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[Q] Bypass screenlock on S4 (CAN VERIFY IM THE OWNER, WILLING TO PAY FOR HELP!!)

OP Slayso

11th June 2014, 06:24 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by Slayso

Ok will try them and see how it goes, I know its a funny one, but should windows make the usb connected noise once i plug phone in? all my other USB devices do within a few seconds.

take a look here
http://en.miui.com/thread-5684-1-1.html
12th June 2014, 09:17 AM   |  #12  
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It's simple if you want backup ur data. You dont need a PIN for it:

1. Flash a STOCK ROM through ODIN.
2. Power ON ur device till the Bypass screenlock (wait 15 seconds).
3. Conect ur phone to the PC through the USB conector.
4. You will receive one popup window avising u what u wanna do. Select OPEN FOLDERS.
5. If you don't receive the popup is other thing. Having your device conected on Bypass Screenlock -> Press Windows Key + R in ur pc -> devmgmt.msc and press ENTER. Attach a screenshot and we take a look the yellow admirations you have there.
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