IP-BOX iPhone Password Unlock Tool
(New Version 2 is now Cased and Updateable)
Use the IP-BOX to crack the forgotten password on iPhone
Simply attach this device and it will brute force the password on iPhone ios 7.xx.
This can take time however depending on the password it is trying to crack, as it enters codes as follows:
etc. until 9999
It takes approx. 6 seconds per try, so worse case scenario it can take up to 59994 seconds which is just over 16 and a half hours
Either way you can get this job done for your customer by next day and no data will be lost !!!
Tool supports iOS versions 7.xx and SOME older versions too.
IP-Box V2 Field Test Results
Using the newer IP-Box V2, we unlocked the passwords without any problems on the following iPhone models / versions using the latest IP-Box firmware available (6.3)
All were unlocked from the iPhone is disabled state no other exploit is needed for iOs 7 it seems.
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 5 v7.0.4 (thanks to Jamie for testing)
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 5s v7.1 (thanks to Jamie for testing)
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 4s v7.0.6
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 4s 64GB v7.1.2 (No SIM)
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 5s 32GB v7.0.4
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 5 v7.1.2
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 5s 16Gb v7.0.6
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 5s v7.0.3
PASSWORD UNLOCKED: iPhone 5 16Gb v7.0.4
iOS 6 devices still require the emergency call exploit as far as we can tell, Will update you with more as we find out anything new
Older Field Test Reports
NOTE: Some of these test are outdated now since the update as the iPhones can be cracked when disabled now.
Ok because this item is very new, we have been doing some testing on different devices and will post the results here. If you have anything to add from your field tests please post below to in the discus area to help others.
Its important to get the phone in the correct mode before attaching the clip, we have had 1 x iphone 5 that we could not get into the calculator area like the video so i couldnt use it, but there may be a different method to do this but need to research it. Once you can get the iPhone itself in the right mode then the clip does the job.
iPhone 5/5c iOS 7.1.1 works perfectly as per video above
iPhone 4s iOs 6.1.3 - this works to an extent. this is how we got past a password:
sim out, make emergency call, press home button, press contacts. this brings up a security input pad without a link to emergency call.
once done, connect clip and press button on clip, this will then begin the brute force.
we set a code of 0023, and after 23 tries it stopped vibrating but did not stop the counter on the tool.
we pressed cancel on the iphone and we were in the phone system now, but because the sensor on the device is a light sensor, and the phone screen did not change, the tool did not halt the count.
Bottom line is you can get access to the iPhone but cant learn the exact security code, i think someone may be able to modify the light sensor into some kind of vibration stop sensor perhaps?
iPhone 5 iOS 6.1.4
(Big thanks to one of our customers FoneJackerNI for this test report)
Same as the 4s 6.1.3 (above)
Need to keep an eye on the counter and ear open to the lock sound as the screen does not change once the successful code is found.
But it does work.
iPhone battery runs out when cracking big password problem solved
if your iPhone goes flat while trying to brute force the 4 digit password, the iP-box will also turn off.
You can restart the process by charging up the iPhone and re connecting the ip-box
But this time press the start button 2 times, and it will start the counter from where it left off from the earlier attempt.
At FoneFunShop we have been helping people setup their tools since 1996, so we understand the frustration of getting a new tool to work.
We made the following guide to help you get up and running with your new IP-Box, We hope it helps :)
1. Download Software and update IP-Box to 8.2v
Download and unzip new version 8.2v from FoneFunMembers.co.uk (you may need winrar to unzip it)
Here is a video showing you how to update the IP-Box V2
2. Fix unlock code parameter settings on your IP-Box
You need to do this to fix a bug in version 8.2v, if you dont do this you will find that your box will work too quickly at entering codes.
Enter 4500 in the each group of data interval (ms) area and click Download (free computer test plan 1) to the instrument button to program the box
Once this is done you are ready to use your IP-Box to unlock the passcode on your first iPhone
3. Check iOS of iPhone you Plan to bruteforce
Identify the firmware version of the iPhone and make sure its 7.anything
Method 1 (recommended):
Use the iPhone Network Check service this will tell you the exact iOS version the iPhone is using
download ifunbox2014 Download iFunBox
make sure you take the 2014 version
Install and run it
Connect your iPhone to your PC (close iTunes if it opens automatically)
Click your phone when it displays in the bottom left corner (pictured below)
Your ios version is now displayed (pictured below)
Make sure it is 7.x.x
4. Setting up cables and connections
now you are satisfied the iPhone is running 7.x.x its time to hook up your ip-box and get it earning its keep.
first of all, close any ip-box software you are running, its not needed.
if you are using a charging cable you will need to connect your mini usb cable to PC and to the ip-box, as the power from your pc will flow through the ip-box and ultimately keep charging your iPhone while its being brute forced.
if you arent using a charging cable theres no need to connect the ip-box to your pc.
now, connect your light sensor to the disabled iphone on a black part of the screen, place it in a place you know would be well lit after a password is entered correctly (just above the slide for emergency area of the screen works for me).
push the sensor through the foam so its sitting on the glass and its all nice and flush
hold the sensor in place with tape.
finally connect your cable from ip-box usb port to the phone port.
5. Release the Beast
now all the connections are in place, press the button on the clip to start the brute force procedure.
you will see the number increase by one number and a subsequent BUZZ as the code fails.
you should get Number...BUZZ...Number...BUZZ...Number...BUZZ etc. etc.
TIP: if you get Number .. Number.. Number BUZZ then its not setup right, try stopping the process and repositioning the light sensor and restarting the procedure.
Now leave it going, and go and do something else while it does its job.
Once the IP-Box gets the correct code the iPhone menu will appear as normal, which will trigger the light sensor and ultimately your IP-Box will begin beeping and flashing the correct passcode number.
JOB DONE !!!!