1. Katherine464's Avatar
    Does anyone know how to bypass the activation screen in iOS 7? I restored my iphone but I don't know the iCloud information and it's not my email. I saw this website selling an unlock, does anyone know this method? [redacted]
    Last edited by JustMe'D; 03-16-2014 at 11:54 AM. Reason: removed link
    03-16-2014 11:38 AM
  2. warcraftWidow's Avatar
    There is no way around the activation lock.
    03-16-2014 11:39 AM
  3. i7guy's Avatar
    I'm sure you did a web search before posting this. Truth is if it were possible, you would have already known how to do it.
    03-16-2014 12:24 PM
  4. antiprotest's Avatar
    Probably a found or stolen iPhone and you're trying to make it work.
    03-16-2014 02:30 PM
  5. JakePleasants's Avatar
    Probably a found or stolen iPhone and you're trying to make it work.
    My thought as well.
    03-16-2014 03:15 PM
  6. Jaguarr40's Avatar
    Same story... Different face and name ...You will not get the info you seek from anybody through this forum...Sorry! BTW you did not mention the model of phone and it does not matter but find a carrier or big box store, Buy it the right way under contract or unlocked at full retail and you won't have any future issues except the typical ones we all have. Have a nice day.
    03-16-2014 04:57 PM
  7. EmceeGeek's Avatar
    Does anyone know how to bypass the activation screen in iOS 7? I restored my iphone but I don't know the iCloud information and it's not my email. I saw this website selling an unlock, does anyone know this method? [redacted]
    Only unlock you'll find is for carriers, not to bypass an activation screen. Hmm..
    03-16-2014 11:28 PM
  8. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    Copy and Pasted from another thread...this actually works!

    This process is intricate but it will work. You're going to need quite a few supplies...

    - Six B class model rocket motors
    - A length of wire (the longer the better)
    - A large tupperware container that will fit the iPad safely
    - 1 bag of styrofoam peanuts
    - 2 boxes of wheat enriched spaghetti noodles
    - 1 jar of Ragu thick and chunky mushroom tomato sauce
    - 3 candles (preferably non-scented)

    ...Begin by placing your iPad in the tupperware, you'll want to make sure to fill packing peanuts around it to give it a secure (but slightly loose) "shuttle". Attach the model rocket motors to the corners in a balanced pattern so that thrust is equal and there are no areas where an unbalanced lift would take place...this is very important, as you will need an aligned orbit for your device once it breaks through the atmosphere.

    Once the shuttle is prepared, the spaghetti needs to be boiled for no longer than 9min. on high. This may leave the noodles a bit al dente, but it's ok, the earth's tug on the noodles will surely finish them to a fine, finished texture. Once the 9min. have passed, pour the noodles (water and all) onto the iPad within the container...this is going to provide what scientists call a "Starch-Hydro Platform" within the container...this platform will ensure that the iPad has a safe trip into space! (how cool is that? Your iPad is about to join the ranks of Buzz Aldrin, a few monkeys and Tom Hanks!)

    Once you have your platform settled, add the tomato sauce. This is really not a necessity, but it will give the iPad a nice aroma, and what's better than a nice smelling device? (refrain from trying to eat it, glass and metal is hard on the teeth).

    Light the candles for a romantic ambiance.

    Finally...you're ready for blast off! Wire up your engines to an electrical source (the best would probably be sticking them directly into a high voltage socket...this will give the engines instant power!). Your iPad is going to have a rough (but delicious) ride! When it returns, it will have actually traveled in TIME! This is the part where it gets tricky, sometimes the trip goes forward...you need BACKWARD...in order to reset the password. If the first attempt doesn't work, try more rocket motors and perhaps a little less sauce...the perfect combination will lead you to your ultimate result!

    Good luck space cadet! And god speed!
    03-17-2014 09:20 AM
  9. Septembersrain's Avatar
    Copy and Pasted from another thread...this actually works!

    This process is intricate but it will work. You're going to need quite a few supplies...

    - Six B class model rocket motors
    - A length of wire (the longer the better)
    - A large tupperware container that will fit the iPad safely
    - 1 bag of styrofoam peanuts
    - 2 boxes of wheat enriched spaghetti noodles
    - 1 jar of Ragu thick and chunky mushroom tomato sauce
    - 3 candles (preferably non-scented)

    ...Begin by placing your iPad in the tupperware, you'll want to make sure to fill packing peanuts around it to give it a secure (but slightly loose) "shuttle". Attach the model rocket motors to the corners in a balanced pattern so that thrust is equal and there are no areas where an unbalanced lift would take place...this is very important, as you will need an aligned orbit for your device once it breaks through the atmosphere.

    Once the shuttle is prepared, the spaghetti needs to be boiled for no longer than 9min. on high. This may leave the noodles a bit al dente, but it's ok, the earth's tug on the noodles will surely finish them to a fine, finished texture. Once the 9min. have passed, pour the noodles (water and all) onto the iPad within the container...this is going to provide what scientists call a "Starch-Hydro Platform" within the container...this platform will ensure that the iPad has a safe trip into space! (how cool is that? Your iPad is about to join the ranks of Buzz Aldrin, a few monkeys and Tom Hanks!)

    Once you have your platform settled, add the tomato sauce. This is really not a necessity, but it will give the iPad a nice aroma, and what's better than a nice smelling device? (refrain from trying to eat it, glass and metal is hard on the teeth).

    Light the candles for a romantic ambiance.

    Finally...you're ready for blast off! Wire up your engines to an electrical source (the best would probably be sticking them directly into a high voltage socket...this will give the engines instant power!). Your iPad is going to have a rough (but delicious) ride! When it returns, it will have actually traveled in TIME! This is the part where it gets tricky, sometimes the trip goes forward...you need BACKWARD...in order to reset the password. If the first attempt doesn't work, try more rocket motors and perhaps a little less sauce...the perfect combination will lead you to your ultimate result!

    Good luck space cadet! And god speed!



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    03-17-2014 09:24 AM
  10. Not Quite Right's Avatar
    Copy and Pasted from another thread...this actually works!

    This process is intricate but it will work. You're going to need quite a few supplies...

    - Six B class model rocket motors
    - A length of wire (the longer the better)
    - A large tupperware container that will fit the iPad safely
    - 1 bag of styrofoam peanuts
    - 2 boxes of wheat enriched spaghetti noodles
    - 1 jar of Ragu thick and chunky mushroom tomato sauce
    - 3 candles (preferably non-scented)

    ...Begin by placing your iPad in the tupperware, you'll want to make sure to fill packing peanuts around it to give it a secure (but slightly loose) "shuttle". Attach the model rocket motors to the corners in a balanced pattern so that thrust is equal and there are no areas where an unbalanced lift would take place...this is very important, as you will need an aligned orbit for your device once it breaks through the atmosphere.

    Once the shuttle is prepared, the spaghetti needs to be boiled for no longer than 9min. on high. This may leave the noodles a bit al dente, but it's ok, the earth's tug on the noodles will surely finish them to a fine, finished texture. Once the 9min. have passed, pour the noodles (water and all) onto the iPad within the container...this is going to provide what scientists call a "Starch-Hydro Platform" within the container...this platform will ensure that the iPad has a safe trip into space! (how cool is that? Your iPad is about to join the ranks of Buzz Aldrin, a few monkeys and Tom Hanks!)

    Once you have your platform settled, add the tomato sauce. This is really not a necessity, but it will give the iPad a nice aroma, and what's better than a nice smelling device? (refrain from trying to eat it, glass and metal is hard on the teeth).

    Light the candles for a romantic ambiance.

    Finally...you're ready for blast off! Wire up your engines to an electrical source (the best would probably be sticking them directly into a high voltage socket...this will give the engines instant power!). Your iPad is going to have a rough (but delicious) ride! When it returns, it will have actually traveled in TIME! This is the part where it gets tricky, sometimes the trip goes forward...you need BACKWARD...in order to reset the password. If the first attempt doesn't work, try more rocket motors and perhaps a little less sauce...the perfect combination will lead you to your ultimate result!

    Good luck space cadet! And god speed!
    Dude this SO works thank you!!!!
    Ben Carson likes this.
    03-18-2014 11:05 AM
  11. Jaguarr40's Avatar
    Copy and Pasted from another thread...this actually works!

    This process is intricate but it will work. You're going to need quite a few supplies...

    - Six B class model rocket motors
    - A length of wire (the longer the better)
    - A large tupperware container that will fit the iPad safely
    - 1 bag of styrofoam peanuts
    - 2 boxes of wheat enriched spaghetti noodles
    - 1 jar of Ragu thick and chunky mushroom tomato sauce
    - 3 candles (preferably non-scented)

    ...Begin by placing your iPad in the tupperware, you'll want to make sure to fill packing peanuts around it to give it a secure (but slightly loose) "shuttle". Attach the model rocket motors to the corners in a balanced pattern so that thrust is equal and there are no areas where an unbalanced lift would take place...this is very important, as you will need an aligned orbit for your device once it breaks through the atmosphere.

    Once the shuttle is prepared, the spaghetti needs to be boiled for no longer than 9min. on high. This may leave the noodles a bit al dente, but it's ok, the earth's tug on the noodles will surely finish them to a fine, finished texture. Once the 9min. have passed, pour the noodles (water and all) onto the iPad within the container...this is going to provide what scientists call a "Starch-Hydro Platform" within the container...this platform will ensure that the iPad has a safe trip into space! (how cool is that? Your iPad is about to join the ranks of Buzz Aldrin, a few monkeys and Tom Hanks!)

    Once you have your platform settled, add the tomato sauce. This is really not a necessity, but it will give the iPad a nice aroma, and what's better than a nice smelling device? (refrain from trying to eat it, glass and metal is hard on the teeth).

    Light the candles for a romantic ambiance.

    Finally...you're ready for blast off! Wire up your engines to an electrical source (the best would probably be sticking them directly into a high voltage socket...this will give the engines instant power!). Your iPad is going to have a rough (but delicious) ride! When it returns, it will have actually traveled in TIME! This is the part where it gets tricky, sometimes the trip goes forward...you need BACKWARD...in order to reset the password. If the first attempt doesn't work, try more rocket motors and perhaps a little less sauce...the perfect combination will lead you to your ultimate result!

    Good luck space cadet! And god speed!
    Sean this should be copyrighted my man.
    03-18-2014 02:05 PM
  12. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    [WARN]Illegal Activities - Do not post, sell, link, discuss, or request warez, serials, ROMs, UDID's or illegal copies of intellectual property of others. Discussions regarding hardware or software modifications designed to steal service, such as ESN cloning & phone programming modifications are also forbidden in the forums. Discussion regarding stolen devices is not permitted.*

    * Stolen devices should be reported to your local police and mobile service provider.[/WARN]
    04-02-2014 01:34 PM

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