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

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I forgot my password of cherry mobile c17 what can I do to default?

I don't know what is the code to factory reset it

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I forgot the pin of my Cherry amethyst mobile phone?

The pin of my phone, I need you to help me find out how?

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How to open my cherry amethyst when I forgot my patter password?

I can't open my cherry mobile amethyst because I forgot my pattern password

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