Android Device Manager – Google Find My Device

You can remotely reset your android mobile device with Android Device Manager or Google find my device feature.

You can also remotely play sound on your android device and find your device if you lost.

 

Reset with Google Find My Device

This Reset option will erase all your device data. You won’t recover data after reset. And also you can’t find your device location.

  • On a PC or a phone, go to the Android Device Manager.
  • Using the same Google account you used for setting up your phone, sign in.
  • Next, You will see three different options,
    • Play Sound
    • Secure device
    • Erase device

Unlock with Find my device

  • Afterward, click on Erase device option and you will see Erase all data menu.
  • Finally, Tap on the Erase option.
  • Successfully unlocked your Mobile.

 

 

 

Android Device Manager – Google Find My Device

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  1. If you had its bootloader unlocked before, the following steps are simple to follow.
    1. (Skip if done) Flash a custom recovery
    2. Reboot into that custom recovery, connect the Tab to a PC (with adb installed on it), open a command prompt and run these commands (bold text is typed manually)

    ibug@ubuntu:~ $ adb shell
    shell@android:/ $ su
    root@android:/ # cd /data/system
    root@android:/ # rm -f password.key gesture.key lock*
    root@android:/ # reboot

  2. o reboot to recovery
    • In TWRP, go to “Advanced” > “File Manager”
    • In TWRP File Manager, go to /data/system folder
    • Find and delete the following files:
    Code:
    locksettings.db-wal
    locksettings.db-shm
    locksettings.db

    Reboot.Done

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