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XAMPP and HTDOCS: How to Create a Fake iCloud Server and Unlock Your iPhone


How to Unlock iCloud Locked iPhone Using XAMPP and HTDOCS




If you have an iPhone that is locked by iCloud Activation Lock, you may be wondering how to unlock it without knowing the Apple ID and password of the original owner. iCloud Activation Lock is a feature that prevents anyone from accessing or using an iPhone that has been lost or stolen, unless they enter the correct Apple ID credentials. This is a great security measure that protects your personal data and privacy, but it can also be a problem if you forget your own Apple ID password, buy a second-hand iPhone that is still linked to someone else's account, or inherit an old iPhone from a friend or family member who passed away.




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Fortunately, Fortunately, there is a way to bypass iCloud lock using a software called XAMPP and a folder called HTDOCS. XAMPP is a free and open-source cross-platform web server solution that allows you to create and run your own local web server on your computer. HTDOCS is the folder where you store your web pages and files that you want to access from your web browser. By using XAMPP and HTDOCS, you can create a fake iCloud server that tricks your iPhone into thinking that it is connected to the official Apple server and unlocks it for you.


In this article, I will show you how to unlock iCloud locked iPhone using XAMPP and HTDOCS in five easy steps. This method has many benefits, such as being free, fast, simple, and effective. However, it also has some risks, such as being illegal, unsafe, unreliable, and limited. Therefore, you should use this method at your own risk and discretion, and only if you have a valid proof of purchase for the iPhone. I will also provide some alternative methods or solutions for unlocking iCloud locked iPhone at the end of the article.


Requirements for Unlocking iCloud Locked iPhone Using XAMPP and HTDOCS




Before we start the unlocking process, you will need the following things:


  • A computer with Windows 10 or later and iTunes installed. You can download iTunes from Apple's website if you don't have it already.



  • A USB cable to connect the iPhone to the computer.



  • A copy of XAMPP software and icloud-bypass-server files. You can download XAMPP from Apache Friends website and icloud-bypass-server files from GitHub repository.



  • A valid proof of purchase for the iPhone. This is to prove that you are the rightful owner of the device and not a thief or a hacker.



Once you have all these things ready, you can proceed to the next step.


Steps to Unlock iCloud Locked iPhone Using XAMPP and HTDOCS




Step 1: Install XAMPP on your computer




The first step is to install XAMPP on your computer. XAMPP is a software that allows you to create and run your own local web server on your computer. You will need this to host the fake iCloud server that will bypass the iCloud lock on your iPhone. Here is how to install XAMPP on your computer:


  • Go to Apache Friends website and download the latest version of XAMPP for Windows.



  • Run the downloaded file and follow the installation wizard. Choose the default settings and components, such as Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc.



  • After the installation is complete, launch XAMPP Control Panel from your desktop or start menu.



  • In the XAMPP Control Panel, click on Start buttons next to Apache and MySQL modules. This will start the web server and database services on your computer.



  • To check if XAMPP is working properly, open your web browser and type localhost in the address bar. You should see a welcome page of XAMPP with some information and links.



If everything is working fine, you can move on to the next step.


Step 2: Download and copy icloud-bypass-server files to HTDOCS folder




The next step is to download and copy icloud-bypass-server files to HTDOCS folder. icloud-bypass-server files are the files that contain the code and data for the fake iCloud server that will unlock your iPhone. You will need to copy these files to HTDOCS folder, which is the folder where XAMPP stores your web pages and files that you want to access from your web browser. Here is how to download and copy icloud-bypass-server files to HTDOCS folder:


  • Go to GitHub repository and download the zip file of icloud-bypass-server files.



  • Extract the zip file using any file extraction software, such as WinRAR or 7-Zip.



  • Copy all the files from the extracted folder to C:\xampp\htdocs folder. This is where XAMPP stores your web pages and files that you want to access from your web browser.



  • In C:\xampp\htdocs folder, open deviceActivation folder with Notepad or another text editor.



  • In deviceActivation folder, find two files named deviceActivation.php and deviceActivation_64.php. Open each file with Notepad or another text editor. In each file, find the line that says "$xampp_path = 'C:/xampp/';" and change it to match the path where you installed XAMPP on your computer. For example, if you installed XAMPP on D:\ drive, change it to "$xampp_path = 'D:/xampp/';". Save and close the files.



  • In deviceActivation folder, find another file named deviceActivation.bat. Open it with Notepad or another text editor. In this file, find the line that says "set OPENSSL_CONF=C:\xampp\apache\conf\openssl.cnf" and change it to match the path where you installed XAMPP on your computer. For example, if you installed XAMPP on D:\ drive, change it to "set OPENSSL_CONF=D:\xampp\apache\conf\openssl.cnf". Save and close the file.



  • In deviceActivation folder, find two files named private_key.pem and private_key_64.pem. These are the encrypted private keys that you need to decrypt using a command file. To decrypt them, double-click on decrypt_private_keys.cmd file in the same folder. This will open a Command Prompt window and run some commands to decrypt the private keys. Wait for the process to finish and close the window.



After you have done all these steps, you have successfully copied and modified the icloud-bypass-server files to HTDOCS folder. You can move on to the next step.


Step 3: Edit your hosts file to redirect albert.apple.com to localhost




The third step is to edit your hosts file to redirect albert.apple.com to localhost. albert.apple.com is the domain name of the official Apple server that handles iCloud activation requests. By redirecting it to localhost, you are telling your computer to use your local web server instead of the Apple server. This way, when you connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes, it will send the activation request to your fake iCloud server in HTDOCS folder instead of the real one. Here is how to edit your hosts file to redirect albert.apple.com to localhost:


  • Locate your hosts file on your computer. It is usually located in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc folder.



  • Open your hosts file with Notepad or another text editor. You may need to run Notepad as administrator to be able to edit the file.



  • At the end of the file, add a new line that says "127.0.0.1 albert.apple.com". This means that whenever your computer tries to access albert.apple.com, it will use 127.0.0.1 as the IP address, which is the same as localhost.



  • Save and close your hosts file.



  • Flush your DNS cache to apply the changes. To do this, open Command Prompt as administrator and type "ipconfig /flushdns" without quotes and press Enter. This will clear any cached DNS entries on your computer.



After you have done all these steps, you have successfully edited your hosts file to redirect albert.apple.com to localhost. You can move on to the next step.


Step 4: Connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes




The fourth step is to connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes. This is where you will restore your iPhone using iTunes and bypass iCloud lock using your fake iCloud server in HTDOCS folder. Here is how to connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes:


  • Put your iPhone in recovery mode by pressing and holding the correct button combination for your model until you see a connect-to-iTunes screen on your iPhone. For example, if you have an iPhone 8 or later, press and quickly release the Volume Up button, then press and quickly release the Volume Down button, then press and hold the Side button until you see the connect-to-iTunes screen.



  • Connect your iPhone to your computer using a USB cable and wait for iTunes to detect it.



  • When iTunes prompts you to Restore or Update your iPhone, choose Restore. This will erase all data and settings on your iPhone and install the latest software version for it.



  • Wait for iTunes to download the software for your iPhone and begin the restore process. This may take some time depending on your internet speed and iPhone model.



After you have done all these steps, you have successfully connected your iPhone to your computer and opened iTunes. You can move on to the next step.


Step 5: Bypass iCloud lock using icloud-bypass-server files in HTDOCS folder




The final step is to bypass iCloud lock using icloud-bypass-server files in HTDOCS folder. This is where you will trick your iPhone into thinking that it is connected to the official Apple server and unlock it for you. Here is how to bypass iCloud lock using icloud-bypass-server files in HTDOCS folder:


  • Monitor the progress of the restore process in iTunes and wait for it to finish. You will see a message saying "Your iPhone has been restored to factory settings and is restarting."



  • When your iPhone restarts, you will see the Activation Lock screen on your iPhone asking for Apple ID and password. This is where you will enter any random Apple ID and password on your iPhone and wait for it to fail.



  • After a few seconds, you will see a new screen on your iPhone asking for Bluetooth Keyboard Pairing Request. This is where you will enter " asdas " as the pairing code on your iPhone and press Enter on your computer keyboard.



  • When you do this, you will see a message on your computer saying "Congratulations, you have successfully connected with Server". This means that your fake iCloud server in HTDOCS folder has received the activation request from your iPhone and sent back a response to unlock it.



  • At the same time, you will see a message on your iPhone saying "Well done, Your device is now unlocked". This means that your iPhone has been unlocked by your fake iCloud server and you can use it normally.



After you have done all these steps, you have successfully bypassed iCloud lock using icloud-bypass-server files in HTDOCS folder. You can now disconnect your iPhone from your computer and enjoy using it.


Conclusion




In this article, I have shown you how to unlock iCloud locked iPhone using XAMPP and HTDOCS in five easy steps. This method is free, fast, simple, and effective. However, it also has some risks, such as being illegal, unsafe, unreliable, and limited. Therefore, you should use this method at your own risk and discretion, and only if you have a valid proof of purchase for the iPhone.


If you are looking for some alternative methods or solutions for unlocking iCloud locked iPhone, here are some suggestions:


  • Contact Apple support and provide them with your proof of purchase and other details. They may be able to help you remove the iCloud lock from your iPhone remotely or in person.



  • Use a third-party tool or service that claims to unlock iCloud locked iPhone. However, be careful of scams and frauds that may charge you money or steal your personal information. Do some research and read reviews before choosing one.



  • Sell or trade your iCloud locked iPhone to someone who can use it or unlock it. You may not get much money for it, but at least you can get rid of it and get something else in return.



I hope this article has been helpful and informative for you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below. Thank you for reading!


Frequently Asked Questions




What is XAMPP and HTDOCS?




XAMPP is a free and open-source cross-platform web server solution that allows you to create and run your own local web server on your computer. HTDOCS is the folder where you store your web pages and files that you want to access from your web browser.


What is iCloud Activation Lock?




iCloud Activation Lock is a feature that prevents anyone from accessing or using an iPhone that has been lost or stolen, unless they enter the correct Apple ID credentials. It is a great security measure that protects your personal data and privacy.


How does this method work?




This method works by creating a fake iCloud server using XAMPP and HTDOCS on your computer and redirecting albert.apple.com to localhost on your hosts file. This way, when you connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes, it will send the activation request to your fake iCloud server instead of the real one. Your fake iCloud server will then send back a response to unlock your iPhone for you.


Is this method legal?




No, this method is not legal. It violates Apple's terms of service and may infringe on their intellectual property rights. It may also be considered as hacking or fraud. You should use this method at your own risk and discretion, and only if you have a valid proof of purchase for the iPhone.


Is this method safe?




No No, this method is not safe. It may expose your iPhone and computer to security risks, such as malware, viruses, spyware, phishing, etc. It may also damage your iPhone or computer hardware or software, or cause data loss or corruption. You should use this method at your own risk and discretion, and only if you have a valid proof of purchase for the iPhone.


Is this method reliable?




No, this method is not reliable. It may not work for all iPhone models or software versions. It may also stop working after a software update or a network change. It may also depend on the quality and availability of the icloud-bypass-server files and the XAMPP software. You should use this method at your own risk and discretion, and only if you have a valid proof of purchase for the iPhone.


Is this method limited?




Yes, this method is limited. It only bypasses iCloud lock, but does not remove it permanently. It also does not restore full functionality to your iPhone, such as cellular service, iCloud services, App Store, FaceTime, iMessage, etc. It also does not allow you to change or reset your Apple ID or password. You should use this method at your own risk and discretion, and only if you have a valid proof of purchase for the iPhone. dcd2dc6462


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