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CaptainSpeedster

Recover data with rooting?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My friend has an old samsung galaxy s3,

she forgot her password and can't get the data from device. How can she get that data on a laptop ,can she root her phone and remove the password with that new software or does it delete all data when it installs (and where to get that root software)? Any other ways?

Thanks

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A friend of mine who does mobile repair, uses Dr. Fone to remove forgotten passwords on phones, never done it personally but have been told by a few people it works.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, SpookyCitrus said:

A friend of mine who does mobile repair, uses Dr. Fone to remove forgotten passwords on phones, never done it personally but have been told by a few people it works.

Yea while i was searching i found that app but it didnt have that many reviews so i just put it as an solution if nobody says anything. 

Thanks ,i guess i will try that

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