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How to Turn Off Find My iPhone Without Password

“Find My iPhone” is an airtight security feature of iOS devices. Unlike other security features like the biometric scanner that help protect your device from theft, Find My iPhone is focused on protecting your device and data after stealing the iPhone. Therefore, it is always advisable that you enable this feature on your device. However, disabling Find My iPhone gets necessary sometimes.

Disabling Find My iPhone is very simple, but throw not having the device password into the mix, and it’s a whole new ball game. If you cannot unlock your iPad, for example, how do you access the Settings app to disable Find My iPhone without password? No worries. After reading this guide, you will know how to turn off Find My iPhone without password.

What is “Find My iPhone?”

Find My iPhone is an iOS security feature that lets you track your device (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Mac, etc.) remotely. Tracking your iOS device is obviously essential if it gets lost or stolen, and it works from anywhere in the world. The feature goes beyond tracking devices; it also allows users to wipe the device in order to protect their data from the thief. In the following sections, we will begin to explore the various working methods to remove Find My iPhone without iCloud password.

Should I Disable “Find My iPhone?”

Disabling this feature can present new challenges, especially if you do not know the password. Technicians say it’s impossible, but do not let anyone scare you; there are tweaks, as usual, where people go to casually. Here, you will let you in on four safe ways to disable Find My iPhone without password.                                                                                                                                

Method 1. Turn Off “Find My iPhone” without Password – Using DoctorUnlock (All iOS Versions and iPadOS)

The first method to remove Find My iPhone without password we will treat here is using DoctorUnlock. It is not a downloadable tool, but an online service that performs the magic in only three steps (details below). This service is recommended at number one here because it works on all iOS and iPadOS versions, unlike the other methods. To use DoctorUnlock, visit their website and follow the steps in the guide below.

Pros:

  • Easy to use.
  • No download of any third-party application.
  • Completely legal method.
  • Compatible with all iOS and iPadOS versions.

Cons:

  • It is an online service, so there are data privacy concerns.

Steps to use DoctorUnlock to disable Find My iPhone:

Step 1. The first step is to get the IMEI number of the device. If your iPhone is activated, you can find the IMEI number \by dialing *#06# or navigating to Settings > General > About and turning it off manually.
If the iPhone is not activated, reveal your IMEI number by tapping the little “i” icon you find on the screen.

get imei of your iphone

Step 2. When you have the IMEI, the next step is to supply the IMEI number and choose the model of your iPhone. Next, hit Unlock now.

Step 3. Finally, you have to pay for the service. When the funds are received, they will email you a confirmation. The next email you will get from them will be to notify you that Find My iPhone has been turned off. Expect it after a couple of days.

Method 2. Turn Off “Find My iPhone” without Password – Using Tenorshare 4uKey

The second software that will be recommended in this guide is 4uKey. This is a robust iOS utility from Tenorshare that can turn off Find My iPhone without password in a few clicks. It also works on iOS 13/12.4/iPadOS operating systems. Tenorshare 4uKey has features that work with the latest iPhone 11 series (iPhone 11/11 Pro/XS/XS Max/XR) as well as all iOS and iPadOS versions, but the feature of turning off Find My iPhone may not work correctly on all these versions. Tenorshare 4uKey is worth a shot, however, and if it works for you, it can be the best solution. You can read our Tenorshare 4uKey review here

Pros:

  • Works on iPhone 11 series.
  • Can back up your device via iTunes.
  • It can be used to unlock iDevices for which you do not know the passcode.

Cons:

  • Does not turn off Find My iPhone without password on devices running iOS 12 and higher.
  • It wipes data of devices running iOS 10.2 to iOS 11.4. So, before using this tool, back up your device.

Steps to use Tenorshare 4uKey to disable Find My iPhone:

Step 1. Download Tenorshare 4uKey on your machine (PC or Mac) and install it there. Launch the program, and you will be greeted with the screen below.

4ukey unlock-lock screen passcode

Step 2. Connect the iPhone to your computer using a USB cable. You will have to unlock your iPhone screen first. After doing that, tap Trust on your iPhone.

connect your iPhone with 4ukey

Step 3. To start turning off Find My iPhone without password, hit Start, and that’s all. 4uKey will handle the rest. Kindly ensure that the iPhone is connected to the computer throughout the operation.

unlock find my iphone without password 4ukey

Method 3. Turn Off “Find My iPhone” By Erase iCloud Account Information

This method of turning off Find My iPhone is really an exploit of the iOS12. Find My iPhone comes with a vulnerability that allows you to disable Find My iPhone without password. Here is how to turn off Find My iPhone without password:

Step 1. Launch Settings on our iPhone.

Step 2. Navigate to the iCloud area.

Step 3. You may be then asked to input your password. Enter a random number and tap Done.

Step 4. Next, a notification will pop up, waring you of the incorrect password you entered in Step 3. Tap on OK and then tap Cancel. If you do this right, you will be routed back to the iCloud area.

Step 5. Finally, tap Account and remove the description. You will then be returned to the iCloud main section, and you will notice that you have now disabled Find My iPhone without password.

Another way of turning off Find My iPhone using this method is to reset the Apple ID first, and later turn off Find My iPhone without password. The Apple ID reset can be done via email, security questions, and password or using 2FA (two-factor authentication) and two-step verification. Here, we will look at the two-factor authentication method, as it’s the fastest and more straightforward method.

Step 1. Open Settings on your iPhone.

Step 2. Navigate to (YourName) and hit the Password & Security menu.

Step 3. To change the password, tap Change Password and follow the onscreen guide to change the password.

After successfully resetting your iOS device password, you can disable Find My iPhone without password easily.

Method 4. Turning Off “Find My iPhone” By using DNS

The above three methods are by far the easiest to implement. Well, that’s if you do not want to mess with too many technical stuff. If you don’t mind getting your hands dirty, try this method. Tech-savvy iOS users will probably find this fourth trick more straightforward. Here, we will turn off Find My iPhone without password by making use of a foreign DNS. However, this technique only works on devices running iOS 8 and iOS 9.

How it works:

Step 1. Launch Settings on your device and tap the “Wi-Fi” menu.

Step 2. In the Wi-Fi menu, tap the “i” icon beside the Wi-Fi network to open the DNS server information.

Step 3. Next, change the DNS IP address to “105.155.28.90” and click the arrow to take you back.

Step 4. Finally, tap “Done” to save changes.

Conclusion

This is a guide to teach you how to turn off Find My iPhone without password. Using the third-party tools, DoctorUnlock and Tenorshare, is the easiest method, and it works on most iOS devices. If none of the four methods work to successfully remove Find My iPhone without password, then contact Apple Support and explain the issue to them.

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