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Iphone on emergency mode

I'm trying to unlock my iphone generation 1, i've gone into itunes and restored my factory settings but its still showing up as my sim card invalid, can anyone help me with this please?

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  • nida81 Jul 22, 2008

    Thank you for your solution, so does this mean the iphone I have at the moment is useless unless there is a solution to fix the problem with ver 2.0 software being downloaded on the 1st generation phones?

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What sim card do you have in your iPhone. If you updated your iPhone to the new 2.0 software then unlocking the iPhone will be impossible.
Thank you, Apple Care Technical Support Nick M.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

  • Nasser Mouhadam
    Nasser Mouhadam Jul 25, 2008

    WELL NOT REALLY ITS NOT USLESS BUT ITS NOT THA GREAT VITH THE 2.O SOFTWARE




    THANK YOU,
    APPLE CARE SERVICE AND SUPPORT
    NICK M

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I put in wrong code and now it says disabled connect to iTunes but I set the phone up with wifi so how do I get in my iPhone?


Your iPhone is currently on disabled mode after entering wrong combination of password. There are several ways to gain back the access to your iPhone:

First Method: iTunes
1. Using your computer, open iTunes where you have recently backed up your iPhone.
2. Connect your iPhone. Once your iPhone is detected, a notification will appear to enter your passcode. Note: If the lockscreen doesn't show, proceed to next method.

Second Method: Update

1. While your iPhone connected to iTunes, powered on. Hold down the Power key + Home button simultaneously until the screen off, keep on pressing the Home button then release the Power key until iTunes detected that your iPhone is on Recovery Mode. Note: An iTunes logo will appear on the iPhone when Recovery mode is enabled.
2. On iTunes, click on Update iPhone. It may take a while to download the software, so leave it for a while connected until the installation complete.
3. Once updated, try unlocking your iPhone. Note: If you still can't unlock your iPhone proceed to next method.

Third Method: Restore (last option)
1. If method 1 and 2 fails to unlock your iPhone. Then try to restore your iPhone into its factory default and restore your backup after.
2. Go to recovery mode. See method 2 step 1 process to enable recovery mode.
3. Then choose Restore iPhone. Note: Restoring your iPhone will delete and remove all of your data including apps, music, photos, messages, contacts, notes, etc.
4. It may take a while to download and install the software, so leave your device connected until the process complete.
5. After your iPhone has been restored, choose restore from a backup or iCloud, then wait until your iPhone successfully synced your old data.
6. Try unlocking your iPhone.

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Restore your device

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In the Summary panel, click Restore.

Click Restore again to confirm that you want to restore your device to factory settings and delete all data and content.
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iTunes enables you to restore iPhone to factory settings. Before you start restoring iPhone to factory settings, please note that you need to install the latest version of iTunes on your PC or MAC. Then go to Settings > iCloud to turn off Find My iPhone. Now, you can factory reset your iPhone with iTunes as follows.

1. Plug iPhone into the computer with the USB cable. The iTunes on your computer will automatically launch. If not, double-click the icon to start it.
2. Click the name of your iPhone at the upper right corner of iTunes, and then the information of your iPhone will be shown. Click the "Restore iPhone" button in the window to start.
3. iTunes will ask whether you want to back up iPhone before restoring. You'd better choose "Yes" for the reset will erase the contents in your iPhone. Then iTunes will start restoring your iPhone to factory settings.
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4. Click Restore again to confirm. Then iTunes erases your iPhone and installs the latest iOS software. After you restore your iPhone to factory settings, it will restart. Now you can set it up as new.
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Your phone is locked kindly go to the mechanic and opened the lock , if your cell phone is unlocked then only you can use other wise your phone is gone bad

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Plug it into iTunes with it at the unlock screen. Somewhere it should say "Unlock your iPhone" or something like that in iTunes. Click it. Otherwise do a restore by going to the screen where it shows how much memory you have used up in iTunes and click restore.


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try holding down just the sleep/wake button" till slide to power off appears",
then leave phone powered OFF.."

then hold down the home screen button and plug into iTunes and wait for iTunes to say:

iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode......
then let off the button set phone down and hit ok in iTunes then restore to factory..

this is called "Forced Recovery Mode'' give it a shot, it should work

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you will need to do a forced restore on iphone to resovle the iphone passcode lost problem. but when you do a forced restore on iphone, you will wipe all content from the iphone. To do a forced restore hold the HOME button, then connect to the USB cable and continue holding for a LONG time (a minute or more). Once iTunes responds release the button and your iphone will be restored.
or you can try to plug it into iTunes with it at the unlock screen. Somewhere it should say “Unlock your iPhone” or something like that in iTunes. Click it. Otherwise do a restore by going to the screen where it shows how much memory you have used up in iTunes and click “Restore”. Restore it as a new device (not from back up) in iTunes. After that, you can just sync your media and apps back onto it.

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If you connect your iphone to itunes it will walk you through reactivating your phone.

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go to itunes. when plugging in to computer hold down the home key it should restore factory settings. i called apple.

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