Remove Android Screen Lock – How To Guide
Have you ever forgotten your Android phone’s screen lock password/PIN/pattern/fingerprint? Or for some other reasons your Android phone or tablet screen is locked and you are not able to access your device.
Keep calm! Android Unock, unlock your phone’s screen lock without losing any data from your Samsung or LG Android phone and tablets. And removes locked screen with data loss of all mainstream Android models including HTC, Sony, Huawei, Nokia, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, Honor, ZTE, Panasonic, etc.
- Part 1: Unlock Android Lock Screen In Standard Mode
- Part 2. Unlock Android Lock Screen In Advanced Mode
Part 1: Unlock Android Lock Screen In Standard Mode
Now let us see how this tool works to remove screen lock in standard mode.
Step 1: Connect Your Android Device To Computer
Launch Android Lock Screen Removal on your computer and then click on “Screen Unlock” among the available options.
Connect your Android device to the computer with the use of USB cable. Then click on the “Unlock Android Screen” on the software interface.
Step 2. Select Screen Unlock Mode
Here you will get two methods. Choose “100% Remove Screen Lock” method to remove screen lock but it will wipe all your data from your phone. If you don’t want to lose your data then choose “Remove Without Data Loss” method.
Step 3: Choose Your Device Model
The software support almost all Android device such as Samsung, LG, Huawei, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Motorola, etc. As the recovery package for different phone model is different, hence it is important that you must choose the correct phone model from the available list.
Step 4: Enter Into Download Mode
Now follow the instruction to get your device into Download Mode.
- Turn off your Android phone and tablets.
- Press & hold “Volume Down”, “Home” and “Power” button at the same time.
- Then press “Volume UP” to enter into Download Mode.
Step 5: Download Recovery Package
When your phone enters into download mode, it will start the downloading of recovery package. Wait till download gets completed.
Step 6: Disable Android Lock Screen Without Data Loss
Once the recovery package gets download, click on “Remove Now” and type the confirmation code to unlock your screen lock. This process will not delete any data from your Android phone or tablet.
Once the whole process gets completed, you will be able to access your Android phone/tablet without typing any passcodes and you can view all your files.
Part 2. Unlock Android Lock Screen In Advanced Mode
If in the device list you cannot find your Android model name, then you need to select the advance mode to unlock your Android lock screen.
Below follow the steps how to do it:
Note: Advance mode erases your Android device data.
Step 1: Choose The Advance Mode
Choose the second option “I can’t find my device model from the list above”.
After that Android Unlock software will prepare to remove the screen lock.
When the configuration file is prepared properly, then click on “Unlock Now”.
Step 2: Enter In Recovery Mode
Now you have to boot your Android phone into recovery mode.
Steps For Android Phone With Home Button:
- First switch OFF your Android device.
- Long press “Volume Down” & “Power” button together to restart your Android phone.
- When screen turns black, instantly long press the “Volume UP” + “Home” + “Power” button for few seconds.
- At last release all the buttons when it shows brand logo.
Steps For Android Phone Without Home Button:
- First Turn OFF your Android phone. If you are asked to enter a lock screen passcode, then long press “Volume Down” & “Power” button together to force restart your Android phone.
- When screen turns black, instantly you have to long press “Volume UP” + “Bixby” + “Power” buttons for few seconds.
- When the brand logo appears then release all the buttons.
Step 3: Disable The Android Lock Screen
Once the recovery mode is activated, follow the on-screen steps to erase all the device settings.
After it erases device settings, you will see that your Android device lock screen is removed.
Google FRP Bypass – How To Guide
“I’ve purchased a second-hand Samsung device but I don’t know the password or the previous Google account. Is there a method to bypass Google FRP lock?”
If you are trying hard to get into the home screen of your Samsung phones or tablets, like the Samsung Galaxy S21. Then, it would be better if you know about Samsung S21/A20 FRP unlock process. The issue is that due to an unsafe factory reset the (FRP) Factory Reset Protection has been turned on. Therefore, you will have to bypass Google FRP before using your Samsung phone.
Luckily, there is a quick shortcut maker FRP bypass available in the phone that can help you to turn off the Samsung S22/A12 account and get into your phone’s home screen. That is – Screen Unlock. This tutorial will provide you some effective solutions, that you can use to fix the problem.
- When You Don’t Know The OS Version
- Bypass FRP Lock Google Account On Android 6/9/10
- Bypass FRP Lock Google Account On Android 7/8
Bypass FRP Lock Google Account on Samsung Phones If You Don’t Know The OS Version
If you have purchased a second-hand Samsung S9/S10 from a stranger and you are not able to reach out to the stranger anymore and if you don’t know the OS version. For those who don’t know the model of their Samsung phone and are stuck on the FRP interface, then you can click on the “Not sure the OS version?” to figure out the model of their Samsung device. Additionally, the software will help you with the steps to get your device into Recovery Mode and help you to get some information about your phone’s operating system version.
We are giving you three different methods according to Samsung phone models. These methods are – Device are with Bixby, Device without Bixby, and Device with Home Button to put your phone in Recovery Mode. These are the steps to follow:
Step 1: First you need to switch off the device and keep the device connected to the computer.
Step 2: Press and hold the Volume Up Key + Bixby + Power button at the same time.
Step 3: Release the buttons after it shows the Samsung logo and then wait for a moment.
Step 4: Now, your phone should boot into Recovery Mode. Click on the “Next” to go forward.
Step 5: The Screen Unlock will enter in your device’s OS version with a magnified number. Then, you can choose the option that includes your phone’s system version to bypass your FRP lock google account.
Bypass FRP Lock Google Account On Android 6/9/10
If you know about your Samsung phone OS version, then you can skip the first solution and start with this solution. For those users who are using the Android 6/9/10 version, so, you can use reset your PIN code way to disable the Google FRP. These are the steps to follow:
Step 1: Start Android Unlock software and click on the “Screen Unlock” option from the home page of software interface and make sure your device is connected to Wi-Fi.
Step 2: Choose “Unlock Android Screen/FRP” option.
Step 3: Select the “Remove Google FRP Lock” option to bypass the Google account on your Samsung phones.
Step 4: There are four kinds of OS versions for you to select from. If you currently using Android 6, 9, or 10, then choose the first circle to continue. If you don’t know the OS version, then select the third option to continue the bypassing process.
Step 5: Then connect your Android phone with Screen Unlock using a USB cable.
Step 6: After the phone has connected, Screen unlock will show phone information for you to confirm and send a notification on the locked Samsung phone.
Step 7: Check the notification on your locked Samsung phone and follow the steps to remove FRP, click on the “View”. And that will get you to the Samsung App Store. Now, install or open the Samsung Internet Browser. Then, type and search the URL “drfonetoolkit.com” in the browser.
Step 8: Click on the “Android6/9/10” option on the page. And click the “Open Settings” option. Then select “PIN” option.
Step 9: Select the “Do not require” option by default and click on the “Continue” button.
Step 10: You need to give a PIN code for the steps. Don’t forget this PIN.
Step 11: Then, click on the “Skip” button to move ahead.
Step 12: Click the “<” button on the phone until you get back to the Wi-Fi connect page. Then click on the “Next” to continue.
Step 13: Now for this step, you need to enter the PIN code you set on the PIN page.
Step 14: When a Google Account Sign-in page with a skip button appears, then you have successfully bypassed FRP. Click the “Skip” option to go forward.
Step 15: Congratulations! Google FRP lock has been disabled/removed from your Samsung phone.
Bypass FRP Lock Google Account On Android 7/8
The steps 1 to 7 have similar to the steps for Android 6/9/10. However, when your phone has been connected to the PC. The next given steps have some differences. These are the steps to follow.
Step 1: Click on the “Android7/8” option on the page after checking the notification on the locked Samsung phone and redirecting to “drfonetoolkit.com”.
Step 2: Now you have to click on the “Download APK” option to download and install the apk file.
Step 3: If the apk has been downloaded, then click on the “Open” button to install it.
Step 4: If the security popup shows, please enter the Settings page to allow it. When you have switched the option “Allow from this source” on, tap the “<” button to get back to the installation.
Step 5: To complete the apk installation follow the guide shown in the software. Click on the “Done” button to get back to the apk download page.
Step 6: When you return to the apk download page, then tap on the “Open Settings”.
Step 7: Navigate to the “Lock screen and security” or “Biometrics and security” options > Other security settings > Device administrators or Device admin apps.
Step 8: You will have to turn off the “Android Device Manager” and “Find My Device” features on this page. Then click on the “Deactivate” to confirm.
Step 9: Now, you also need to turn off the Google Play Service and Google Play Store firsthand. To disable open the “Settings” and click on the Apps > Google Play Services and Google Play Store. Then separately select the “Disable” button.
Step 10: When you return to the apk download page, tap on the “Open Settings”.
Step 11: Now you can Sign in to your Google account or make a new account directly.
Step 12: When you log in to your account, click on the “I agree” button.
Step 13: Now, here we come back to the Settings page again to restore the Find my device, Android device manager, Google play service, and Google play store services at this time. Open the Settings > “Lock screen and security” or “Biometrics and security” options > Other security settings > Device Administrators/Device admin apps, and turn on the “Android Device manager” and “Find My device” features.
Step 14: After the restoration of the features. Now, reboot/restart your Samsung phone when it displays on-screen steps on your page. The Google FRP has been bypassed.