2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 12, 2013 11:07 PM by Chamar
rosalindfromks Level 1 Level 1

I have two problems - first, I just lost my iPad which was not password protected because I was sure this would never happen - how dumb!  Is there any way to disable it? 

 

Second, I double clicked my iPhone 4S when turning it on, and Siri has taken over!  I can't use the touch method anymore, she instructs me to double click; I can't swipe the screen or make it larger or smaller, etc.  How can I get out of this mode?  Many thanks!!!


iPad, also an iPhone 4S
Reply by Chamar on Apr 12, 2013 11:07 PM Helpful
If you have not password protected it or installed Find My iPhone there is nothing you can do.  See Reporting a lost or stolen Apple device. Try a reset.  Press and hold the Home and On/Off buttons simultaneously until you see the Apple logo.  This may take 10 - 15 seconds and is the equivalent of a re-boot.  You will not lose any data.
Reply by shldr2thewheel on Apr 12, 2013 11:04 PM Helpful
rosalindfromks wrote: I have two problems - first, I just lost my iPad which was not password protected because I was sure this would never happen - how dumb!  Is there any way to disable it?  Not unless "find my iPhone" was set up before it was lost.

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