Users can easily remove iCloud Find My iPhone Activation Lock in iOS 7 devices using this simple guide.
Find My iPhone Activation Lock remove a device from a previous owner’s account is a popular service nowadays, because a lot of users purchase used iPhones and can’t get information about their seller’s ID and passcode to bypass the new iOS 7 security feature. You can also find out the Find My iPhone status if it on or off.
It is not difficult to remove iCloud Find My iPhone Activation lock in iOS 7 gadget if you follow the guide below. Finally, after so many people couldn’t find a way how to get iCloud Activation Lock removing at no additional cost, this method is free to use which is big news to all the fans of Apple smartphones who were stuck on the Activation Lock screen after updating to iOS 7.
iCloud Activation Lock Removing Guide [Free]
In the latest firmware introduced back in the fall of 2013, Apple make it possible to automatically link user’s iCloud ID and passcode to the iPhone once Find My iPhone application is enabled on it. This option is set up automatically and you cannot turn it on without this ID and passcode nor can you delete all data from smartphone, use iPhone or reactivate it. With the Find My iPhone being turned on and not knowing the previous owner’s credentials, users couldn’t use their handset unless they entered the required information.
This was a huge problem as Apple made it impossible to reset this ID and passcode. Luckily, the new free method allows you to get rid of Find My iPhone Activation Lock in iOS 7 by editing files.
Thanks to hackers from DoulCi, it is possible to edit your hosts file and recover the used iPhone without the original owner’s ID and password.
How to Remove iCloud Find My iPhone Activation Lock in iOS 7
Step 1. In order to trick iTunes so that it allows you bypassing the activation without connecting to Apple’s activation server, you should edit your hosts file.
Step 2. Simply add 188.8.131.52 albert.apple.com to your hosts file on your computer.
Step 3. If the previous IP address doesn’t solve the problem, try one of these addresses instead:
184.108.40.206 albert.apple.com or 220.127.116.11 albert.apple.com and you should succeed.
Step 4. Now you can launch iTunes.
Step 5. Connect your iPhone to your PC or Mac.
Step 6. You will be prompted to select “Accept” option. Do so.
Step 7. Don’t worry when you see the iTunes error. Say “OK” to complete the procedure.
Step 8. You should disconnect your iPhone and reconnect it again.
Step 9. Now iTunes should recognize your smartphone and allow you getting full access to your iOS 7 device.
Step 10. This is how to bypass your Activation Lock problem for free. Everything takes a couple of minutes.
Sometimes the servers could be busy. Sometimes the bypassing doesn’t give you a network signal on iPhone, but it works fine on the iPad and iPod touch. Sadly, iCloud Activation Lock removing doesn’t support A5 iPhones. It supports all A4 iOS 7 handsets.