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Unlock code to reset to factory settings

Anonymous
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Does anyone know the reset key to unlock iPhone 5c to factory settings?

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MI5
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It's the passcode that the owner has previously set to unlock the screen etc.
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MI5
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If you have forgotten it you can erase everything this way but all data will be lost forever
https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT204306
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adamtemp64
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assuming activation lock has been removed https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201441

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Anonymous
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If your data was backed up previously then you can load up the back up via iTunes on pc once the current settings are all erased as mentioned by @MI5
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