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

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How to change Google account sync email ID?

I lost Gmail account details and I reset my phone, after reset previous account details is asked!

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I don't know my password to my Gmail address to log into my phone?

I reset my phone and it is asking me to please verify with a previous synced account, I put that in and invalid. Well I do what it says, I go to the g.c/recovery system and still cannot find answers. I forgot my previous account number. I have tried: I have tried everything under the sun, I completely erased my entire phone back to factory settings just to get rid of the 2 backup pin. I think it was caused by: Yesterday I hit my knock code wrong too many times, locked my out and I had a 2 back up pin could that I forgot so I factory reset

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