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hi all
this is my last guide
i wana teach you how to pass lock screen passwrod or pattern when you forget your password (or when you want to see what files your friend has in his mobile but you don't have the pass )
ok first of all you will need the file that i attached(it is platform-tools of android eclipse that you need to install it as an add-on)

ok. now i explain how to do it
0-download attached file
1-extarct the zip any were you want
2- go to platform-tools folder
3-get the shift key and right click any where in the folder that there is no item there
4-click on Open Command Window here and do these things

easy way that work better (i tried both methods in stock rom and only this one worked
1-write this in command port and press enter
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adb shell rm /data/system/gesture.key
2-reboot your phone
3- now you can unlock your phone with any pattern

hard way that may not work
1- write this things one by one in the command port

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cd /data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases
sqlite3 settings.db
update system set value=0 where name='lock_pattern_autolock';
update system set value=0 where name='lockscreen.lockedoutpermanently';
.quit
2- now reboot your phone
3- pattern should be disabled
(as i said this way didnt work in stock 4.1.b.13 but it may work in others)

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The ONLY bad thing about this is that you NEED ADB Debugging on. I guess you could do it in recovery if you had it installed, but I'm not 100% sure
 
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you can be 100% sure about doing it in recovery

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