What is “iCloud DNS Bypass”?
Every time you setup your iOS device after a factory reset or restore, your iOS device will sent an activation request to Apple server. Apple processes the request and shows the status of your device. And if your device’s Find My iPhone function is turned ON, iCloud Activation Lock screen will pop up, asking you to provide iCloud account login details.
If you have forgotten your login details (Apple ID or password), or you get a second-hand device with iCloud lock enabled, then the iCloud DNS Bypass is here to help you.
Domain Name System (DNS) converts the readable names into numerical IP addresses. It uses the DNS server which acts as a host to run the application. If your device is iCloud locked, a great way is to change its activation path using the DNS method and send it from the original Apple server to iCloud Bypass DNS server for authentication.
You can change the IP server path in the device’s WIFI settings, even if the activation screen is popped up and you are not able to use the device. There is an option for you to enter the manual WIFI setting and change the DNS address.
Once it is DNS activated, you will be able to use several apps, surf the internet, play games, use the camera, and more on your iOS device.
Procedure for DNS Bypass iCloud Activation Lock
Note: Before performing iCloud DNS Bypass, make sure that your device has SIM card installed as it is necessary to complete the process.
Step 1: On the screen, choose your country and language from the menu.
Step 2: Once you proceed it, you will be directed to the WIFI setting page, asking you to connect to a WIFI network. Alongside the WIFI network, look for ‘i’ symbol.
Note: if you don’t see ‘i’ symbol alongside WIFI network, then press Home Button> More WIFI Setting, and look for it.
Step 3: You need to disconnect to the WIFI network. Once you find ‘i’ symbol, go to the connection settings and select Forget this Network.
Step 4: Now, click ‘i’ and enter a DNS server to bypass iCloud Activation Lock according to your location, against DNS tab. Choose the one from the list below:
iCloud Bypass DNS Server IP Addresses
South America: 22.214.171.124
Australia and Oceania: 126.96.36.199
Other continents: 188.8.131.52
Step 5: After entering DNS IP, tap the Back option at the left of the screen. Now, turn on WIFI, select the WIFI network from the list and enter the password.
Step 6: You will see the option of Next page, don’t click it and press Back. Now you are on iCloud Bypass screen.
Step 7: Scroll down the page, go to the Menu and set up your apps, music, internet, camera, etc.