Locked your Android smartphone? Can't open it? Unlock in these easy steps

If you have forgotten the password of your Android smartphone, then you can unlock it with DroidKit. Here’s how.

| Updated on: Aug 21 2022, 23:17 IST
Phone Password
You can unlock your Android smartphone with DroidKit application. (Pixabay)
Phone Password
You can unlock your Android smartphone with DroidKit application. (Pixabay)

Keeping your Android phone protected with the password or PIN from the prying eyes of kids or someone else is important. But in the time of fingerprint sensor and Face ID unlocking, there are chances that you tend to forget the PIN, password, or pattern of your Android phone. And what if your fingerprint sensor or Face ID is not working too? Moreover, nothing can be worse than crossing the limit to try your password. It seems like the whole world is against you! But don't worry, this trick is with you!

If you have forgotten or don't know the password of your Android phone, still you can access it in many ways. Here, we are talking about DroidKit. DroidKit is a trustworthy and comprehensive application that can assist you with a variety of Android issues, including unlocking your device's screen passcode. You can use DroidKit to unlock any kind of passcode including PIN codes, pattern passwords, fingerprint ID, facial recognition, and traditional 4 to 6-digit passwords.

Thinking about its support with your Android phone? Don't worry, DroidKit is compatible with all kinds of Android devices. Also, it doesn't require any strict preconditions to work with your device. You can easily download the app from your Windows or macOS computer and connect it with your phone using a charging USB cable. Here are the steps to use the DroidKit app to unlock your Android phone.

How to unlock your Android phone via using DroidKit app

Step 1: Download and install the DroidKit app from your Windows or macOS computer.
Step 2: Then, launch the DroidKit app and tap on the 'Unlock Screen'.
Step 3: Following that, you will need to connect your Android phone with the computer using a USB cable. Once it is connected, tap on 'Start'.
Step 4: It will open a 'Preparing Device COnfiguration File tab with a progress bar, that will show the status of the configuration process.
Step 5: Once the configuration process will be completed, you will be notified. Then, you will need to click on 'Remove Now'.
Step 6: Select your Android phone brand and tap 'Next'.
Step 7: You will be required to put your device into recovery mode and delete the cache partition. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for your specific phone and do the procedure on your smartphone.
Step 8: When it is completed, you will get the 'Removing Screen Lock' option with a progress bar. You have to wait for a few minutes. Once done, then you can easily access your Android device.

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First Published Date: 08 Jan, 19:38 IST