April 22, 2018

FAQ

FAQ

iCloud unlock service Apple id lock activation lock removal 40
What models are supported?
All iPhone/iPad/iWatch models with iOS 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. All Clean, Lost and Blacklisted iCloud status models supported.

How does this 65% server-based method work?
There are about 65% of iPhone and iPad in use that came with specific mother-boards that can be unlocked. This can only be checked by placing an order.

How can I check if my device belongs to this 65%?
This cannot be checked from the device. This information is located in the iCloud Unlocking Server. You need to place an order check the motherboard + iCloud Unlock attempt.

Why does it cost money?
This is due to iCloud Unlocking Server fee to process the IMEI/SN code to get the Unlocking results.

What happens when I get my iPhone or iPad unlocked?
You will be able to restore and update via iTunes without worrying about your iPhone being relocked. All unlocks are permanent.

Refund Policy – What happens if this does not work?
Unlocking Server has around 55-65% success rate. There will be no refund in case of failure. Please do not use this service if you do not accept the Terms.

How to pay for the service?
We accept PayPal and Bitcoins methods for iCloud Unlock.

How to order?
Place the order on our website and leave your iPhone/iPad IMEI code in the checkout form.
The process takes about 1-2 days to complete and to get the results.

OTHER IPHONE IPAD iCLOUD UNLOCK METHODS

1. Is there a free iCloud bypass?

There is only one Free iCloud Unlock Method available. That is for devices that are still running firmware iOS 7 – https://icloudonoff.com/ios-7-free-icloud-unlock/

2. 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.

3. 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 of the newer A5 and up processors.

4. How do you iCloud Unlock? And why is it so expensive?

We use legit unlocking methods through the server. When you compare the price of a new iPhone, the $75 Unlock service is a good investment.

And don’t cheat these guys! That is completely fucked up. If you paid very little for the iPhone, just say you got an iPhone for $85 and call it a day. No one else can say that shit.

5. 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.

Can I upgrade / restore using iTunes once my iPhone is unlocked?


Unlock is a permanent unlock, and you will be able to restore and update via iTunes without worrying about your iPhone being relocked.

How can I find IMEI?

In settings

Go to Settings > General > About and look for your device’s IMEI

Dial *#06# to get IMEI

Before trying anything else, you can try simply dialing *#06# on your iPhone (or any mobile phone), this should retrieve the IMEI number. Give it a moment and the IMEI will appear on the screen ďż˝ this little number dial trick actually works to retrieve the IMEI on other cell phones too, not just the iPhone.

On back side of iPhone

The iPhone 5/5c/5s/6/6+ and the original iPhone have the IMEI number engraved on the back of the phone, near the bottom.