– 10 consecutive failed passcode attempts: iPhone disabled, requires connecting to iTunes.
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