Is it possible to turn off “find my iPhone” without password or iPhone itself? You are likely saying no, you are not alone if you think it cannot be done. After all, many iPhone users are not familiar with different methods that can be used to solve any iPhone related issues. Turning off “find my iPhone” without password or iPhone is pretty easy. We are going to show just how easy it is.

Part 1: How to Turn off “Find My iPhone” without Password

It sounds impossible to turn off Find My iPhone without password. However, if you are an iOS 7 user, it can be achieved easily. Below are the detailed steps:

Step 1: Open your iPhone, go to Settings>iCloud>Account.
Step 2: Delete the current password and input any code into it, then click Done.
Step 3: There will be a pop-up window shows you that “User name or password is incorrect”.
Step 4: Tap Ok and then Cancel.
Step 5: Go to your iCloud account again.
Step 6: Delete the description, tap Done, then you will go back to the iCloud main interface automatically.
Step 7: Scroll down to Find My iPhone, you will found that it is disabled.

Part 2: Turn off “Find My iPhone” without iPhone from

Alright, the first step toward turning off “find my iPhone” without using your iPhone device is to use your computer for the task. From the computer, we are going to log into and perform the task right from there. The steps below will get you through.

Step 1: From your computer, login to and sign in with your Apple ID and password.
Step 2: Once inside, click “All Devices” which is at the top on your screen.

all devices

Step 3: Choose your device.
Step 4: Ignore the Window and go to the next.
Step 5: You will see the name of your device, click it

click device

Step 6: Now, “X” will appear next to the device you selected. Click on it.
Step 7: “Remove” will appear on the next Window.

Turn off Find My iPhone without phone

Step 8: Click Remove.
Step 9: Done!

So simple, right? So, that is how to turn off “find my iPhone” without your iPhone device.

Part 3: Turn off “Find My iPhone” via iMyFone iBypasser

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How to Turn Off Find My iPhone on Broken iPhone without Password?

Here are also the detailed steps to turn off Find My iPhone on both normal and broken iOS devices with iBypasser:

Step 1. Download and launch iMyFone iBypasser on your computer. Choose the "Turn Off FMI" mode. Click "Start" and connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to the computer with a USB cable.

launch iMyFone iBypasser

Step 2. The program will start downloading a package which helps you jailbreak your iPhone.

Download a jailbreak package

Step 3. Follow the onscreen instructions and then click "Next" after the jailbreak finished.

Jailbreak iPhone

Step 4. After jailbreaking, iBypasser will start turning off Find My [devie]. Please keep the computer connected to the Internet and keep your iOS device disconnected from the network.

Turning off Find My iPhone

Step 5. Confirm the FMI status on your device after the program finished turning off Find My [device]. Copy your serial number and check your FMI status on the given website. Enter "ON" or "OFF" according to the website result and click "Confirm" to continue.

Confirm FMI status

When the process is done, the previous Apple ID will be removed. All you need to do is factory resetting the device and then you can use it as brand new.


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