One of the simplest safety features on a Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 plus is that the Pin password. sometimes though it works too well and stops even yourself from having the ability to access the phone. luckily, with this article we are going to help you get back your smartphone with the highest 3 best ways in which to access your forgotten password.
The downside to forgetting your password is that you just will need to perform a hard reset. the problem with doing this technique is that you just will delete everything that's stored on your phone. thankfully plenty of users have found that by doing this method they need fixed a wide range of issues. simply follow the guide below and you’ll have access to your phone once more.
When you have forgotten your password there are 3 strategies that can be used to bring access back to your phone. All you would like to do is either erase everything or there's the choice to temporarily change the current password. this can be done without having to know the current password. The 3 solutions available are:
- You can perform a factory reset (This will erase all of your data)
- Another option is to change the password through Samsung’s ‘Find My Mobile’
- The final option is to change the password on the ‘Android Device Manager’
The factory reset steps for a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 plus contains the following stages:
- Start by turning off your phone. this will be done by holding down the power button
- Now click and hold the volume up, home and power button and only release them once a new menu appears. this will be the Recovery Mode Menu
- Next, you need to navigate to the Wipe Data/Factory Reset choice. this will be done by navigating with the volume Down and confirming with the power button
- You now need to reboot your Samsung S9 or S9 plus into the normal running mode. this should be done once the factory reset finishes. to put the phone into normal mode use the volume Down and Power key once more to access the ‘Reboot System now Option’
The Samsung find My Mobile steps are:
- To begin you need to make sure your smartphone is registered with Samsung’s Service
- Now navigate to the ‘Find My Mobile’ Feature and use the Remote Controls that are provided
- Then you need to reset the password to a temporary one
- Next, unlock your smartphone screen with the new temporary password
- Finally, replace the temporary password that you just set with a brand new one
The android Device Manager steps are:
- To gain access to the Dedicated Lock Feature on your phone you should confirm that your Smartphone is registered with the android Device Manager
- For this next step you would like to use a pc for access to the android Device Manager Service. For following step, use the web browser
- Login with your credentials to access your account and make sure to pick the Galaxy S9 or S9 plus from the screen
- Now choose a feature known as ‘Lock & Erase’. this will permit you to enable it right away
- You should then navigate through the steps recommended till you create a brand new temporary password
- Lastly, use the new temporary password to gain access to your phone then set up a brand new, permanent password that you simply will remember
By now you should hopefully have full access to your Samsung S9 or S9 plus. sadly, if you're still having a problem accessing your phone or that the above ‘Find my Mobile’ guide or ‘Android Device Manager’ Guide wasn’t available to you, then your only choice is to try and do a factory hard reset.
If you're still not happy erasing the content from your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 plus, then our only alternative answer is to do another software system version and only then if that fails, erase the data. If there’s something we are able to help you with for the guide, drop us a message and we’ll get back with personalised recommendation for you.