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Recover Android Device in case of Forgot password/pattern unlock an Android device

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After hard-resetting, Samsung J5 or another Samsung is asking to open your synchronized account, and I have no access to it to perform the log-in.

I have done a hard reset to my Samsung J5. It is asking to give a synchronized Google account, and I have no access to it just because I have not been using the Google account for a long time and have forgotten the email address and password, in fact everything about that. So, how should I open my phone. What should I do to it?

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    Open the page on the smartphone where you are asked to enter the credentials.
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    Connect the OTG cable to your smartphone and to the flash drive.
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    When a file explorer launches, find and tap on the file from the flash drive.
    This will install it onto the device.
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    If you get a message about unknown sources, then tap on "Settings".
    Then, enable "Unknown Sources".
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    Wait until the installation has been finished.
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    Tap on "Open" for the application.
    This will open "Settings".
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    Tap on "Backup and Reset".
    Confirm your selection twice to remove the verification screen.
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I factory-reset my phone's WiFi connection, and the smartphone asks me to log in with a Google account previously synchronized with the device.

I factory-reset my phone's WiFi connection, and the smartphone asks me to log in with a Google account previously synchronized with the device.

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If your smartphone is Samsung, then look at the previous answer. Otherwise, you will need either to find out the previous Google account details by either visiting this Web page and obtaining your user name and resetting your password or by contacting the previous owner about the Google account details. If that is not available, then you ought to find a specific security hole in the smartphone brand and model and its Android version to get into it. If none of the options work, then your only solution is to visit the official point of sale or service center with a proof of purchase to make the smartphone operable again.

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Hi sir. I've already reset my phone, but I forgot the Google Account that was previously synced on this device?

What can I do to reach the main screen? Please. I have tried: This is my roommate phone, he forgot email/passworrd

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