ByPass Your Android Lockscreen Even If you forgot the Password

We cannot describe the feeling that we have when our smartphone is locked by a password that we forgot. We all have different reasons for securing the phone by a password but the problem we face when we forget the pattern is common to all of us.

This time we are discussing the solutions to this serious problem. we prepared a list of solutions for tackling the matter.

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1.Using Your Google Account's Password

  In this method, you will need

·       Your smartphone

·       Access to your Google account

This method uses your Google recovery account to recover your password and unlock the device

1. Tap forgot password (this feature available only in certain smartphones) A new A menu will appear.

2. In the Menu tap Sign In. Enter Your Google account details.

3. Your Device get unlocked now and you have full access to your device.

Another problem starts sometimes when you enter the wrong Pattern/password too many times


2.If You Have Entered The Wrong Password Too Many Times

1. Tap forgot password (this feature available only in certain smartphones) A new A menu will appear.

2. In the Menu tap Sign In. Enter Your Google account details.

3. Your Device gets unlocked now and you have full access to your device.


3. ABD Commands On An Unrooted Device

If you are not familiar with these commands then you need not worry. You can easily unlock your phone but You should have USB debugging enabled.

1.if you do not have any android SDK tools installed or enabled your device ABD commands then please enable these features to complete this process.

2. Next, you’ll need to confirm that you have SDK and ADB set up correctly. If you’ve already confirmed this before, please skip to Step 3.

To do this, open your platform-tools folder, and then the command prompt inside of it.

  • You can open the command prompt in a folder with Shift + right-click, then select open command window here.

Now there are two commands you need to enter to confirm your ADB setup. The first is:

  • ADB version

This will reveal the version number of your ADB software if done correctly. For the next command, make sure your device is connected to the PC:

  • ADB devices

If your device is connected, the serial number should appear in the command prompt window. If you were unable to retrieve the serial number, please try this step again until successful.

3. USB debugging needs to be enabled for this method to work as intended, but there is a way to circumvent this.

If you boot into recovery mode, you can do these steps as normal without the need for USB debugging. However, your partition may need to be mounted, to do this:

  • Go to Mounts and Storage in your recovery.
  • Now mount /data.

Now you can proceed if you have USB debugging enabled 

4. Your phone is now connected to PC  and you have to enter these commands one after the other:

  • ADB shell
  • cd /data/data.com.android.providers.settings/databases
  • sqlite3 settings.db
  • update system set value=0 where name=’lock_pattern_autolock’;
  • update system set value=0 where name=’lock screen.lockedoutpermanently’;
  • .quit

After you’ve completed this, reboot your device. If this doesn’t reset your lock screen, then please advance to Step 5.

5. With your connected to PC enter this ultimate command prompt-

  • adb shell rm /data/system/gesture.key

Guys that's all for today if you have any queries then you can ask and give your reviews in the comments section.


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