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How do I unlock my device administrator?

1. If your device is not already unlocked, you will need to first unlock it by entering the PIN code that was provided when you purchased the device.2. Next, you will need to go to Settings and scroll down to Security and then tap on Device Administrators.3. You will now be able to see a list of all the devices that are currently using the administrator password.4. To unlock your device, simply tap on the name of the device that you want to unlock and enter the PIN code that was provided when you purchased the device.5.

How can I remove a locked device administrator?

If you are locked out of your device administrator account, there are a few things that you can do to regain access.

First, try resetting your password if you have one set up. If that doesn’t work, then you may need to contact the device manufacturer or carrier for assistance in unlocking the administrator account. In some cases, they may require you to send in your device for repair or replacement before granting access back to the administrator account. Finally, if all else fails and you still cannot unlock the administrator account, it may be possible to find someone who has access to the device and use their credentials to unlock it.

How do I change my device administrator password?

To change your device administrator password, follow these steps:

  1. From the Home screen, tap Settings.
  2. Under Device Administrators, tap Change Password.
  3. Enter your current device administrator password and then enter a new password. Tap OK to confirm the new password.
  4. To verify that the new password has been entered correctly, tap Show Password again and enter your old and new passwords together into the fields provided. If everything looks correct, tap OK to finish setting up the new password.
  5. To activate the new device administrator password, from the Home screen, tap Settings > Security > Device Administrators and turn on Enable Administrator Password (check mark). You will now be prompted to enter your new device administrator password when you attempt to access any of your devices or applications using their default user accounts (such as User 1 for an iPhone or iPad).

What is a device administrator?

A device administrator is a special user account that allows you to manage and configure devices on your network. This account has full access to the files, settings, and features of all devices on your network.To unlock the device administrator account, follow these steps:1. Open the Control Panel2. Click System And Security3. Under User Accounts, click Manage4. In the list of users, double-click Device Administrator5. On the Properties page, under Account Type, select Administrator6. Under Authentication Method, select Secure Password7. Enter a password in the Password field and click OK8. Click OK again to close the Properties window9. Restart your computer10. Logon as Device Administrator11. To confirm that you are now an administrator, open Administrative Tools12. In the left pane, under Local Users And Groups13., right-click Administrators14.. Select All15.. Copy16.. Paste17.. Close18.. Back in Administrative Tools19., right-click Computer20.. Select Take Ownership21...22....23....24....25.....26.....27.....28......29......30.......31.......32.......33.......34........35........36........37........38.............39.............40.............41.............42.............43................44................45................46................47................48........................49........................50........................51........................52..................53..................54..................55..................56..................57..................58.........59.........60.........61.........62.........63................................64................................65................................66................................67................................68................................69................................................................70................................................................71................................................................72................................................................73................................................................74......75......76......77......

Why do I need a device administrator?

A device administrator is a special user account that can be used to manage devices on your network. This account has access to all the features of the standard user account, but it also has some extra privileges that can be useful when managing devices. For example, a device administrator can reset passwords and disable or enable devices on your network.

How do I know if my device administrator is locked?

How do I know if my phone has been lost or stolen?

If you have not received notification that your phone has been found by someone who found it within 30 days after being reported lost or stolen (or turned in through HTC’s Find My Phone feature), then we recommend checking our support site for instructions on how locate your phone using Find My Phone features

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by Disqus How do I change my password? 1 Change passwords regularly - don't rely on just one easy-to-remember password! Make sure each password is unique and difficult enough that someone trying guess it would have a very low chance of success2 Create strong passwords - include upper case letters, numbers and symbols3 Use different passwords for different websites - never reuse passwords across multiple websites4 Don't leave passwords lying around where others can see them5 Store passwords securely - write them down somewhere safe together with a copy of your current password19 How do I delete an account? 1 Log into account management via https://accounts.htcglobalonlineapiservicesolutionscenter.com/#!/login 20 Click “Account Details” under “Your Account Name”21 Under “Account Type” select “User Profile”22 Click on “Delete Account…”23 In confirmation dialog box click Yes24 Your account will now be deleted25 How do I change my email address? 1 Log into account management via

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  1. Check if the "lock" or "password" field is filled in on your device's Settings page. If it is not, then your device administrator may be unlocked and you can proceed to step If the lock or password field is filled in, then your device administrator may be locked and you will need to follow one of the following methods to unlock it:a. Reset your device to its factory settingsb. Use a third-party tool c. Request help from customer service If neither of the above methods work, then your device administrator may be encrypted and you will need to contact customer service for assistance decrypting it Finally, if all else fails, you can try using a factory resetting method Remember that even if your device administrator is unlocked, always use caution when accessing sensitive information as any unauthorized access could lead to identity theft or other security risks. Always use caution when accessing sensitive information as any unauthorized access could lead to identity theft or other security risks. For more information about how to unlock devices and manage user accounts, please visit our website at www .htc .com/support/userguide/en/us/devicesettings. For more information about how to encrypt devices and protect user data, please visit our website at www .htc .com/support/userguide/en/us/-encrypt. For more information about how to reset devices back to their factory settings, please visit our website at www .htc .com10
  2. . To check whether Find My Phone features are enabled on your phone: Open Settings Under Accounts & Security Select Device Locate Enter the last 4 digits of your SIM card (not including the country code). If prompted for a PIN number enter 0000 Tap OK Your phone should now start ringing if it’s within range. If locating does not result in finding your phone within 30 days after being reported lost or stolen (or turned in through HTC’s Find My Phone feature), then we recommend contacting customer service for further assistance.. Always use caution when locating personal belongings as there are potential dangers involved with doing so.. For more information about locating personal belongings using HTC’s Find My Phone features17,. Please visit our website at www htc com support us findmyphone 18

Can I have more than one device administrator on my phone?

There is no limit to the number of device administrators that can be on a phone. However, it is important to remember that only one person can be responsible for managing all of the settings and features on a phone. If another person wants to become a device administrator, they will need to first gain access to your phone by either taking over your account or by gaining access through the security settings. Once they have access, they will need to follow these steps in order to become a device administrator:

  1. Go into Settings and select Accounts.
  2. Under Accounts, select Device Administrators.
  3. Tap on the name of the person you want to add as a device administrator and then tap OK.
  4. Enter their password if required and then tap OK again.
  5. Select Enable at the bottom of the screen and then tap Save Changes at the top of the screen.

My phone is asking for a password to unlock the device administrator, what should I do?

If your phone is asking for a password to unlock the device administrator, you may need to reset your phone. Resetting your phone will erase all of your data and settings, so make sure you want to do this before proceeding. To reset your phone, follow these steps:

  1. Turn off your phone.
  2. Press and hold the power button until the screen turns off.
  3. Wait until the Samsung logo appears and release the power button.
  4. Press Volume Up and then press Volume Down to highlight “reset” on the screen.
  5. Press Power Button to select it and then press OK to confirm.