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    How to Bypass Passcode locking with NoMoreDisabled in Apple

    Bypass Passcode locking with NoMoreDisabled in Apple

    Without the second thought, Apple is one of the safest devices for your data and privacy. Apple has got the whole bunch of features to make the device secure from all angles.

    Apple released the passcode feature back in 2013 along with iOS 7.

    WHAT IS PASSCODE SECURITY LOCKOUT?

    Apple passcode is one of the features which came into action in 2013 along with iOS 7. It’s a built-in passcode in iOS which restrict intruder to type the password any number of times.

    Six continuous attempts will lock out the screen for 60 seconds. The lockout period increases with every unsuccessful attempt. After 10 incorrect attempts, iOS locks you out or fully erase your data if the “Erase Data” option is enabled.

    Bypass Passcode locking with NoMoreDisabled in Apple
    Bypass Passcode locking with NoMoreDisabled in Apple

    NoMoreDisabled Feature

    Developed by Luca, it intercepts the permanent passcode locking feature of Apple. It allows you to enter as many passcodes you want.

    Its main feature is that it will not disturb system file hence keeping your file safe. t hooks a method into the passcode lock and you can easily revert this modification by restarting your device.

    How to disable passcode lockout feature after too many failed attempts

    • Open Cydia
    • In Search tab and input “NoMoreDisabled”.
    • Install NoMoreDisabled from BigBoss repo. As far as compatibility is concerned it is compatible with all the version of iOS
    Bypass Passcode locking with NoMoreDisabled in Apple
    Bypass Passcode locking with NoMoreDisabled in Apple (Image credit: Yalujailbreak.net)
    • Restart the springboard

    Now after restarting the springboard, you will be able to input as many as the password you want without getting in the zone of passcode lock.

    Source: Yalujailbreak.net

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