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HELP PLEASE ALL IPHONE GURUS AND ANYONE
ELSE! HOW GO GET PASS A PASSCODE WITHOUT RESTORING! (don't want to lose pictures)

Ok so my phone was stolen and when I got it back
It had a passcode on it. It didn't have one before.
It was also on airplane mode and on do not disturb mode ,
I have an iPhone 4s from verizon and it had iOS 6. I haven't
Been able to get past the passcode and it keeps getting disabled
More and more each time I try. Last time it was an hour. if this isn't solved soon im
Going to have to restore it, and lose all my pictures. ALL COMMENTS
APPRECIATED THANKS! ALSO IF ANYONE KNOWS WHERE TO BUY
CODES FOR VERIZON IPHONES !

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How do you know the person who stole your iPhone and placed a passcode on it, hasn't already wiped all your photos along with the rest of your data?
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There are 10,000 passlock possibilities.
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How is it even possible that you have NO backup of these pictures? Photo Stream, iPhoto, Time Machine ...
Well maybe they took a lot of pictures and the phone was stolen before they could back them up or put them in say iPhoto. Just a guess!
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Hi Haleysmith15,

If you had your Apple ID entered into the phone, your photos should be in the cloud. I am not aware of any way to get into the phone without the passcode. Maybe you can call apple support? If not you can restore your phone and enter your Apple ID, then check photo stream for your photos.
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Hi Haleysmith15,

If you had your Apple ID entered into the phone, your photos should be in the cloud. I am not aware of any way to get into the phone without the passcode. Maybe you can call apple support? If not you can restore your phone and enter your Apple ID, then check photo stream for your photos.
Good Luck!
That is only true if you've enabled Photo Stream on the iPhone to begin with. From the OP's post, it looks like that might not be the case..

I have an iPhone with a 4 digit passcode on it due to the fact that it links up to my work e-mail. I just used http://i-funbox.com/ to connect to the locked device and grabbed a few of the images off it. So try that..

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