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It is very possible for someone to unlock it, especially with the right skills. Here is what I don't like about pattern unlocks: I once sat next to someone at school who wiped his 'friends' phone screen off, and then waited for him to unlock it. He then stole it and looked at the smudge on the screen to get the unlock pattern. In my personal experience, ...
The password recovery is the same as recovering your forgotten Google account password. On your computer, go to Google Account Recovery and follow the instructions there. The process depends on many things, such as do you have 2-step verification installed, do you have backup codes or have you set up an alternate email.
For information about seeing log messages, look at the answers to How can I view and examine the Android log? Note that the behaviour is different between 4.1-jelly-bean and prior versions. Android users don't work like users on a normal GNU/Linux system, so unlocking the lock screen is not a "login" in the same way that logging into a terminal session, ...
If that is a malware, it will take care to leave no tracks (i.e. deleting the sent message). Two things you should do ASAP: Contact your provider and check what messages where sent. Especially expensive "Premium" messages. It could be something sends "just spam", but it also could be some "money generator". Check with a permission checker what apps have ...
NiLS Notifications Lock Screen will display all notifications on the lock screen. In the case of an SMS message, it displays the content of the SMS message in the lock screen notification.
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