I sold my water damaged iPhone 4S for parts after throwing it in the wash. It was on when it went in and wouldn't turn on three days and one bag of rice later. My BF who works on gadgets said to toss it bc it was fried. I never tried to get it professionally fixed. Anyway, the buyer said he'd gotten it fixed and the repair people needed my passcode to wipe my phone. Iv'e forgotten my passcode and had to restore my device before, so this was super sketchy. Not to mention I have highly confidential info on the phone. I sent him the Apple instructions to wipe without a passcode and offered him a refund (less return S&H). He wrote back saying he wants to jailbreak this Sprint phone for use on T-Mo (!). Then he said HE needs the passcode (repair guy is gonezo?), he's getting error code 3194, he won't peek at the confidential info and bc he spent so much money to fix it, a full refund isn't good enough (and he'll sell it on CL). This all seems over the top. I told him that Sprint and T-mo networks aren't compatible, how to fix that error and that the info on my phone is still confidential so he ain't getting my passcode. Is this a common scam? I can't figure out his angle. Either he's really gotten it to work and is trying to sell/steal my info from the device or its not working and he wants to sell it back to me for more than he bought it for. Anyone else run into this? It's giving me anxiety!