How to Bypass iCloud Activation Lock on iPhone?

I’ve bought a second-hand iPhone and reset it and now it asks me to enter iCloud ID & Password which I don’t. so I went to Google and tried to find the solution and then I see an article that shows 4 ways to Bypass the iCloud Activation lock. so can somebody please tell me the best one from the given four ways in the article. the article link I’ve left below.

How to ByPass iCloud Activation Lock on iPhone 11/Xr/Max/X/8/7/6

iphone – icloud keychain is turned on but does not suggest passwords

For a while now safari on my iphone (iphone 6s, ios 13) has stopped suggesting strong passwords when I am signing up for new webstites online.

iCloud keychain is turned on, however safari will not suggest new passwords. I have also tried switching keychain off and on again, and switching password autofill off and on again.

macos – Apple Photos and iCloud

So from what I understood, if I have Apple Photos on my Mac set up with iCloud it will upload Photos to iCloud and only store a representation locally, thus free local disk space.

I have now importet a bunch of folders and my disk only has 112 MB of free space, so I’d assume there is enough “storage pressure” for deleting local copies but I cannot see any upload status nor does it appear that Photos wants to reduce local disk space.

Edit:

It appears Photos stopped uploading for lack of local disk space, which will be the primary reason why it cannot upload and it cannot free local disk space.
upload for ... objects stopped. lack of local disk space

How can I fix this?

icloud – Cannot backup Documents folder

I use the open source borg backup tool to make a daily backup of my Documents folder which is also on iCloud drive. I use a LaunchAgent stored in my local library directory to execute a bash script which takes care of the backup. The script also does a backup of another folder which is not on iCloud drive and this works just fine. However, the documents folder is not properly backup up. Just an empty folder is created. If I run the bash script manually, then all works fine. I suspect it is some security measure by Apple that prevents the automatic backup of the folder. Can’t help but think of this Apple ad

Does anyone know how to solve this? And no, I don’t want to use TimeMachine for a variety of reasons.

Backing up iCloud Drive folder with Borg Backup

I use the open source borg backup tool to make a daily backup of my Documents folder which is also on iCloud drive. I use a LaunchAgent stored in my local library directory to execute a bash script which takes care of the backup. The script also does a backup of another folder which is not on iCloud drive and this works just fine. However, the documents folder is not properly backup up. Just an empty folder is created. If I run the bash script manually, then all works fine. I suspect it is some security measure by Apple that prevents the automatic backup of the folder. Can’t help but think of this Apple ad

Does anyone know how to solve this? And no, I don’t want to use TimeMachine for a variety of reasons.

How to cancel an iCloud download on macOS X (Sierra)?

The “X” button in the “Downloading” window does not seem to work as clicking it did not cancel the process. It actually finished despite pressing the button repeatedly.

Also, where do the downloaded files go? There was no “Save to” dialog box or anything similar to let me choose the storage location. It just automatically started.

iCloud Photos Deletion without waiting iphone 6

I would like to completely delete the photos/videos backup on icloud. After completely deleting them, I want to reupload from scratch. I have turned off icloud photos backup and it says to wait for 30 days. My photos backup size is around 25Gb and my icloud storage is 50GB. For some reasons I signed out of the apple account and signed in using another and messed around with some settings, it might have affected my old account backup. Therefore, it is not reuploading the photos today from my old account saying not enough backup storage. I assume that it is duplicating the backups 25GB old and 25GB new, adding upto 50GB hence more than my storage capacity. I thought to remove the old backup of photos from icloud and reupload the photos from start, as a solution to this problem. I only have iphone6 and do not have MAC or any other apple device. I checked the previous posts but the solutions are of few years back. Wondering maybe have some changing after the ios updates. Possible solutions would be highly appreciated to avoid waiting 30 days.