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You can just put your device into DFU mode, which bypasses the Find My iPhone requirement. To put the device in DFU mode: Connect the device to a computer running the most recent version of iTunes (can be downloaded at https://www.apple.com/itunes/download/) Hold down the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button for 10 seconds Once 10 seconds has elapsed ...


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I dont think an erased iPhone can be compromised.


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If you go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services, you can toggle Location Services being on and off. If you turn LS off, everything that uses your GPS location won't be able to fully function. It ranges from small things, like Snapchat's filter options not being available to you, to large things, like Maps not being able to use GPS location. Which is why ...


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No, Find My iPhone will not continue to work if Location Services is disabled. However, if you enable lost mode, it will automatically enable Location Services. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201357 In iOS 7, if you turn off Location Services and use Find My iPhone Lost Mode, Location Services will be re-enabled on the device as long as the ...


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If you bought the phone from some other person, and not from an official store, the seller might have stolen the iPhone and sold it to you and now the owner is looking for it (I doubt it since you had it for 2 years) If you bought your phone from the official store, your iCloud ID might have been hacked. The solution to activating it would be to go to an ...


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If you have Find My iPhone turned in, then you are signed into iCloud. Go to Settings > iCloud. At the top it will have a name and iCloud ID. Write down the icloud ID (it may be one of your non-apple email addresses) then click on that and it will ask for the for the password. If you cannot remember it, click the Forgot Apple ID or Password link in blue. ...



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