Here’s how to bypass lock screen on Android powered device without needing to root your device. It’s possible to remove / bypass lockscreen on Android if you have forgotten pin, pattern or password with no root required. This is the easiest method to remove lock screen restriction on Android devices.
We posted another post which related to the same bypassing lock screen on Android but the problem with that method was it didn’t work on all Android devices. It also required additional tools to work properly on specific devices. But this method has no such restrictions. Let’s see how to bypass lockscreen on Android without root.
If you have been wondering how its possible bypass lockscreen on Android without rooting, the answer is in the guide below. Yes, you read it right, it doesn’t require any lengthy root process or additional tools to remove lock screen restriction on Android firmware in case you forgot password, pattern, or code to unlock your device.
The guide below is perfect for those who forgot Android device password, or used TWRP recovery to restore device date back to factory setting but can remember the device unlock password which they had set before restoring data. It will also be useful for those who don’t like rooting Android device but forget unlock password, pattern or pin. Or, you can go ahead and try this anyway even if you are not facing any of the above mentioned issues. You can use the instructions in the guide below to bypass any lock screen restriction such as password, pin, or pattern.
There is only one thing that you will need for this method to work on your Android device and that is a TWRP recovery. Make sure your device has a TWRP recovery installed on it before starting the bypass process below.
How To Bypass Lock Screen On Android
1 – Power off your Android device and boot it into the Recovery Mode. The method for booting into the recovery mode varies from device to device. Check the method for entering into the recovery mode for your device from manufacturer’s website or google it.
2 – When your device is in the recovery mode, head over to Advanced > File Manager option.
3 – Next, go to the /data/system directory.
4 – Scroll down and delete the follow files in the directory:
5 – Once done, return to the main menu in recovery mode.
6 – Now, select Reboot > System to reboot your device back into the normal mode.
7 – That’s all.
Now when you see lock screen, simply swipe up and your device will be unlocked just like that. You won’t be required to enter any password, it will enter your device straight into the home screen. You can now set a new password from the Settings app. If you are still facing issues in bypassing lock screen on Android, get in touch via comments section below.