iOS 9.3.1 Lockscreen BYPASS: lets you access Photos & Contacts without a Passcode

iOS 9.3.1 Lockscreen BYPASS: lets you access Photos & Contacts without a Passcode

A new lockscreen bypass has hit the internet today. This bypass allows anyone to access through photos and contacts without having to enter a passcode.

A new lockscreen bypass has hit the internet today. This bypass allows anyone to access through photos and contacts without having to enter a passcode

A video showing lockscreen bypass was first uploaded by videosdebarraquito on Youtube. He was successful to access through photos by a simple interaction with Siri.

This does work only on iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus because of its 3D Touch integration. Other devices without 3D Touch unlikely to work with this method. It works on iOS 9 - iOS 9.3.1

Here’s How To Do It
Step 1: Ask Siri “Search Twitter” on lockscreen.

Step 2: Once it asks “What would you like me to search for on Twitter”, say “gmail.com”
It shows all the tweets which have a gmail on it.

Step 3: Now tap on a tweet which has a valid email address.

Step 4: 3D Touch the email address and tap Create New Contact.

Step 6: Tap on add photos so that you can view all the photos inside it. You can also view contacts by tapping on Add to Existing Contact option.

That’s all!

Watch the video here

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