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iphone မွာ ေမ့သြားတဲ့ Password ကိုု ျပန္ဆယ္လိုု႔ရတဲ့နည္းေလးပါ

အကယ္၍ သင္ရဲ႕ iphone Password  ကိုေမ့သြားခဲ့ရင္ စိတ္ပူမေနပါႏွင့္ ျပန္ဆယ္လိုု႔ရပါတယ္၊   ဒါေပမဲ့ သင့္ရဲ႕ကြန္ပ်ဴတာလိုုအပ္ပါတယ္၊ ေနာက္ၿပီး itunes ကိုု အသံုုးျပဳရင္း သင္သိမ္းထားတတ္တဲ့ သင္ရဲ႕ကြန္ပ်ဴတာ သိုု႔  icloud  မွာ သင့္ရဲ႕အေရးႀကီးတဲ့ လိပ္စာတိုု႔ မွတ္တမ္းေလးေတြ ျပန္ဆယ္ယူလိုု႔ရပါတယ္ေနာ္၊

Restore iPhone
ဒါေပမဲ့ iphone ဖုန္းကို အစဆံုး ျပန္ၿပီး itunes မွာ ျပန္ၿပီး reinstall and restore လုုပ္ရပါမယ္၊ ဒီမွာတခုုသတိထားရမွာက သင္မၾကာခဏ သင္အေရးႀကီးတဲ့ ဖိုုင္းေတြကိုု restore ကိုု icloud သိုု႔ သင့္ရဲ႕ ကြန္ပ်ဴတာမွာ  ပထမဦးဆံုုး Restore လုုပ္ၿပီးသိမ္းထားရပါမယ္၊ ဒါမွလဲ သင္ရဲ႕အေရးႀကီးတဲ့ လိပ္စာတိုု႔၊ဖိုုင္ေတြျပန္ရမွာပါေနာ္..... 
Sure restore

"အထူးသတိေပးခ်င္တာက မိမိရဲ႕ဖုုန္းေပ်ာက္ရင္လဲ ဒီလိုုလုုပ္ၿပီး မိမိရဲ႕အေရးႀကီးတဲ့ ဖိုုင္ေတြကိုု Delete လုုပ္ဖ်က္ပစ္ရမွာပါေနာ္"

How can I unlock my iPhone if I forgot the passcode?

Apple explains how to unlock the iPhone if you have forgotten the passcode or password in the manual for each model. For the iPhone 5c, for example, it is provided on page 155 as well as on the company support site. However, as this is a very frequently asked question, the official answers and additional help are below for your convenience.
iPhone Passcode Forgotten - iOS 6 and iOS 7

Image Credit: EveryiPhone.com (iPhone Passcode Screens - iOS 6, Left; iOS 7, Right)

About iPhone Passcodes
The exact behavior of the iPhone depends on its configuration when one forgets the passcode. By default, there is not a passcode at all. However, Apple notes the following regarding forgotten passcodes:
If you repeatedly enter the wrong passcode, your iPhone will be disabled for longer intervals before you can try again. After too many unsuccessful attempts, you won't be able to try again until you connect it to the computer with which you last synced it [if it has been synced to a computer].
Note: You can configure your device to erase itself after ten consecutive incorrect password attempts. This setting is off by default. It can be turned on by tapping Settings > General > Passcode Lock.
If you cannot remember the passcode, you will need to restore your device using the computer with which you last synced it [or iCloud]. This allows you to reset your passcode and resync the data from the device (or restore from a backup). If you restore on a different computer that was never synced with the device, you will be able to unlock the device for use and remove the passcode, but your data will not be present.
Please also note that Apple representatives can't unlock an iPhone for you without restoring the iPhone, either. The restore process will erase everything on it.
How to Unlock iPhone Passcodes
If you have forgotten the passcode on your iPhone, you will have to restore the device.
To restore your iPhone -- which, again, deletes all of your data (songs, photos, videos, apps, and so on) on the iPhone use the following directions. Be absolutely sure that you have backed up the content on your iPhone before restoring it.
iPhone Previously Synchronized with a Mac or PC
If you have previously synchronized your iPhone with iTunes on a Mac or Windows computer, you typically still can backup recent additions to your iPhone by connecting it to the same computer you have used before without having to enter the passcode.
After the backup, you just need to "restore" your iPhone and have the backup copied onto the iPhone with iTunes.
Apple's official instructions to restore an iPhone with iTunes are:
  1. Connect your iPhone to your computer [that you have previously used to sync the device].
  2. In iTunes, select the iPhone in the "Devices" list, then "Summary" at the top of the screen.
  3. If iTunes doesn't automatically synchronize your iPhone, do so manually [andconfirm that the sync and backup were successful.]
  4. Click “Check for Update.” iTunes tells you if there is a newer version of the iPhone software available.
  5. Click Restore. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the restore process. When restoring, it is recommended that you [again] backup the iPhone when prompted.
  6. When iOS Setup Assistant asks to set up your iPhone, choose "Restore from iTunes backup."
  7. Select your device in iTunes and choose the most recent backup of your iPhone.
After this process, your iPhone should be restored with the information from its last backup, but it no longer will have the passcode enabled. It would be wise to think carefully before setting another passcode or using the passcode feature again.
iPhone Previously Backed Up with iCloud
Apple explains that "if you have Find My iPhone enabled, you can use Remote Wipe to erase the contents of your device." Likewise, "if you have been using iCloud to backup, you may be able to restore the most recent backup to reset the passcode after the device has been erased."
Apple separately explains the simple iCloud process to erase an iPhone. This is mostly intended for an iPhone that has been lost or stolen, but the portion relevant for a forgotten password is:

Sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID (the one you use with iCloud [rather than your iPhone passcode that you do not remember]), then click "Find My iPhone."
  1. Click "All Devices," then select the iPhone you want to erase.
  2. In the Info window, click "Erase iPhone."
  3. Enter your Apple ID password [for confirmation]. If the device you're erasing has iOS 7 or later, enter a phone number and message. [This is intended to be displayed to anyone who may have found your iPhone if it is lost or stolen. To just erase the iPhone, it is not necessary.]
  4. [Now] you can restore the information on the device using iCloud Backup (if backup was turned on before you erased it).

Just like the iTunes restore process, your iPhone should be restored this way via iCloud with the information from its last backup, but your iPhone no longer will have the passcode enabled. Definitely think carefully before setting another passcode.
iPhone Never Synchronized or Backed Up
If you never synchronized your iPhone with iTunes on a computer or backed up using iCloud, the only option is to restore the iPhone as new, which will delete all of your personal information. A passcode that can be bypassed by anyone would not be of much use, so this is as intended for security purposes.
If you find yourself in this situation try not to panic. Take a deep breath. Leave your iPhone behind, go for a walk, and try not to think about the passcode per se. Separating yourself from the frustration may help jog your subconscious to release the information you have forgotten.
If you still do not remember your passcode when you return, hold the iPhone in your hand and ideally sit or stand somewhere where you know you have entered your passcode before.
If that is not an option, try to face a direction that you were facing when you successfully entered your passcode previously. Relax. Close your eyes. Open your eyes again. Enter the passcode without a conscious effort to remember the numbers or letters but instead "feel" it. You may be able to essentially trigger "muscle memory" of the motion pattern you have used before to enter the code.
If none of that works, sadly, you will have to start over as if you just got a new iPhone. If you have only had the iPhone for a few days (which is when people tend to forget the passcode the most, perhaps it is not a major problem).
If you recently set a passcode on an iPhone with a lot of personal information that is not synchronized using iTunes or backed up using iCloud and this information is really important to you, you could consider buying a new iPhone without restoring the old one. The hope would be that you might remember the passcode at some point in the future. Perhaps buying an expensive new phone will allow you to remember the passcode the next day. D'oh!
Nevertheless, next time, either (1) do not use a passcode, (2) use the fingerprint enabled Touch ID on the iPhone 5s instead, or (3) be sure to sync your lesser iPhone with iTunes and/or iCloud.

How to fix iOS 8.0.1 no cell service issue

Another option is to restore your iPhone to iOS 8.0 using iTunes. Apple has already pulled iOS 8.0.1. When you go through this process, iTunes will download the latest workingversion of iOS. This seems to be the easiest and most effective way at fixing cell service on your phone. It also means that you must backup all of your data.
1. Connect your iOS device to your Mac or PC. Open iTunes if it does not launch by itself.
2. Select your iPhone either from the left hand menu or from the top right.
3. Under ‘Summary’, click on ‘Restore iPhone…’
Restore iPhone
4. You’ll be asked if you are sure you would like to restore your iPhone to its factory settings. Again, you’ll receive a warning that all of your media and other data will be erased. Select ‘Restore’ to continue.
Sure restore

5. iTunes will download the latest version of iOS 8 and start the installation process. During this, your iPhone will reboot. You should see a black Apple logo against a gray background. Below it will be a progress bar for the software install.
6. Next you’ll see a message pop-up in iTunes that “Your iPhone has been restored to factory settings, and is restarting. Please keep your iPhone connected. It will appear in the iTunes window after it starts. Select ‘Restore from backup’.
 Finally, Apple is well aware of the issue. It would be hard to imagine a fix not coming very soon. If you need your phone working, this is the quickest way to get it back up and running.

Complete guide on how to backup iPhone on iTunes and iCloud

how to backup iPhone
There are two methods of backing up your iPhone. One requires a computer, which is considered a ‘local’ backup. This just means it’s backing up your home PC or Mac. The other method requires backing up to ‘the cloud’, which is actually a slew of servers operated by Apple, thus the iCloud naming convention. Below are directions for how to backup using either option, along with a few pros and cons.

How to backup iPhone on iTunes

Before we proceed, you’ll want to download the latest copy of iTunes for either Mac or PC. When you connect a device that has been previously paired with a computer, connecting that device will start the syncing process. However, I think it’s important to outline the the backup process.
1. Connect your iPhone to your computer using the correct cable, either one that came with your iPhone or a MFi compatible third party cable. Beginning with the iPhone 5, all cables use a USB connection on one end and a Lightning connection that connects at the bottom of your phone, as shown below.
Lightning cable iPhone
2. Using your mouse or trackpad, select File > Devices > Backup. If there are no messages, you can safely move to the next step, which is checking when the last backup was made.
Devices backup
3. There are cases where iTunes will inform you that there are some apps on your iPhone which are not in your iTunes library. This often means that you downloaded an app from the App Store using your iPhone and these were never synced to your computer. If for example, you were to lose your iPhone, you wouldn’t lose these apps. They can always be downloaded from the App Store, so your paid apps are almost never lost. If an app has been removed from the App Store and isn’t on your computer, that would be a rare case of not being able to access it. I’d always recommend you select ‘Back Up Apps’. This moves all apps from your iPhone to your computer. It also has means that when you restore from a backup, these apps would be installed on your device.
apps not synced iTunes

How to check when last iPhone backup was completed

You’ll want to check and make sure that iTunes has made a backup. To check the time and date of the most recent backup.
  1. With your iPhone connected to your Mac/PC, select the Devices in the left column and select your iPhone.
  2. You should see the ‘Summary’ tab, under which you’ll see information about your iPhone, Backups and Options.
  3. Under Backups, you’ll see the Latest Backup.
iTunes last backup
  • You control your data and the security of that data
  • Backups happen when iPhone is plugged in, locked and connected to WiFi.
  • You take a lot of photos and videos that are stored on your iPhone. This can cause overages on your iCloud account, which is limited to 5GB of storage.
  • You have access to your computer on a regular basis.
  • Can sync wireless when in range of network.
  • New, lower cost storage plans makes it more affordable.
  • It’s the easiest way to backup and restore your phone, bar none.
  • In the event of a fire, theft or event that causes damage to your home, your data could be lost.
  • Requires you backup your computer.
  • To setup a new device, it involves tethering to your computer.

How to backup iPhone on iCloud

To backup your iPhone using iCloud, you don’t need a computer. Just follow these easy steps:
1. Navigate to Settings > iCloud > Backup.
2. Toggle iCloud Backup to the ‘On‘ position as shown below.
3. Enter your Apple ID password.
4. Tap on Back Up Now to initiate a backup. You’ll see a message with a status bar on the time remaining until it’s completed.
iPhone iCloud backup
If you had previously backed up using iTunes, you’ll see a message informing you that “Your iPhone will no longer backup to your computer automatically when you sync with iTunes.” The key here is the word ‘automatically’. We’ll go over how you can still backup to both iTunes and iCloud.
  • Wirelessly syncs to Apple servers.
  • Your data is backed up on redundant servers, effectively removing concerns of data loss.
  • Able to restore backups anywhere. You can leave the Apple Store with your new iPhone 6 and immediately have all of your information restored.
  • Does not require a computer.
  • Requires user take proper steps, including 2-step verification, to protect account.
  • The free 5GB limit isn’t sufficient if you take a fair amount of photos and videos. This could leave you with a device that stops making backups.

What gets backed up?

When you backup your iPhone to iTunes, Apple makes a thorough backup of your data. The below image shows each and every item that is backed up to your computer whenever a backup is completed.
Included iTunes backup

Why backup using using both iTunes and iCloud

If you own a computer, there are still a great number of reasons why you’d opt for iCloud backups. It’s easy, wireless, secure and I’d trust Apple’s servers over your personal hard drive any day of the week. It also makes it incredibly easy to restore from a backup, without the hassle of wires. That being said, I’m a proponent of using both methods. You’ll have the comfort of knowing that you data is backed up both locally and in the cloud. If you are backing using iCloud, it will be noted in the Backup section of iTunes. Although your iPhone is configured to use iCloud, you can still follow the directions above to create a local iTunes backup.
Whichever method you choose, backing up your iPhone is incredibly important. Select a method that works best for you and be sure that your iPhone is backing up on a regular basis. If you’ve had your iPhone lost, stolen or damaged, it can be a terrible and costly experience.  Phones, while expensive, can be replaced. Memories cannot.
Have questions? Need help? Check out our iPhone forums! It’s free to join and you’ll be able to ask questions, take part in discussions and more.
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