If your phone is password protected and you can’t get into it, LockWiper by iMyFone may be able to help you unlock it. LockWiper is reported to be able to bypass any passcodes, PIN’s, fingerprint ID’s or anything else that prevents you from getting into a phone, and is available for both Android and iOS.
There are many legitimate reasons why you may need LockWiper to bypass a lock screen. You may have forgotten your password, you may have fat fingers and your device has been locked after several incorrect attempts, the screen may be broken and unresponsive, or maybe the Face or Touch ID feature just isn’t recognizing you. If you fall under any of these categories and need help, this is for you.
(If you’d like to skip straight to my verdict of whether I actually recommend LockWiper or not, click here)
How much does LockWiper cost?
These are the pricing options available right now, as of August 2020:
- $39.95 per year
- $59.95 for a lifetime plan
Unless you’re a criminal who has to use LockWiper to constantly get into stolen phones, you’ll probably only need to use this software once. Therefore, you’ll probably only need to go with the cheapest option for $29.95/month, and then cancel it.
As with most software, LockWiper has a free trial version you can download to see if it works for you, so try that before paying for it.
What are the alternatives to LockWiper?
First off, there is no 100% free method or software that does what LockWiper does. If you search for ways to bypass lock screens, there are all kinds of very technical things you can try that may work in certain circumstances and under certain versions of iOS and Android, but they’re never guaranteed to work and may leave you very frustrated. It is easier to just pay $30 for LockWiper unless you really enjoy tinkering with phones. As you can see in the LockWiper screens below, with LockWiper it’s very straightforward and you don’t need any technical knowledge or have to worry about it deleting your data.
As far as similar software, the closest software to LockWiper is Dr.Fone by Wondershare (also based in Shenzhen, China like iMyFone), which like LockWiper works with both iOS and Android and is very well known. I have not personally tested Dr.Fone as I haven’t needed to use it, but it may be worth checking out if LockWiper doesn’t work for you for some reason.
If you just want to bypass your phone’s lock screen and don’t care if your data is wiped, you can always do a full factory reset if your phone is Android, or if you have an iPhone, you can use iTunes to unlock your screen password — but this will delete everything on your phone.
Where can I find a crack / torrent / keygen / license / serial key for LockWiper?
If you want to use LockWiper, buy it. We don’t condone stealing software. I highly doubt there is a working free version of LockWiper anyway (if you find something claiming to be a free version, it’s probably malware).
Are there any discount codes for LockWiper?
There are no working discount codes for LockWiper that I’m aware of. I tried some of the coupons different coupon sites list for it, but none of them work and appear to be completely fake. On this page on the iMyFone website they list the code FGS-2OD-PKL, but that’s from 2018 and it didn’t work for me.
To the best of my knowledge, iMyFone is also not in the habit of running sales or discounts — their pricing seems to stay the same all the time.
If there are any promotions or discounts running for LockWiper, they may be listed at the following product links:
Is LockWiper safe?
Yes. You do not need to worry about LockWiper messing up your device in any way or deleting your data. All the software does is get past the lock screen, nothing else.
How does LockWiper work?
Here’s a walkthrough of LockWiper. I mainly tested the Android version since I have a Samsung phone, but it works just as well for iOS. Here’s what the start screens look like for both the iOS and Android versions (you can see they operate a little differently, since the process for unlocking Android vs iPhone is completely different):
Android version start screen
iPhone version start screen
From there, you just click on whatever option is applicable to you and follow the simple instructions. LockWiper is extremely simple to use from the point of view of the user — there’s nothing complicated about it at all. Here are a few screens showing the software in action to give you an idea of what it’s like (I’m only including a handful):
Yes, LockWiper usually works, and it’s legitimate software. The company behind it, iMyFone, is also a real company (see our iMyFone review). HOWEVER: LockWiper is not guaranteed to work for you, as all phones and Android/iOS versions have different success rates with the software, and unfortunately, it’s near-impossible to write software that works with every phone and every version of Android/iOS that has ever been released. That’s because new versions of these operating systems always introduce changes and new potential problems. I do recommend trying LockWiper and seeing if it works for you, as it’ll probably be your best chance of unlocking your device, and the price is well worth it for the time you’d save over spending hours and hours trying to solve the issue yourself. You can try the free trial version and that’ll be enough to tell you if it’ll work on your device. If it does, you can get the paid version.
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