| | Re: My son has locked my phone
You will need the password. If you never had a password on the phone, ask him what he made the password. Otherwise, once you hit 10 unsuccessful attempts, it will wipe the device, meaning you will lose all your settings, email, calendar appointments, contacts, etc. Hopefully you have a recent backup.
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When you take things for granted, the things you are granted, get taken.
Even a mosquito doesn't get a pat on the back until it starts to work.
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