A Common prob. in android Smartphones users are facing is their smartphones is locked after too many wrong pattern attempts
Most of Android smartphones users lock their smartphone using pattern lock for better privacy. (Reason can be they have some 18+ Pics which they don’t want to show to their friends :P)
What is pattern Lock ??The Pattern lock is type of lock which let you draw image by connecting circles which make a pattern. You can only open your mobile if your draw right pattern. In case you draw wrong pattern, you are aksed to redraw the right Pattern
If you are a android user and draw more then 20 times wrong pattern then your smartphone get locked.Now you can’t try new pattern or use any other feature of smartphone.Even you can’t make any Phone call.If this is your case then you are in right place.
Solution to the Prob.
If your smartphone is locked with too many wrong attempts then here we go with our First solution.
Use Google account associated with smartphone. You need to login with your google account & then you can easily disable or change the pattern of your lock but for thisyou your WiFi has to be turned on already because you can’t turn on the WiFi if your smartphone is locked.Another solution is in some smartphones when you press Lock key more then 4-5 seconds you will get a Alert dialogto turn on your Mobile Data pack (Only useful if you have set the APN already)
If WiFi is turned off on your smartphone then you can’t login into your account. You can also enable the WiFi or Mobile data through Android Debug Bridge This method requirement is that you must enabled USB Debugging feature under ‘Developer Options’ on your device
Steps to bypass Lock screen through ADB (Not by turning on the Wifi)1. Download ADB thorugh Google site2. Connect your Device through USB3. Open CMD in windows4. Issue the following Command
5. Now reboot your android device & supply the following Commands6.
7. Restart it8. You’re done now it will accept any new pattern
If you are facing any error then please let me know in Comments
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