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

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How do I access their WiFi without their pass?

I want to connect to a WiFi near my home but I can't access their WiFi.

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Want to access WiFi at my workplace?

My boss does not want me to use company WiFi. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: Pure discrimination

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How can I access in an easier way into a blocked WiFi?

I try to open up the links shown but my computer doesn't let me into the links and near my apartment, there are secured WiFi and I would like to access to it because it would make it easier for me to do my homework. It just doesn't let me into the links shown I n the page.

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