How to Unlock Samsung Smartphone Password without Factory Reset?

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How to unlock android phone after too many attempts

Many times the Android user forgot passwords and try to attempt the passcode many times resulting in the disabled phone. Mostly, kids play around with the phone ending up attempting thewrong passcode many times temporarily or permanently disabling all the features of your Android smartphone. Every smartphone brands have its own limit of password attempts, after that, the system automatically disables the whole system and asks theuser to go for other methods to unlock the device. This may happen when you have enabled pin code, password, or pattern to unlock the device. So, how to unlock Android phone after too many attempts? There are different solutions for Android versions, the method used for Android 4.4 or below is quite an easy and quick task while for Android 5.0 Lollipop or above, the increased security makes it difficult for even the owner to tackle the issue. Here is a step-by-step method on how to recover your Android phone password without taking it to customer care or any tech geek in less than 10 minutes.
The security updates in Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher was tightened enough to remove the Google account verification to unlock the Android smartphone. As World’s leading Smartphone brand, here’s what you can do to unlock Samsung password online.
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For Samsung Users
The theory is quite simple for Samsung users compared to the other Android smartphone users. For Samsung consumers, there is a free service available “Find my Mobile Service.” the pre-requisites include an already created and logged in Samsung account with a working internet connection on your device, wifi will do good. Just go to the official website of Samsung from PC and enter your login details and click on find your enabled device by confirming all the legal terms and agreements provided by the company.

Click on Ring My Device to give a reminder call if you have lost your Android phone somewhere in the house. From the many options provided in the column, select Unlock my device and enter the Samsung account password for confirmation. After the correct password is entered, Samsung will instantly remove any password, pattern, or pin code from the Android device and the Unlock Your Device button will turn green as a confirmation to the unlock service. Now you can unlock your Samsung device without apassword, select the new password, pattern, or pin from the settings tab to set new passcode or pattern for future.

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