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    Question Please help recover photos on locked iphone

    I upgraded my Idevice & set my old one in the safe until I got around to saving the pictures & selling the phone & yesterday I tried to get my photos off & realized I left a password on it & have tried to remember it & cant remember it. Unfortunatley its not been backed up for a very long time & we have taken a couple of vacations since then in which I took allot of family pics & videos. I was able to jailbreak it last night but its a tethered update so I was unable to SSH into the phone & if I put it in DFU to restore it will wipe all my photos etc... any help greatly appreciated.



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    This used to be a valid forum for these kinds of questions & Im very surprised that ive had 96 views to this question & not one response.

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    Search around, you'll find multiple posts on the forum with people explaining that it is not possible to bypass the passcode lock through standard methods any more like it used to be, and in most cases the phones are not in a state where any of the workarounds are available to retrieve the data. The only easy thing you could do would be to SSH the pictures off if you already had SSH access to the phone, but you already knew this and do not have SSH access to the phone right now.

    Putting the phone into DFU just puts the phone into DFU, the restore is what wipes the OS. By itself, it makes no change to the OS. You can then use FixRecovery/TinyUmbrella/redsn0w to kick the phone out of DFU and back into regular mode if you don't complete the restore. The problem is that DFU mode doesn't provide a solution to this problem that I'm aware of yet either.

    In any case, even if it was an untethered jailbreak, you wouldn't be able to unlock the phone to install SSH and start the SSH daemon, and by default it's not installed and not running, so I don't believe that would impact your problem at all.

    I hate to say it, and you probably already know it, but the only real answer I know of for you is to remember the passcode...
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    I was really tired after a day of dealing with a person hijacking my internet at home. For some reason, after reseting all of my passwords on my laptop I decided to change the password on my new iPhone too (why, I don't know b/c it was in no way compromised), then I went to bed. Next morning I tried to log in and used the old password. It did not work (of course) so I thought I entered it wrong and re-entered the old password. Still nothing. Then after the 4th time I remembered I had changed it the previous night. Bad news is, I forgot what I changed it to. I kept trying and trying until it finally locked me out and I get the message "iphone is disabled connect to iTunes". Went to Apple genius bar and was told I can easily reset my password. Great news, right? Wrong. I will lose everything on my iPhone. I would totally not even care because the phone was only a couple weeks old and all the info (phonebook database from my old phone) is on a sim card, but I had just gone on a trip and took a ton of photos that I cannot bear to lose. I know there are some really smart people out there who may have an idea on how to get to my pix for retrieval before I totally shut it down and reset the phone..........


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    But after users upgrade iPhone to iOS 7,they may lost their photos from iphone,after jailbreaking upgrade iPhone iOS 7 system,no way to recover lost photos from iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch? Is there any way to recover iPhone photos from iTunes backup files? That's simply not true. To recover lost pictures from iPhone, all you need is an iPhone Photo recovery tool. Keep reading the detailed solution below.

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    Ok here we go there are two fairly simple solutions one you can find anyone with an iPod iPhone or iPad with the same firmware as you had and simple restore their device from your backup then bingo you can the save just your photos and replace them. The other solution is weirdly tabo jailbreak!!!! It's not Bad for your device and doesn't take a genius to do it. Once you jailbreak however you can restore to ios 4.1 and restore from backup if that's where you iOS 4 was at in it was later version sorry no dice. But you can still recover with ifile hope this help

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    [QUOTE=jollyllp;1152502]I was really tired after a day of dealing with a person hijacking my internet at home. For some reason, after reseting all of my passwords on my laptop I decided to change the password on my new iPhone too (why, I don't know b/c it was in no way compromised), then I went to bed. Next morning I tried to log in and used the old password. It did not work (of course) so I thought I entered it wrong and re-entered the old password. Still nothing. Then after the 4th time I remembered I had changed it the previous night. Bad news is, I forgot what I changed it to. I kept trying and trying until it finally locked me out and I get the message "iphone is disabled connect to iTunes". Went to Apple genius bar and was told I can easily reset my password. Great news, right? Wrong. I will lose everything on my iPhone. I would totally not even care because the phone was only a couple weeks old and all the info (phonebook database from my old phone) is on a sim card, but I had just gone on a trip and took a ton of photos that I cannot bear to lose. I know there are some really smart people out there who may have an idea on how to get to my pix for retrieval before I totally shut it down and reset the phone..........


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    There are two ways to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5:
    1. Directly scan and recover photo from iPhone
    a) Connect your iPhone to the computer
    b) Enter DFU mode and scan iPhone
    c) Preview and recover iPhone photo


    2. Scan and extract iTunes backup to recover iPhone photo
    a) Scan your iTunes backup for iPhone 5/4S
    b) Preview and recover iPhone photo
    c) Do backup well
    Resource from: iOS Data Recovery for iPad, New iPad, iPad Mini, iPhone 5/4/4S

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    If your iPhone is locked, you still can try to recover your iPhone photo.
    Actually, you have a chance to back up your locked iPhone data, exactly speaking, to recover data from it.
    You need the iPhone recovery to allow you in accessing your iPhone, preview and recover photos, contacts, messages, videos, notes, call history and more contents on it without iTunes.

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    A professional iPhone data recovery application which enables you to recover iPhone notes, images, videos, songs, text messages, contacts and so on, as long as you have ever synced your personal data to iTunes on a computer.


 

 
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