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I wonder is it possible to install custom recovery like TWRP on this?
 
If yes, then the screen lock should be removable.
 
If you can boot TWRP without wiping the phone you can use the file manager on there with system partition mounted then navigate to:
 
"/data/system/"
 
Delete or move to another folder:
 
- locksettings.db, locksettings.db-shm and locksettings.db-wal
 
Once this is one, reboot phone from recovery and the phone should have no lock screen.
 
I have only tested this on android 6.0.1 to 7.0 Samsung Firmware.
 
TWRP stands for Team-Win Recovery Project, it is a custom recovery that can be used to flash custom Roms and root your phone using custom root files that are only flashable through custom recoveries.
 
It also can be used to gain access to data in phones that are stuck in boot.
 
Here is a guide on how to flash the TWRP recovery:
 
https://forum.xda-developers.com/general/device-reviews-and-information/blu-life-one-x2-t3483178
 
Most likely you do not have OEM unlocking enabled (needed to flash files in fastboot mode) in the debugging options of your phone which means you may have to do a factory reset.
Most likely you do not have OEM unlocking enabled (needed to flash files in fastboot mode) in the debugging options of your phone which means you may have to do a factory reset.

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Edit by: Ben ,

Text:

I wonder is it possible to install custom recovery like TWRP on this?
 
If yes, then the screen lock should be removable.
 
If you can boot TWRP without wiping the phone you can use the file manager on there with system partition mounted then navigate to:
 
"/data/system/"
 
Delete or move to another folder:
 
- locksettings.db, locksettings.db-shm and locksettings.db-wal
 
Once this is one, reboot phone from recovery and the phone should have no lock screen.
 
I have only tested this on android 6.0.1 to 7.0 Samsung Firmware.
 
TWRP stands for Team-Win Recovery Project, it is a custom recovery that can be used to flash custom Roms and root your phone using custom root files that are only flashable through custom recoveries.
 
It also can be used to gain access to data in phones that are stuck in boot.
 
Here is a guide on how to flash the TWRP recovery:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/general/device-reviews-and-information/blu-life-one-x2-t3483178
 
Most likely you do not have OEM unlocking enabled in the debugging options of your phone which means you may have to do a factory reset.

Status:

open

Edit by: Ben ,

Text:

I wonder is it possible to install custom recovery like TWRP on this?
 
If yes, then the screen lock should be removable.
 
If you can boot TWRP without wiping the phone you can use the file manager on there with system partition mounted then navigate to:
 
"/data/system/"
 
Delete or move to another folder:
 
- locksettings.db, locksettings.db-shm and locksettings.db-wal
 
Once this is one, reboot phone from recovery and the phone should have no lock screen.
 
I have only tested this on android 6.0.1 to 7.0 Samsung Firmware.
 
TWRP stands for Team-Win Recovery Project, it is a custom recovery that can be used to flash custom Roms and root your phone using custom root files that are only flashable through custom recoveries.
 
It also can be used to gain access to data in phones that are stuck in boot.

Status:

open

Original post by: Ben ,

Text:

I wonder is it possible to install custom recovery like TWRP on this?

If yes, then the screen lock should be removable.

If you can boot TWRP without wiping the phone you can use the file manager on there with system partition mounted then navigate to:

"/data/system/"

Delete or move to another folder:

- locksettings.db, locksettings.db-shm and locksettings.db-wal

Once this is one, reboot phone from recovery and the phone should have no lock screen.

I have only tested this on android 6.0.1 to 7.0 Samsung Firmware.

Status:

open