Hi -- In a nutshell, someone set a passcode on my phone and now it is disabled and says connect to iTunes. When i connect to iTunes, it says to repsond to your phone so the computer can gain access. I can't respond because its disabled (circlejerk.) I do not use the cloud to backup my photos. I have been told my last resort to try to save some of the photos currently on the device is to find a third party software to get the photos off of it. I dont care about anything else as long as I can get the photos off of it and stored somewhere else. Do you know of any third party options? Please help me.
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