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

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How to format an Android through the command prompt?

I want to format my phone because of the unlock pattern.


While you can't use your computer's command prompt to format your Android phone, you can use the procedure in this great, in-depth VisiHow article to remove the unlock pattern and get into your phone again. Note, however, that this will clear all data from your device.

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How do I format mobile with CMD?

How do I use the CMD to format my Lenovo S850. My mobile just gets me angry every time I want to change Windows and also the main problem is, when I click the message to read the message....it says 'Unfortunately, Contact Manager has stopped', please help me. I have tried: Just keeps on rebooting. I think it was caused by: I might have mistakenly deleted some system files

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