To fix this problem, just plug your Android phone or tablet into a wall charger and let it charge. You can’t just plug it in and try to turn it on immediately — you’ll need to give it a few minutes to charge first. If it doesn’t work at all, try plugging the device in with a different cable and charger.
How do I take the pattern lock off my Blu phone?
Hard Reset Method
First, turn off your Blu Android Mobile by holding down the power button.
After that, Press and Hold. [Volume Up + Power Button]
Release all buttons, when the Logo is displayed.
Then you will see the Android exclamation mark.
Then while holding down the Power button press and release Volume Up Button.
How do you reset a Blu phone without the password?
How do I bypass Google lock on Blu View 1?
If you want to disable the FRP lock feature from your BLU View 1 then you need to delete the Gmail Account from the device Settings. follow the below process completely to disable the Factory Reset Protection successfully: go to the settings menu=>> Accounts=>> select the Gmail id =>> remove account =>> that’s it.
How do I bypass Google verification after factory reset?
How to disable Factory Reset Protection
Go to Settings.
Choose Cloud and Accounts.
Go to Accounts.
Tap your Google account.
Tap Remove Account.
Tap again to confirm.
How do you remove Google FRP lock on any phones?
How do I bypass this device was reset to continue sign in with a Google account?
When you get “This device was reset. To continue sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced on this device” error, the best option is to contact the seller and ask him to login with his Google Account. Once logged in, you add your own Google account and delete the seller’s account.
How do I skip this device was reset?
Down on the list, tap on “Backup and Reset” option; Now tap on the “Factory Data Reset” option and confirm the action; That’s it. You had successfully fixed the “This Device was Reset” error and bypassed the Google sign-in option.
Does a factory reset remove Google account?
Performing a Factory Reset will permanently delete all user data on the smartphone or tablet. Be sure to back up your data before performing a Factory Reset. Before performing a reset, if your device is operating on Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher, please remove your Google Account (Gmail) and your screen lock.
How can I open my phone without resetting my Google account?
How do I get around a locked Google phone?
Enter a fresh Google account.
Restart your phone and set it up again. You won’t see the FRP lock screen anymore.
Go to the Settings menu > Backup & reset. Perform a factory data reset, in order to complete the FRP lock removal process.
How do I unlock my Android phone without a password reset?
How do you factory reset a locked Android phone?
Press and hold the Volume up button, the Power button and the Bixby button. When you feel the device vibrate, release all the buttons. The Android recovery screen menu will appear (may take up to 30 seconds). Use the Volume down button to highlight ‘Wipe data/factory reset‘.
Does a factory reset delete everything?
When you do a factory reset on your Android device, it erases all the data on your device. It is similar to the concept of formatting a computer hard drive, which deletes all the pointers to your data, so the computer no longer knows where the data is stored.
How do I disable factory reset?
Removing the factory reset protection (FRP)
On the phone’s home screen, tap Apps.
Tap on Accounts.
Tap on the account you wish to remove.
Select More in the top right corner of the screen.
Tap on Remove Account.
Will a hard reset remove activation lock?
In most cases, a factory reset does not remove the activation lock from the device. For example, if a phone is factory reset with the Google account logged in, the phone will still ask for those credentials once switched back on.
What does factory reset delete?
A factory data reset erases your data from the phone. While data stored in your Google Account can be restored, all apps and their data will be uninstalled.
Important: A factory reset erases all your data from your phone.
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