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Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Forgot Backup Password (Solved)

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Forgot Backup Password (Solved)

Sometimes it’s common to forget your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 password. Many methods to restore you password require to do a hard factory reset that can delete all your information from your Galaxy Note 5 smartphone. The good news for those that are locked out of a Samsung Note 5, you can unlock the Galaxy smartphone and keep all your data. Below are three different methods on how to fix when your Note 5 is locked out.


Unlock Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with Android Device Manager

Another option when you’re locked out of Galaxy Note 5 for those that have already registered the Galaxy Note 5 with Android Device Manager is to use the “Lock” feature. When using the “Lock” feature on Android Device Manger, you can reset the password of the Note 5 from any computer.

  1. Go to the Android Device Manager from a computer
  2. Find your Galaxy Note 5 on the screen
  3. Enable “Lock & Erase” feature
  4. Then follow the given steps on the page to lock your phone
  5. Set a temporary password
  6. Enter the temporary password on your Note 5
  7. Create a new password


Unlock Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with Samsung Find My Mobile

For those that have already registered your Samsung Note 5 with Samsung, using the “Remote Controls” feature on your Samsung Galaxy will allow you to use Samsung’s Find My Mobile service. With this service from Samsung, Note 5 owners will be able to temporarily reset the password and bypass the lock screen on the Galaxy Note 5. If you have not already registered the Note 5 with Samsung, try registering it as soon as possible

  1. Register the Note 5 with Samsung
  2. Use the Find My Mobile service to temporary reset the password
  3. Bypass the lock screen using the new temporary password
  4. Set a new password


How To Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 5

It’s important to note that before you go to factory reset a Galaxy Note 5, users should back up all files and information to prevent any data from being lost. Read this step by step guide on how to factory reset a Galaxy Note 5. The way to back up data on your Note 5 is by going to Settings > Backup & reset. For the rest of your files you can use a backup app or service. You get 15GB of space in the cloud with Google Drive.





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