Phone blocked. Private security password

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Post time 2016-1-20 00:45:20 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hello:

I hope you can help me. I am desesperated. This is the story:


I purchased two Umi Emax in Germany and I gave them to my parents and took them to Mexico.
Their SIM card from Mexico was working while they were here so everything was in order. In one of the phones I put my german SIM card while the phone was off and I took it out without turning it on.
The problem started when they changed the telphone company and they introduced a new SIM card. From one of the phones I got to my number which was never registered as theirs a message in chinese: 我的手机可能被盗,请保留发送此短信的号码, which according to the translator means "My phone may be stolen , please keep saving this message number". However the first phone works normally but the second phone keeps sending me this message all the time.
Additionally, the phone is asking for the a Private Security Password, this was never asked or configured on the phone before.
I hope someobody knows what´s going on and if somebody can tell me what to do. I don´t understand how my phone number was associated with those phones to send me this messages and I don´t know how to unlock them. Both have their own google accounts and are configured personally. Please help me.


Thank you




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Post time 2017-2-13 14:04:31 | Show all posts
Hi. More phone password management and recovery please check
Password Manager
iPhone Music Manager
Android Device Manager

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Post time 2022-3-15 17:08:05 | Show all posts
Edited by virginakappel at 2022-3-15 17:09  

Hello Lunatika87, perhaps the SIM card that you bought had a virus, and when changing the device using this SIM card, it was able to bypass the protection of the phone and knocked down the correctness of its operation. I have never bought a SIM card, as I do not trust such companies, instead I use temp phone number australia, since I live in Australia and we have a high telephone fee. To be honest, at first it was not convenient for me to use such a bypass of the system, but then I got used to it. If you don't want the same story to happen to you again, then I advise you to try my method, which I have been testing for two years. Good luck!
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