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

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I have changed my SIM from my Android device. But when I'm tried to start the device after that. It want the privacy protection password which I don't have. Please help me how to unlock my device without reset the phone?

I have changed my SIM from my Android device. But when I'm tried to start the device after that. It want the privacy protection password which I don't have. Please help me how to unlock my device without reset the phone. I have tried: Tried so many password but didn't worked. I think it was caused by: Changed my SIM and again trying to restart the device but its not working

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