How To: Remove any Passcode on iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6,6 Plus,5s,5c,5,4s,4 on IOS 9

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This tutorial will teach you on how to remove any passcode lock out of your IOS device!!! I am not responsible for any damage you cause to ypur IOS device!! Thank You

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  1. IF YOU HAVE PIN/PASSWORD – to remove password lockout setting
    I have an iPhone 6plus and after update it locked me out and I had to add 6 digit pin (or that's what I thought anyhow – nothing else would allow me back in). This is how I got rid of it since I had the password, (I googled these instructions)….
    Open “Settings” App on your iPhone or iPad, or iPod Touch devices. 4. Then scroll down and tap on “Turn Passcode Off”. Enter your current passcode to continue.
    ( I actually had to scroll down to Touch ID & Passcode then click on that and get to iPhone Unlock from there).

  2. Don't put this type of stuff on youtube or online period you are teaching thieves how to get into other peoples phones. BAD Karma on you, you are in fact part of the theft to the owner of the phone.

  3. I turned off my passcode on iPhone 6s plus by going to: Settings, Touch ID & Passcode. You may have to scroll down the screen a bit to see "Turn Off Passcode" I did have to enter the current passcode first. Hope that works for you!

  4. i have tried to wipe my phones password but why its saying my itunes is current version but it wont restore ma phone. where im making mistake?

  5. HI, The issue that I am having with a iPhone 6 plus that belongs to my 74 year old mother who does not know the password or any of the information pertaining to her phone. I am trying to remove the password so I can start fresh with all the information that I enter. These tricks do not work for this type of situation. Any advice? Thanks!