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Questions and Answers
I have forgotten my iRULU AX922 password. How can I unlock my tablet?
I don't know my password. Will you please help me?
Forgetting your Android tablet's password is annoying, but there are a couple of things you can do to try to unlock your device. First, enter the wrong password up to 20 times. Your tablet should ask you for your Google account information. When you enter it, your tablet will unlock, allowing you to remove or change the password to something you can remember. If you don't remember your Google account information, go here to try to recover it. However, if your tablet doesn't ask for your Google account, you can't recover your information, or you never logged into a Google account to begin with, you will need to perform a Factory Reset to unlock your iRULU AX922 Android tablet. This procedure will wipe all of your tablet's data, including the forgotten password, to unlock your tablet and bring it back to its original factory settings. To learn how to perform a proper Factory Reset on your Android tablet, read through and follow the steps in this great VisiHow article. Once the reset is complete, be sure to log your device into a Google account to which you know the password. Additionally, write down the password lock you choose; this will give you an easily-accessible backup if you ever forget your phone's password again. Store it somewhere safe so no one can learn your password.
Just started to use my new iRULU Walknbook and its asking to change my password, it won't accept the original password neither a new one. Is there anyway to reset?
Just started to use my new iRULU Walknbook and its asking to change my password, it won't accept the original password neither a new one. Is there anyway to reset?. I have tried: Changing the password and it says passwords don't match when they are the same.
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