First time here - bear with me.
I have a rooted Huawei 5c that I'm locked out of. It requires 'SIM1 - PIN1' which AFSAK I never created. Normally one gets three attempts and then you have to input PUK(which I have); that I'm aware of. The thing is, it's not responding to 'three attempts', it just does nothing after numerous attempts.
A bit of background.
This whole issue began when I put a PAYG sim in the second sim slot. When I booted back up it required 'SIM1 - PIN1' for the phone to start, which I don't have. I removed the second sim and booted into the phone as normal. Went to the security section and this is where potentially the mistake was made. I thought the phone was asking me to enter (read: create) the password for the SIM card, but nope... it already had a default password, and was asking me to enter that. I entered (read: tried to create) a password twice, and BAM... now locked out of the phone, whichever sim is present or both. As I mentioned it is not responding to three attempts.
I have access to ADB and the command line, is there anything I can do with that? Any help appreciated.