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That's actually the hardest part of the entire process.When you restart the phone, you'll be able to go into the i Cloud settings panel and remove the account without being prompted for your password.In short, whoever has your phone has just bypassed every possible method you had at your disposal to locate it again. Putting a passcode on your phone (especially with a short timer) prevents anyone from getting into the i Cloud settings at all.posted by Starting with i OS 7, deleting an i Cloud account or restoring a device requires Find My i Phone to be disabled.Starting with i OS 7, deleting an i Cloud account or restoring a device requires Find My i Phone to be disabled.Find My i Phone, in turn, requires the user to enter the password for the Apple ID attached to the i Cloud account.I had a rather nasty issue when trying to update my i Phone 7 plus, I am not sure if this was down to not having enough free space on the phone or if something went badly wrong, I had about 6 gb free.



however once I did that I then got a message saying press home button to attempt data recovery, I pressed the home button and then a screen came up saying recovering data and it just sat there no progress bar or anything, in the end I forced my phone into recovery mode and restored the phone at that point everything seemed to go OK but it wasn't a fun experience sorting it out.This system ensures that phone thieves can't remove the account and avoid being tracked through the Find My i Phone website.Unfortunately, there's a pretty easy way to bypass this requirement, as demonstrated in the video above.Not only that, but because Activation Lock requires Find My i Phone to be enabled, that feature won't kick in after the phone is restored.