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I got two iPhones 5s, for good price, but they has apple id of previous owner, they not stolen, just has this apple id. So I can't use it, or
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    I got two iPhones 5s, for good price, but they has apple id of previous owner, they not stolen, just has this apple id.
    So I can't use it, or sale, so I want to remove it.
    I find some service, but it is expensive, so who have already done this?
    https://www.smartunlocks.net/unlock.php?id=b167

    also looking for unlock stolen iphones with same "find my iphone on" problem.

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    I wouldn't trust the company you linked to. I haven't heard very good things about them. You need to contact the previous owner of the phone/s and have them sign out out FindMyPhone and iCould is the best and easiest way.

    Sorry, but you won't get any help here with stolen iPhones.

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    when I try to contact previous owner, he say, this iPhone more not his, it is the property of the insurance company

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetrikChes View Post
    when I try to contact previous owner, he say, this iPhone more not his, it is the property of the insurance company
    Case in point.

    It's not your phone. Do the right thing, return the iPhone to the insurance company.

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