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Passcode Unlocking Guides

The passcode is the 4 or 6 character code used to unlock an Apple device.

Find guides and tutorials explaining how to remove the passcode from Apple devices if you don’t know it. Passcode removal instructions for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and more…

For more help with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, iPod Touch locks, see Apple troubleshooting & how-to guides.

How To Change Screen Time Passcode

How To Change Screen Time Passcode On iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Mac

Screen Time is a feature of Apple products that allows owners to monitor device usage. It also offers control of a child’s device to restrict usage,  prevent access to inappropriate content, and prevent unauthorized purchases. All of these restrictions are limited and controlled using the Screen Time passcode. If you forget your Screen Time passcode …

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iPhone Pattern Unlock

iPhone Pattern Unlock Guide

Pattern unlocking is popular on Android mobile phones, and many iPhone users would love to see it introduced by Apple. This unlocking method is simple to use and easy to remember. In this guide you will find out: How to add pattern unlock to iPhone. If you should use pattern unlock on Apple devices. If …

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unlock iPhone without passcode

How To Unlock iPhone Without The Passcode: Detailed Guide

As an Apple Certified Independent Technician with over 10 years of hands-on experience with mobile technology, I have been asked countless times how to unlock an iPhone without knowing the passcode. Don’t panic if you have forgotten your iPhone passcode, or a naughty child accidentally locked your device, you will be able to unlock it …

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iPhone is disabled connect to iTunes

How To Fix “iPhone is Disabled Connect to iTunes” On Screen Message

You can’t remove the “iPhone is disabled. Connect to iTunes” message without erasing the device. The act of erasing the device wipes the passcode and factory resets the iPhone. This means all of your data is deleted. You can restore your data from a backup or recover it from the iPhone using a special tool. …

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