my ex girlfriend changed my password and security questions and recovery email. i need help?

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now she has locked up my ipad and i spoke with apple but without changing the password to my own then i cant do anything with my ipad she has it locked

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  • 2 years ago

    Nothing You have to DO...

  • 2 years ago

    Try to pick up her phone and threaten her to break her phone, if she wont tell you the password

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    Did you give her your password while you were together I hope? Even then when you broke up should of changed everything so she don’t know anymore, you can get your Facebook back by showing your id maybe the rest to somehow but I don’t know, you might have to disable your phone go to the company for that, whatever email account you have yahoo, gmail or hotmail or other you can try contacting their customer service and ask for help they will ask your email information, who you sent your emails to the subjects your birth to prove it’s your email, all you can do is hope to get your email back I hope she can’t purchase anything with that stuff if that’s the case you might want to close your credit card get a new one so she can’t buy anything.

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    Smack the living shi t out of her. Then ask for a password reset

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  • 2 years ago

    She is probably using your Email address to send kiddy porn.

    You better get your passport in order and start looking for non-extradition countries.

  • 2 years ago

    Nothing you can do, should have thought of that before you gave some chick all your passwords. Hard way to learn that lesson..

  • 2 years ago

    Your Ex should not have known your password. That was your mistake.

    You didn't say what account you were talking about, although I guess it was some form of Apple account.

    You might have to create a new account and get replacement iPad.

  • 2 years ago

    You need to keep in mind that thieves keep a litany of stories they use to try and convince others that they have been wronged with respect to their passwords, security questions, and equipment, all in an effort to find a way into the system they are trying to get in illegally. I'm not saying you are that person. I am simply trying to explain why passwords and security questions, whether they are changed by a mad girlfriend or not, are there to protect innocent people from theft. Hence the reason there is NO WAY for you to bypass security questions or "forgotten" passwords.

    Now, depending on the email service you have (which you didn't say) you can call some of the email service companies to prove your identity and they can give you a new generic password to get in and reset it. Other companies can let you in as long as you provide sufficient information to prove you are who you say you are and that the email account is really yours.

    You can also report her to the FBI as a computer crime. I am not a person in the legal field, so I have no idea if what she has done is a punishable crime. But you can try. Here is that link: https://www.justice.gov/criminal-ccips/reporting-c...

    If the email company has no way for you to prove your identity and if the FBI doesn't consider what has happened to be a punishable crime, then all you have left is to create a new email account (make sure you don't use security questions with answers that anybody who knows you personally can also know - such as an angry ex girlfriend - so either select questions no one could possibly know answers to OR give fake answers to those questions, making sure of course YOU REMEMBER the fake answers) to solve the mail issue (then email everyone to tell them your new email address).

    For the ipad, reset it. If you don't know how, or if it won't reset even without a password, take it to Apple. You will have to prove you own the ipad, of course. If it won't reset, or if you can't prove you own it, then you have to buy a new ipad.

    • Dave
      Lv 7
      2 years agoReport

      You can't reset an iPad that is under someone elses iCloud account. That's a basic theft prevention tool. Even if you can prove you once owned it, they will NOT touch a device locked under someone elses iCloud, period.

  • Dave
    Lv 7
    2 years ago

    Nothing you can do, should have thought of that before you gave some chick all your passwords. Hard way to learn that lesson.

  • 2 years ago

    now she has locked up my ipad and i spoke with apple but without changing the password to my own then i cant do anything with my ipad she has it locked

    • Richard
      Lv 7
      2 years agoReport

      NEVER submit an answer to your own question. You should delete this answer.

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