iPhone Need to hack into an iPhone

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by GingieBro, May 31, 2012.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    Okay, my friend got grounded and her mom wants the password to her iPhone, but if she tell her she will go through all her messages and pictures. And if she does that she will get in even more trouble. So, I need a way to hack into her iPhone from my computer to delete the messages. Or to track were it is so she can delete the messages from her phone. Please help
     
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    You cant hack in remotelly and wipe/delete the messages from it.
    If find my iphone is installed you can then log in and track it or wait till she has physical access to it and have her delete the messages manually.
     
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    cclloyd

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    Just log into iCloud.com and remote wipe, then restore later.
     
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    She doesn't have iCloud set up.
     
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    mrsir2009

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    What's so bad about that? What's she got to hide?

    ...Has she been naughty? ;)
     
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    someone its getting spank! :D
     
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    LOL kids these days...
     
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    maturola

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    iCould remote wipe if your only option, if she doesn't have that setup, you can't do anything unless you work for the provider and even then it is illegal to do so without a court order.
     
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    Love this. My new catchphrase.
     
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    bigjnyc

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    With no iCloud you are SOL...... she's either gonna have to sneak the phone away from her parents and restore it or set up icloud or take her lumps... sorry
     
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    My humps my humps:D
     
  12. labman, Jun 1, 2012
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    Just being real as a parent if my daughter wiped her phone then gave it to me I would presume the worst. Then I would make her restore it and show
    Me everything. Kids these day's think parents are dumb that's why you fail.
     
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    This whole thread has me laughing over here - and on a more serious note, makes me glad I don't have kids... And simultaneously also makes me more suspicious of my hypothetical future children... I'll have to keep a close eye on them... Crafty lot, they are...
     
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    We all have been here.. We just want to know the outcome.
     
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    labman

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    Nah your kids will be asking you how to jailbreak and hack there phones. :p
     
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    SleekB

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    so weird, i was just think of opening a thread "how to 'hack' and receive messages from someone else's iphone"

    is there like a website i can make the victim go on so that it grabs all the text messages into a nice zip file for me to download later?
    or better, have access to their messages?
     
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    mrsir2009

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    Indeed... It would look very suspicious, wouldn't it?
     
  19. macrumors regular

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    This is an awesome site. I've used it dozens of times and read so many peoples texts. I wish they would add support for other phones though. It's hard trying to convince Obama to trade in his Blackberry for an iPhone.

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    I learned how to hack growing up with parents who restricted everything on my computer. ;)
     
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  21. Rajani Isa, Oct 29, 2012
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    Rajani Isa

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    To be fair, some are.

    *shudders as he thinks of a co-woker who is spawning again*

    You try and argue no government should ever be granted the right to forcefully sterilize, and then people like her come along...
     
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    I think its wrong to intrude on someones privacy. I know in a lot of countries children have no legal privacy from their parents. But I think one should try to go out of their way not to intrude on their children's privacy anyhow, which becomes more true the older the child is.

    If I had a smart phone when I was a child, and I would suspect that my parents or much older siblings could intrude my privacy, I would not hesitate to lock the device.
     

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