"Because I lost my pattern, I can’t log into my Android phone. How can I factory reset and re-set up my Android phone? I’m not sure how to accomplish that; can anybody assist me?"
Forgetting your Android phone’s password or pattern is one of the most annoying things. In this scenario, your phone is rendered unusable. The techniques we describe here on how to reset a locked Android phone can assist you. They also work if your phone is overwhelmed with applications and you need to reset it.
Methord 1:Manually Factory Reset An Android Phone That Has Been Locked
When your Android phone is locked, how can you reset it? The method for hard resetting a locked Android phone (Samsung/LG/HTC/Sony/Huawei) varies by manufacturer. All data on your Android phone will be erased if you do a manual factory reset. Follow the steps outlined below to complete it.
Reset a Samsung phone that has been locked:
1 At the same time, press and hold the power button, the home key, and the volume up key. The Samsung logo will show on the screen.
2 Scroll down with the volume down key to erase data/factory reset. By hitting the power key, choose ‘Yes’ and erase the phone’s data.
3 Then choose System Reboot. The phone will restart and the samsung phone will be unlocked.
Reset an HTC phone that has been locked:
1 Try five different random patterns or PINs.
2 You will be offered the options ‘FORGOT PATTERN’ or ‘FORGOT PASSWORD’ if you try to login five times with incorrect PINs or patterns.
3 When you click it, you’ll be sent to a Google account login page where you may input your Google account credentials and create a new password by following the instructions.
Reset an LG phone that has been locked:
1 Switch off your phone. At the same moment, press and hold the Power and Volume Down keys.
2 Release the Power key when the LG logo appears, then press and hold the Power key again.
3 Release all keys when the Factory Reset screen appears.
4 To cancel, press the Volume Keys; to continue, press the Power Key.
5 Press the Power Key or either of the Volume keys once more to confirm.
Reset a Sony phone that has been locked:
1 Turn your phone off and press and hold the volume down and power keys together until the Sony logo appears on the screen.
2 When you release the buttons, you’ll be sent to a recovery screen. To browse the menu, use the volume keys as up and down arrow keys.
3 Select ‘wipedata/factory reset’ by pressing the power button.
4 Select ‘Yes’ and wait by pressing either of the volume buttons again.
Reset a Huawei Android phone that has been locked:
1 Turn off your phone.
2 To turn on the phone, press and hold the volume down and up buttons, as well as the power key, at the same time.
3 Select ‘wipe data/factory reset’ by pressing the volume down button.
4 Select ‘Yes — erase all user data’ by pressing the volume down button.
5 Finally, click the power button to restart your phone.
Methord 2: Using 4uKey for Android to Reset a Locked Android Phone
Tenorshare 4uKey for Android Unlocker may be used to reset an Android phone that has been locked. Within minutes, it will bypass the passcode and unlock your locked Android phone.
1 Download and install the program on your computer, then use a USB connection to connect your phone to it.
2 Select "Remove Screen Lock" option to remove the password/lock screen code.
3 To reset your Android phone, choose "Remove Screen Lock" once again.
Whether you’re fortunate enough to have an old Samsung phone, pick another feature and see if your phone is on the list of devices that can circumvent the password without losing data.
4 Then, to begin resetting your locked Android phone, follow the software instructions. You’ll see that the password/lock screen code has been successfully erased once the phone has been reset.
Methord 3: Using Find My Mobile to Reset an Android Phone to Factory Settings
If you’re a Samsung customer who wants to know how to unlock a locked Android phone, you can utilize Find My Mobile. This feature is only available to Samsung Android phone customers who have previously created a Samsung account and activated ‘Remote unlock.’
1 Use a USB cord to connect your Samsung phone to your computer.
2 Log in to the findmymobile.samsung.com website using a different smartphone.
3 On the home page, click ‘UNLOCK.’
4 Click ‘UNLOCK’ after entering the password you used to sign in.
5 You may now use this method to unlock a locked Samsung phone and get access to it.
Methord 4: Using A Google Account To Reset A Locked Android Phone
This technique is only compatible with Android phones running version 4.4 or below. After a certain number of unsuccessful login attempts (password, pin, or pattern), the phone prompts you to input your Google account login information. To unlock the screen and reset the android phone while it is locked, enter your account credentials, email, and password.
The techniques we’ve shown here should have assisted you in unlocking a locked Android phone that has forgotten its pattern. You will lose messages, pictures, contacts, and other data from your Android phone’s internal memory if you reset it to factory settings. 4uKey for Android is, on the whole, the most effective and highly recommended.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]