Okay, I know this question must exist somewhere, but I can't seem to come up with the right google query, so here goes.... I'll start by saying I admit this is a totally unbelievable story, so feel free to come up with your own theories, but it's really true: I came home today to a lady picking up cans in the ditch in front of my house (I live outside of town and people litter on the way to/from the lake). I told her I had a bunch of cans she could have and had her come up to my house. I gave her probably $30 worth of cans, and then she pulls out what looked like an iPhone 4 or 4S and asks if its mine. She said she found it in my ditch and thought I might have dropped it. Well, it wasn't mine, but I guess since I was so nice with the cans, she just gave it to me. Seriously. So, I bring the phone in the house and plug it in, and even though it's been raining, it turns on! Problem is, the screen is locked, and short of a DFU restore, I don't know how to unlock it. I would love to be able to return the phone to its rightful owner (and yes, part of me is just curious to see if I can get into it). I know I could go the "easy" way and just take it to the Apple store or even AT&T, but if I could somehow "break in" or read some of the contact's phone numbers I might be able to figure out who it belongs to. I have no idea what OS is installed (although double-clicking the home button does NOT reveal the camera, so I'm guessing pre-5), and I believe trying to SSH with the wrong tool can destroy it. Is there any kind of tool I can use to get into the phone's filesystem and/or view the contents? Obviously if the files are encrypted it's hopeless, but if they aren't, maybe I'll have some luck. Sorry if this is a re-post, but all the other questions like this seem to be for people who have previously synced to their computers and can restore their last backup. This isn't my phone so I don't have any data except for what's on the phone itself. Thanks in advance!