How to unlock Samsung Galaxy S6 Lock screen without Losing any data

How to unlock Samsung Galaxy S6 – The Samsung Galaxy S6 users usually establish lock screen security mechanism in their Galaxy S6 phone through several ways, like making Pattern, PIN, Password, Fingerprint, and so on. These way will keep your phone confidential and secure from the outsider.

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However, what to do if you forget the lock screen Pattern, PIN, Password, or your Fingerprint? Or, in any case, what to do if your Samsung Galaxy S6 do not accept your password? Of course, this means that you are locked out of your phone.

Here, we will let you know what to do if you are facing such a case. There are 2 options of simple ways you can do to unlock the Galaxy S6 without losing any data, as follows.

The first option, you can unlock your Galaxy S6 via Samsung Find My Mobile

Find My Mobile is an application made by Samsung to enable remote device management service. This app can may become the best way to unlock your Galaxy S6. To be able to use this service, you need to have a Samsung account, and should have enabled the Find My Mobile service on your device.

To activate the Samsung Find My Mobile service in your phone, what you have to do is:

  1. Please go to: Device Settings menu > Lock screen > Security
  2. After that, please tap on Find My Mobile option and provide your Samsung account details.
  3. Please ensure that the “Remote control” option  is turned on.

Once you have activated the service in your Galaxy S6, please do the following step by step to unlock the device:

The second option, you can unlock Galaxy S6 with your Google Account

This is the most simple ways to unlock your device. The tips above can also used for your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, in any cases when you have entered an incorrect Password, Pattern, PIN or Fingerprint maximum times, you will be prompted to enter your Google Account login details. By doing this, you can unlock your phone again.

In any case, you may have setup two-step authentication in your phone. If yes, what you have to do is to visit Google’s security site through the computer, and then generate a one-time password to enter on your phone.

Good luck!


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