Demo Android OS unlocking app
PassFab Android Unlocker is a free trial Android unlocking app that can bypass FRP locks on mobile devices. It’s useful when you can’t remember the pattern or pin that you used to lock your phone. After the trial period ends, you’ll need to purchase the program to use it further.
Similar apps in this line include iMyFone LockWiper Android and AnyUnlock, although their functionality differs slightly. With PassFab Android Unlocker, it provides to be one of the top tools when you specifically want to override Google verification on Android devices. It also assists when the phone has had a factory reset.
Types of password removal
Android phones usually have four different password or encryption types, namely, pin, password, biometrics and patterns. If the device is new and you can't remember what you set it at, you’ll be locked out until you recall it. It may even lock you out permanently if you fail too many times.
PassFab Android Unlocker helps you break through the password system to get back in. It even works on older Android phones that may have collected dust in your wardrobe. Just remember to save the encryption information somewhere next time.
Some devices ask you to synchronise with a Google account, specifically Samsung phones. It stores all your information so that you can transfer it to a new phone in the future. The trouble is that the device will be blocked by an FRP lock if you can’t get into the account, basically resetting the phone to save the details from being stolen. Fortunately, PassFab Android Unlocker can easily crack the system and help you get back in.
Three easy steps
There are three basic steps to PassFab Android Unlocker.
- Connect the phone to your Windows PC with the app installed.
- Unlock the screen or FRP block.
- The final step involves confirming the action you want to take, and then the program does the rest.
Unlock your Android device
PassFab Android Unlocker is excellent for anyone who somehow managed to get locked out of their phone, either by forgetting the password or an FRP lock. It saves you time and money from paying someone else at the local store to do it for you.
The only downside is that anyone can use it to hack into your phone. Otherwise, it’s a simple tool that only takes three steps.