Question about Apple iPhone Cell Phones
You can plug your iPhone into iTunes, put it in DFU (restore) mode and then restore the phone back to factory settings. This is the only way to get beyond the "This iPhone is Disabled" lockscreen.
I have linked instructions via Apple. Good luck!
If you can update or restore your iPhone iPad or iPod touch
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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