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Reset and Disable Face Unlock on Samsung Galaxy S4

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How do I unlock my Galaxy S4 GT-19500 screen lock when it refuses my password?

My screen lock pattern was wrongly drawn and it is blocked, it is asking for a Google sign in but rejects my sign in password

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You may need to reset your Google account password to get in. Navigate to the Google recovery Web page. Click "I don't know my password". Enter your associated e-mail address. Click "Continue". Enter one of the passwords that you have been trying to enter when unlocking your smartphone or click "I don't know". If you did the latter, then you will need to ask some security-related questions. Then, you will be able to reset your password by typing it twice.

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If you still cannot reset your password, then your solution is hard-resetting your device as shown here.

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Reset and Disable Face Unlock on Samsung Galaxy S4

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