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SOLVED, was driving me nuts, this works folks The following is only applicable when: A Gmail account has been previously set up on the device The account password has been subsequently changed via the Gmail or Google website. From the Home screen, swipe down on the status bar. Tap Account Action Required. From the 'Couldn't sign in' screen, tap Try ...


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEh2VpbNj_c A freshly reset LG phone (like most other Android devices these days) will ask for the Google account it was used with previously. You can bypass by going into accessibility settings and adding a button combo for triggering overview. Then, you use the talkback settings to open a web browser, which lets ...


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Yes, WPS is insecure and the WPS PIN can be used to recover the password. This app and this app claim to be able to do so if you have root. However, as pointed out by Izzy the password should also be available as plain text in the file /system/etc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf after you have successfully connected to the network once.



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