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If you log on to android device manager, you can send a lock request, allowing you to change the password. Just be sure to change it after! As a alternative, keep getting it wrong until "forgot password?" and login in via google. It will then let you reset the password
First off the tab. Then 1. Power key 2. Volume up key 3. Main key Press same time. After come option then select wip aLL data . Your tab will reset. Rember. After reset you lose all data . Which have in your tab memory.
In Windows if you open Manage password in chrome then it asks for a master password(i.e. Windows Admin password) to view and manange your passwords. But thats not the case in Android. So for security purposes Chrome for Android doesn't reveal the password. From Greenbot: Saving your passwords to your device presents some obvious security issues. ...
I spent three hours on the phone with Google yesterday for the same issue. They said there is no way to reset the password. They said I have to delete and add the user back, losing all data, pictures, game progress, etc. There is also no way to prevent a child from setting a password. Clearly the people at Google have not thought this through. It is ...
Unfortunately Google removed the option to reset your password using your Google credentials or Android Device Manager in Android Lollipop. If you're rooted, you may be able to remove or reset your password using adb but this seems very hit and miss and the methods vary. Apart from that, a factory reset from recovery is your only option.
Is your Android version 4.4 or below? If it is, a button should appear below the lock screen pattern to unlock your phone using your Google password. If it isn't, you should be able to use Android Device Manager in your browser and (using the "lock" button) create a temporary password for your phone (I have tried this and it works).
If its only happening for your router then I think it's because of your SSID name or password. Maybe they contain some uncommon characters. And maybe during boot CM is unable to resolve them correctly (characters not available in the encoding used for saving and reading the file), causing the loss. Once I used the ¥(Yen) symbol in my password and my friends ...
I have changed permissions to 644 (from 660) on /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf. That helped (so it seems so far).
I had similar problem too. My solution was to connect it to the computer and did factory reset. If you have root than follow instruction on this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVJ7T2oC_Zs ON SOME DEVICES IT WORKS EVEN WITHOUT ROOT ACCESS Good luck! - Nik
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