Can I use a lost iPhone I found?
Keep in mind that if you find a lost iPhone, Activation Lock will prevent you from using it if it’s protected by Find My iPhone. It’s essentially a paperweight for as long as you have it in your possession. So don’t expect to use an iPhone you’ve found.
How do I activate an iPhone I found?
Go to iCloud.com on any device. If you access iCloud.com on your iOS device and have Find My iPhone installed, you will see an option to Open Find My iPhone. Tap that to proceed. Sign in with the Apple ID they used to activate the phone.
Can you sell an iPhone you found?
Lost your phone, reported it, then found it again? That’s fine, you can still sell it on. Just call up the same number you used to report it – as well as your network’s customer service – and tell them you’ve found it again and all is well.
Can you sell a phone you found?
No, even if you found a phone and tried to locate its rightful owner, you should not try selling it on uSell.com. Most times, the owner of the phone has already reported it as lost or stolen, so buyers cannot resell it.
What do thieves do with stolen iphones?
Basically, thieves take the SIM card out of the stolen iPhone and then put it into another iPhone. Using social networks like Facebook and Instagram, they can easily find out the email address used by the person who had the phone stolen. In most cases, this email address is the same as the one used for the Apple ID.
How do I unlock my iPhone 5 without losing my data?
Real Methods to Unlock iPhone Passcode without Losing Data
- 1 Using iTunes (If You Have iTunes Backup)
- 2 Using iCloud (If You Have iCloud Backup)
- 3 Contact Apple Support (If You Don’t Have Backup)
- 1 Using Siri to Bypass Locked Screen.
- 2 Try to Backup without Unlocking Screen.
- 3 Using Make Noerase IPSW (An Unauthentic Way)
How do you get into an iPhone 5 without the password?
If you’ve forgotten your iPhone passcode
- Step 1: Make sure you have a computer (Mac or PC) This process requires a Mac or PC.
- Step 2: Turn off your iPhone. Unplug your iPhone from the computer if it’s connected.
- Step 3: Put your iPhone in recovery mode.
- Step 4: Restore your iPhone.