Flashing a phone simply means deleting or resetting everything on it, including passwords, programs, music, movies, flies, and almost anything else. To flash a device, the individual doing the flash must first unlock the phone.
In the settings menu, there is a reset button. Some phones, on the other hand, have a password that must be erased or cleared before the phone can be used freely. Flashing the phone to delete or clear the password is the sole option in these cases.
People then go to stores and device repair shops to flash or unlock their phones, which they are paid for, resulting in them wasting money. This is no longer the case. In this post, I’ll show you how to use only your hands to unlock any phone, including the iPhone.
Let’s take a look at Android phones first. To delete the password from an Android phone, press and hold the volume up button on the phone while simultaneously pressing and holding the power button (see image below).
This should only be done when the device has been entirely shut off. By pressing the volume down button and then the power button, the recovery mode will show on your screen, and you can erase data or factory reset.
The phone will be reset in less than 5 minutes, wiping the password as well as any other information stored on it. After that, all you have to do is set up your device and you’re done.
Finally, before attempting to reset or wipe the password or any other information on the device, make sure it is switched off or turned off. To activate the device, press the sleep or wake button, also known as the power button, and the home button at the same time, or nearly so.
Maintain your grip on the screen until the apple recovery mode appears. You’ll be finished if you do what’s required, as we did with the other. Instead of wasting money on phone flashing or unlocking, do it yourself and save money.