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

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I was trying to port my phone from Straight Talk to AT&T, well I was there two hours and the people on the other line was having issues, I had to go so they put my Straight Talk SIM card back in and now my security pin doesn't work?

How do I get into my phone the security pin I was using, says now it is wrong, how can I access my phone. I have tried: Put in old pin doesn't work so I can't get into my phone. I think it was caused by: When they were porting my number from Straight Talk to AT&T they kept switching SIM cards my phone was half way ported, after two hours I had to leave so they put my old SIM card back in

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