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Old Jan 5, 2013, 01:14 PM   #1
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Exclamation Cannot sign in the maximum number of free accounts have been activated on this iPhone

What?!

I had a couple of retired @me.com accounts and was trying to check if I deleted any old backups then I proceed to sign in with my main @gmail.com apple ID and I get "cannot sign in the maximum number of free accounts have been activated on this iphone".

EDIT: The @me accounts were created on a MacBook Pro that has been long since retired so wtf is this...brand new iPhone factory unlocked, not jailbroken...what is this?
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Old Jan 5, 2013, 04:26 PM   #2
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Talk about resale value or passing your phone to a family member lol. This is garbage in every way. iCondom
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Old Jan 5, 2013, 04:41 PM   #3
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What?!

I had a couple of retired @me.com accounts and was trying to check if I deleted any old backups then I proceed to sign in with my main @gmail.com apple ID and I get "cannot sign in the maximum number of free accounts have been activated on this iphone".

EDIT: The @me accounts were created on a MacBook Pro that has been long since retired so wtf is this...brand new iPhone factory unlocked, not jailbroken...what is this?
Try logging into iCloud using Safari on your Mac. If successful delete the unwanted aliases. They used to allow 4 or 5 but now only 3.
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