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How remove iCloud Lock METHOD 1

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Questions
1. Is there a free iCloud bypass?
2. How can I get around paying for a removal?
2a. What about jailbreaking?
2b. What about other tools like TinyUmbrella, or SSH?
2c. What about modifying the IPSW?
3. What about paying for a removal?
3a. What if I want to contact the old owner? Some of these paid removals require an “info check” with my order?
3b. How do they remove the iCloud lock? And why is it so expensive?
3c. What about clean unlocks?
3d. I don’t have an IMEI, just a serial. I have a WIFI only device (Apple Watch/iPod/iPad)
3e. What about a motherboard swap?
4. I’m iCloud unlocked now. What about the carrier? I want to activate.
4a. How do I check the status of the IMEI?
4b. What does blacklisted mean? EIP? FEC?

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1. Is there a free iCloud bypass?
There is no iCloud bypass. There is no free iCloud bypass except for this DNS bypass + iHaxDNS.
You just have to come to accept that slowly. You can remove icloud for free also if your idevice is activated in order to use this method you need access to the springboard more info here: 

2. How can I get around paying for a removal?
If you don’t want to pay for a removal, that is your choice, but that leaves you with just this DNS bypass and iHaxDNS.

2a. What about jailbreaking?
You cannot jailbreak a locked iPhone. If you have actually ever done a jailbreak, most require you to turn off Find My iPhone, and others require you to change something you cannot change, such as the date. you will need one iboot exploit to jailbreak without activate the idevice.

2b. What about other tools like TinyUmbrella, or SSH?
SSH? That is for an iPhone 4 and under ONLY. The iPhone 4 uses an A4 processor that lacked read/write protections. to the newer A5 and up processors there is no ssh.

2c. What about modifying the IPSW?
An IPSW bypass may work. It worked then in conjunction with jailbroken devices that had SSH installed. FCE 365 has supposedly made one for the 32-bit iPhones, but never worked not even with basic features. But if possible you cannot make phone calls, iMessage and FaceTime will not work. I know it does not work on a 64 bit device like the 5s, 6/+, and 6s/+.

3. What about paying for a removal?
First you have to understand your iCloud lock state. Your iCloud lock exists in two states: LOST/ERASED or CLEAN.

iCloud LOST /STOLEN/ERASED = “Lost and Erased” and there may be a “Message from Owner.”
iCloud Clean = iphone does not say “Lost and Erased” or “Message from Owner.”

An iPhone might look clean, but can be lost. In this case, a check of the LOST/CLEAN status may be required.

The iCloud lock state differs from the status of the IMEI. The phone IMEI can be blacklisted, and the lock status can be clean, or the phone IMEI can be clean, but the iCloud status lost. IMEI state is determined by the phone carrier, where as iCloud state is determined by the original owner/Apple.

Regardless, this status might still require a check to confirm its status.

You can do these checks with iCloudHotRemove, CloudCrackers, Legit_Unlocks, and many more.

https://twitter.com/iCloudHotRemove
https://twitter.com/CLOUDCRACKERS
https://twitter.com/Legit_Unlocks

Remember to ALWAYS check the status of a seller at: http://iunlockadvisor.com/ or the scam protection page at https://twitter.com/iScamSupport

If you get scammed, I told you how to protect yourself, and you will need to call that a life lesson.

3a. What if I want to contact the old owner? Some of these paid removals require an “info check” with my order?

If you are paying for a removal, you will require some info on the old owner. You can either pay for an info check (around $20-$35).

Some people have found success in getting the number off of the SIM card that was found in the phone. Some people have also found success in contacting the old owner by email, and getting them to turn off the iCloud lock. Again, this varies from person to person, and my advise is always contact owner and give back the phone.

3b. How do they remove the iCloud lock? And why is it so expensive?

Ph1shlng (google it) it may costs $75+. It has about a 90% chance of working, and they take payment after they are able to get in.

Ph1shlng is the ONLY way to get a phone in LOST mode to work. Even if you have the actual receipt from the actual place of purchase for the iPhone, and it is in LOST mode, even Apple will not be able to do anything. (I do not support this method this is information purposes only )

Everything costs money. If you found the iPhone, don’t be cheap. You got a $400+ piece of metal and plastic for free, and you are complaining about $75. That is insane

3c. What about clean unlocks?
If your iPhone is clean, and you don’t want to pay for an info check then you only require the IMEI. But it costs more than $200+ for an unlock.

Unfortunately, I can no longer recommend this method the prices have skyrocketed to $250+ an unlock with a 3 week lag time. I recommend icloud_global, or CloudCrackers (at the time of writing, he is doing this for $125).

3d. I don’t have an IMEI, just a serial. I have a WIFI only device (Apple Watch/iPod/iPad).

Go to these guys. At the time of writing, unlocks are $20-$40.

You can do an unlock with iCloudHotRemove, CloudCrackers, Legit_Unlocks, and many more.

https://twitter.com/minacrisOficial

https://twitter.com/iCloudHotRemove
https://twitter.com/CLOUDCRACKERS
https://twitter.com/Legit_Unlocks

3e. What about a motherboard swap?

I personally cannot recommend this method. Motherboard swaps are time-consuming, and if you don’t read the seller’s listing correctly, you may end up with an equally iCloud locked motherboard. Clean motherboards sell for $300 which is more than an unlock in most instances.

If you want to: Purchase an iCloud unlocked motherboard from eBay. The motherboard must have the chips on them. So a motherboard with a price of $10 will not have the chips on it.

Motherboards run as much as a new phone, and the motherboard itself must not have iCloud on it. If you put a motherboard in your phone that is also iCloud locked, your phone will still be iCloud locked.

Use iFixit to find a guide on how to dismantle the iPhone, and be careful. Dismantling an iPhone 5 and up is quite easy, but a 4S is extremely tricky.

if is iPad GSM words removing iCloud using this method : remove iCloud iPad

4. I’m iCloud unlocked now. What about the carrier? I want to activate.

Some carriers lock their phones to them, and some carriers don’t. Some iPhones are sold as unlocked and some aren’t. You will require a GSX check to determine this. Once you determine the carrier, you may have to pay for an unlock.

You also need to determine if the iPhone version you have can be applied to your network. Check the page atwww.apple.com/iphone/lte , and do Ctrl+F with the model number for your iPhone. Example: A1586 = SIM free iPhone 6/Sprint version in the USA.

4a. How do I check the status of the IMEI?
Your IMEI status only determines your status with the carrier:

http://i-imei.com/ ( apple devices lock status, carrier )
www.swappa.com/esn (USA/UK/CA/IE IMEIs only)
www.ting.com/byod (USA/CA IMEIs only)
www.tmobile.com/verifyimei.aspx

4b. What does blacklisted mean? EIP? FEC?
IMEI blacklisted/lost = reported stolen/lost/unpaid bills
IMEI EIP (tmobile) / FEC (sprint) = the person still owes on money the phone

If you unlock a phone with a blacklisted IMEI, you cannot use it in on the blacklisting carrier, and in USA and Canada, they share blacklists. This means an phone blacklisted on Sprint might not be able to be used on T-Mobile.

If the phone is financed, you cannot pay it off. Only the original owner can. If the phone is locked to a carrier, you must pay to unlock it. As far as I know, cloudcrackers and hackiphone offer this service. AT&T unlocks are much cheaper. T-Mobile and Sprint will be very expensive.

Remember that the phone can be blacklisted at any time and before you buy second-hand idevice always check imei first here https://www.icloud.com/activationlock/

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