Everybody does not remember their device’s lockscreen password at some time, it doesn’t matter if it is a pattern, PIN or pass word, and just searching for the smear marks on-screen does not usually cut this either. The good news is, Android gives a couple of means to bypass the security of lock screen. Here are two tactics to try to do this on Galaxy S3 and S4. A similar procedure will work on several other Samsung gadgets too. Here’s just go through this to learn that how to bypass Galaxy S3 & S4 lock screen security.
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The moment you waste your tries to unlock the device it does not automatically erase the device contents. It just ask you to unlock this in a different way – having a backup PIN you have already setup or having the Google account information on device. As soon as you have waste your tries, you will see a pop-up window informing you to hold back to retry and with the prompt in the bottom, so either use the PIN or just enter the Google account information and sign-in. Definitely your Galaxy will be unlocked and the lock screen options page will be shown to you.
When you set initially a pattern lock you will be asked to give a backup PIN.
In case you attempt so many times you will see the bypass options in the bottom and a pop-up message to attempt again in 30 seconds.
If you recall your PIN, test it (on left) otherwise just enter the Google account information (on right).
You’ll bypass the Galaxy lock screen and will prompted to choose the new one (on left) that’ll substitute your previous one on lock screen (on right).
Type of a final resort, however an easy way to get rid of lock screen PIN or pattern if there is absolutely no way you can enter into your device. Simply we hope that you’d take a complete backup at some point. For this purpose it is very excellent idea to take the backups regularly so if you need factory reset so you have the latest data to recover. I am repeating: performing this will wipe the phone’s contents completely.
Hold the Power with Home & Volume Up and you will find the wipe option for factory reset.
To data/factory reset will locked the Galaxy device without having access to menu, simply you’ve to enter into Recovery Mode by pressing Volume-Up, Power & Home buttons concurrently right until you find the logo of Samsung, then release the Power but keep press the other two buttons right until you find the Android on the back. Makes use of the volume rocker to choose the wipe factory reset. press the “Power” button to select and scroll-down to option ‘yes, wipe all the user data’. You are accomplished. Reboot the device and now the device will boot up with no lock screen, pattern or PIN lock.