How to Bypass Android Lock Screen (5+ Ways) |

Many times we sucked with the lock screen after changing lock pattern or pin. Now I this guide, I am going to give you solutions how to bypass android lock screen. Even if your lock screen is more secure than ever. Many people want to know about the pattern lock unlock software which free download for unlocking. How to disable pattern and pin lock on their locked android phone? And other queries related to which people want to how to do this.

In this, I am going to discuss how to bypass android lock screen without the reset, how to bypass android lock screen using the emergency call, how to bypass android lock screen without the google account, how to bypass android lock screen without losing data and the solution of many other queries. Here I am going to discuss the seven ways which are really helpful in bypassing the android lock screen.

How to Bypass Android Lock Screen (5+ Ways) |

How to Bypass Android Lock Screen (5+ Ways)

Even these are easy and simple ways for screen lock bypass. If you want to know how to unlock the android phone and what are easy steps for android phone lock screen. Then you are at right place and here I am going to discuss easy and simple steps for unlocking your android phones.  In this guide, I am going to show you more than 5 ways to bypass android secured lock screen.

You are going to bypass android lock screen with/without the reset, bypass android lock screen using emergency call, bypass android lock screen with/without google account and other ways. Listed methods are not going to take too much time and you can unlock your android phone easily. I am also going to add one third-party application for bypassing or unlock your Android phone.





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8 Methods to Bypass Android Lock Screen

Method 1. Android Device Manager (ADM)/Find My Device

Android Device Manager is best and easiest method to bypass android lock screen. Because you can easily access it through your Gmail account. You can use this from your laptop and computer and you can find your android device.

How to Bypass Android Lock Screen (5+ Ways) | 1But if you are using an android device of 8.1 or higher than it doesn’t work. If you are trying thins on Android 7.1 or lower then it will work. First of all, you have to visit here (Find My Device) on your PC or Laptop. After that select your device and just click on Secure Device and if you are getting any kind of trouble then click on the refresh button in front of your selected device.

How to Bypass Android Lock Screen (5+ Ways) |Now after clicking on the Secure Device/Lock button, you will get the prompted message of entering the new password, which will replace the pattern, PIN, or password that you forgot. Now type the new password twice to confirm your choice, then click the Secure Device/Lock button.

Method 2. Samsung’s ‘Find My Mobile’ Service

If you have a Samsung device then they provide you a similar service called Find My Mobile of find my device. If you have Samsung device then you should try this service first. For start finding your device, you need to click on this link to open it on your other device browser and sign in with your Samsung account. If you don’t have an account then you can’t proceed it.

After login with your Samsung account click on the Lock my screen button. Now enter a new password or PIN then click the “Lock” button near the bottom of the screen.

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Method 3. Forgot Pattern Feature

This one is the default feature on your Android device. If you forget your pattern lock then here is the best option for recovering your pattern locks. You need to tap on forget pattern locks.  After 5 failed to unlock attempts, you’ll see a message that says Try again in 30 seconds. Well, when you tap on the forget pattern lock then you will get the box where you have to Enter Google account details and then enter your primary google account details. Google will either send you an email with your unlock pattern, or you can change it right then and there.

Method 4. Factory Reset

This is the other solution for bypassing Android lock screen. This method is not easy and you have to save your data in your other storage device from phone storage. But due to a new anti-theft feature called Factory Reset Protection, you’ll need to know your Google account password to use this method.

These processes depend on your device but most of the devices start by powering the device completely off and when the screen goes black, press and hold the volume down and power buttons simultaneously, which will bring up Android’s bootloader menu. After that press, the volume down button twice to highlight the Recovery mode option, then press the power button to select it.

After that hold the power button down and tap the volume up button once, then your phone should enter recovery mode. From here, use the volume buttons to highlight the Wipe data/factory reset option, then press the power button to select it. When the process is finished, select the Reboot system now option and you should no longer be locked out of your phone. After that, you have to setup all things as you set up in the new android phone.

Method 5. ADB to Delete the Password File

Before starting this I would like to remind you one thing about USB Debugging. Because ADB can’t be processed if you don’t have enabled it before.

For this, you don’t need to do so many things first connect your phone to the computer using USB. After that open CMD as administrator. After that enter this command and hit enter.

adb shell rm /data/system/gesture.key

Now, reboot your phone and the secure lock screen should be gone and it allowing you to access your phone. But remember this is for the limited time so first setup new PIN, Password or Pattern before it reboots.

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Method 6. Safe Mode Boot

Booting your phone in safe mood is one of the easiest methods for Bypass Android Lock Screen. But it only works when you have used the third-party app for lock the screen.

Whatever, If you have used then this one is the easiest method. You need to long press on power button and when Power Off appears on screen then also long press on that and you will get a message reboot to safe mode. Then Tap on OK and when the process finishes, your third-party lock screen app will be temporarily disabled. Now first uninstall the app or clear the cache file of apps.

Method 7. Crashing Lock Screen UI (Using Emergency Call)

If you are currently running on Android 5.5 then this feature will work fine and you can Bypass Android Lock Screen using Emergency call.

First, tap the Emergency Call option on your lock android screen, then use the dialer interface to enter 10 asterisks. Then double-tap the field to select the entered text and choose Copy, then paste it into the same field to double the amount of entered characters. Repeat this same process of copying and pasting to add more characters until double-tapping the field no longer highlights the characters.

Now go back to the lock screen and open the camera shortcut. Then pull down the notification shade and tap the Settings icon, then you’ll be prompted to enter a password. Now start pasting the words several times again until your lock screen will crash. After that, it will allow you to access the rest of your phone’s interface.

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Closing Words

These are easiest and most reliable ways to bypass android lock screen. To be honest most of the methods are not working on new updated android versions. Whatever we have more than 5 methods and here I also discussed according to the version of the Android device which will work fine. There are also many third-party applications which will work fine but you need to know the steps according to the app’s features. Well, these are the free methods for bypass android lock screen.

6 thoughts on “How to Bypass Android Lock Screen (5+ Ways) |

  1. Dieter

    I am using most of the time my iPhone and had in the past an HTC which used to run on a modified Android. Now I have a Samsung which I will try to use for some testing 🙂

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