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Hi i have a apple iphone and i put a passcode on it so my kids dont get into it and now i cant remember teh code i tried to many times and now my phone is disabled and it said connect to itunes and i did that and i still cant get it to work and i cant use it at all and its for emergency calls only can you please help me

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Perform a restore via iTunes. That will reset everything. Then resync to get everything back to your iPhone.

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