I have a rooted Samsung S4 mini with the latest stable CyanogenMod installed (cm-10.2.1.3).
I was playing with the Google Device Manager (https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager) and tried to lock the device.
When I tried to unlock I found out, there is no keyboard or input box to enter the password into.
The screen looks exactly the same as my lockscreen - I'm using the pattern lock which I remmember perfectly - besides there are just words: "locked" and the message I typed into the web remote lock. I can also see there is Android Device Manager running in background (icon in top left notification corner). Wherever I click or try to draw my pattern lock, the device does nothing (but it is not frozen as I can open the Power button menu).
I also use a custom keyboard application and I removed the original CyanogenMod keyboard. Can this be a problem?
- Is there any option at the online Device Manager to remotely unlock the device?
- The phone is rooted and I can connect via ADB in Recovery. Can I do something there - besides wiping the device - to unlock the remote lock?