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I am assuming she either set a new pin/password for you by mistake or you already had a pin/password before she locked it that you cannot remember. Either way you need to reset the pic/password. Here are the instructions for Android 4.4 which you are using: "Older versions of Android — Android 4.4 KitKat and older — have an integrated way to bypass your ...


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This happened to one of my friend some time ago. But his device and android version were different Why you're trying to connect to any connection? Just remove the sim card and skip the "Connect to a Network" step. It will give you a prompt, select the `SKIP ANYWAY` option and you're good to go !. Later you can insert your sim card and connect to your ...


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The short answer is no. And the long answer is nooooooooooo. But in a more serious tone, really, the answer is no. A factory reset resets the device to its factory state, as in before you owned the device and it still had that factory fresh smell. Unless you made backups of your files and applications, you will need to re-download/reacquire your ...


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Turn the phone off the usual way With it off, hold down the power button, volume down button and home key for around 20 seconds It'll start up and show an icon. Press volume down, then a menu will appear Use the volume keys up/down to highlight wipe data/factory reset and then use power button to select it Confirm the same way (volume keys to highlight, ...



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