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If you've set up a lock pattern on your Android phone you may wish to change it for a number of reasons. Perhaps you're having ...
trouble remembering it, or perhaps someone saw you enter the pattern. No matter what the reason it's easy to change your Android lock pattern.
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Hi, this Michael Callahan “Doctor File Finder” and welcome to your Butterscotch.com tutorial on how to change the unlock pattern on your Android Phone.
So on the android phone you set up unlock pattern you may want to change it. So here we are we’re going to have to click in our unlock pattern. And when we do phones unlock. Now to change it tap on settings, you get into settings tap on location and security. And now you see down here change unlock pattern.
Now in order to change the unlock pattern first you have to click in your current unlock pattern. So we’ll do that and now we want this to put in a new one. So we’ll put in one here and then once again we have to tap to continue. Now we have to put it in again and make sure it matches it’s not you're going new message then tap confirm.
So now our Android Phone is lock when we first to open it up we’ll see this we have to put on our new pattern in order to open it. So that’s the changing the unlock pattern on your Android Phone and that’s all there is to it.