It can be frustrating when you forget your iPhone passcode, but it can be even more frustrating if your iPhone is stolen and you can’t unlock it. Fortunately, there are ways to unlock a stolen iPhone passcode without a computer. In this article, we’ll show you how.
Use iCloud to Erase Your iPhone
If your iPhone is stolen, the first thing you should do is try to erase it remotely using iCloud. Here’s how:
Open a web browser and go to iCloud.com
Log in to your iCloud account using your Apple ID and password
Click on “Find My iPhone”
Select your iPhone from the list of devices
Click on “Erase iPhone”
By doing this, you’ll erase all data and settings on your iPhone, including the passcode. This will allow you to set up your iPhone as new and create a new passcode.
Contact Your Carrier
If you can’t erase your iPhone using iCloud, you can contact your carrier for help. They may be able to help you unlock your iPhone passcode remotely. Contact your carrier’s customer support and explain the situation to them. They may ask for some information to verify your identity before unlocking your iPhone.
Use Siri to Unlock Your iPhone
If you have Siri enabled on your iPhone, you can use it to unlock your iPhone without a passcode. Here’s how:
Activate Siri by pressing and holding the Home button
Ask Siri what time it is
When Siri displays the time, click on it
Siri will take you to the Clock app. Click on the “+” symbol to create a new clock
Type any text in the “Choose a City” field and click on “Select All”
Click on “Share” and then click on “Message”
Type any random text in the “To” field and click on “Return” on the keyboard
Click on the “+” symbol and then click on “Create New Contact”
Click on “Add Photo” and then click on “Choose Photo”
You can now access the Photos app. From there, you can access your iPhone without a passcode.
It’s worth noting that this method may not work on newer versions of iOS.
People Also Ask
Q: Can I unlock a stolen iPhone with a passcode?
A: Yes, you can unlock a stolen iPhone passcode using iCloud, your carrier, or Siri.
Q: Will erasing my iPhone remove the passcode?
A: Yes, erasing your iPhone will remove the passcode and allow you to set up your iPhone as new.
Q: Is it illegal to unlock a stolen iPhone?
A: Yes, it is illegal to unlock a stolen iPhone. If you find a lost or stolen iPhone, you should report it to the authorities.