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You can still restore an iOS device even if it has a broken screen. Connect it to iTunes over USB and click Restore iPhone. Because you have disabled Find my iPhone, iTunes will let you restore the device.
I suggest you use the +/- buttons on the upper left. At the time of posting, there is no mouse-input way to zoom the map in or out. I tested it on Safari on a Mac with Yosemite (10.10).
I was able to log in to https://appleid.apple.com/ and set my country/locale/language to "USA". Took me a little while to figure this out. :)
If your device is disabled because you don't know your passcode or you entered a wrong password too many times then follow this guide here If you have a iCloud activation lock then you need to visit iforgot.apple.com to reset your iCloud password using the recovery options there. If you have Both problems then first restore the device using iTunes, then ...
Find my phone appication works with your country and location. Your password may not have been changed, it could sometimes be an operating system error. I have experienced such too. What is your country and present location? You might have government policies which place restriction to certain applications. This could also determing the possibility of ...
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