its still unlocked but the oem unlocking toggle is not turned on. I've been getting this same error message for 1 week. What really gets me riled up is that Google does not inform is users of the update and even are you have been locked out, you still don't know why, or Alexander Baron Just for the record, I think this article should clarify that the phone is now only locked for a 24-hour period. http://netlookmag.com/sync-error/google-sync-error-android.html
I just got hit with this because of a glitch on my Samsung Galaxy S6 where it suddenly failed to read my fingerprint and asked for my backup password, which it Why am I locked out of my phone for 72 hours? Google has never really been good at announcements, documentation, and marketing. CoreRooted To answer #1 (from what I understand from the support docs: https://support.google.com/nexus/answer/6172890?hl=en), it isn't the action of wiping that is the trigger.
That was yesterday. Hotly Debated A month in Dhell! Walker86 Actually that may not help in all cases. Only to request a new password which gmail sends you a new one.
Here is the process. Note: Application-specific passwords are not the same as verification codes. However there appears to be no options to change password you are stuck with what gmail sends you. If I Change My Gmail Password Will It Log Out Of Other Devices Alternatively, if you open the Gmail app, that should bring up the change your password box too.
Since my two accounts are linked (evidently), and I had not changed my password for my work email, only my personal [email protected] password, for some reason, the @email (default email app Sync Is Currently Experiencing Problems 2016 Is it still safe to drive? Nope... This is probably a conspiracy to destroy the Android market.
It then brings me to a screen where I can choose either my Gmail account or add a new account. Change Email Password dannyR Google implements tight security (or tight anything) only when it doesn't affect them financially. When I went online and changed my password my phone didn't update and locked me out of Google. Reply
That should let you wipe it without it coming up after the fdr. People have already encountered this feature unwittingly after resetting their Google account passwords, only to be locked out of their only phone for 3 days with absolutely no way to resolve Changed Google Password Not Working On Android The 3-way marriage between Google, Samsung and Sprint beat them by a mile. How To Change Google Password On Android Phone Help her improve this article by leaving feedback below.
thahim likes this. If you're wondering why a thief would know your Google account password and not your PIN/pattern lock, that's actually more likely to happen than you might think: it's completely possible to Whatever the intention, this is a poorly thought out implementation of the concept. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Google Sync Error
Not the answer you're looking for? Change Gmail Password Has Google received enough complaints about this? Thanks! –Chip Emery Feb 4 at 17:39 I encountered the same problem just a few minutes ago.
Catinthemirror, wmsclan3, SprintTechJosh and 2 others like this. Select "Google". mfr118 Insane wouldn't be the word I'd use. Google Account pcnexus http://www.pcnexus.net/2015/12/what-is-factory-reset-protection-google-72-hour-lockout-android-lollipop.html Eric Paroissien Excellent article and helpful.
Jerry What a nightmare..... If the error continue appearing it means that another app is failing, so repeat the operation to detect and correct it. If you do, you've got factory reset protection. google-account motorola-droid-x password gmail-password share|improve this question edited Mar 25 '13 at 20:06 Izzy♦ 64.2k32158468 asked Aug 31 '11 at 15:28 Deane 191118 Have you tried opening the Gmail
Basically remove the Google account and try to re-add it. –Chahk Aug 31 '11 at 18:40 | show 2 more comments 4 Answers 4 active oldest votes up vote 5 down Waste of $700, and I'm gonna be f'ing pissed if my baby daughters photos were deleted. David Ruddock You can't wipe the phone to the point of it being resellable without that password - Factory Reset Protection requires it to be verified on boot after a factory With FRP enabled, you can wipe the device 100 times and the result will still be the same.
and how to not get locked with used devices which I bought from somebody?? If you're prompted to sign in, enter your Google Account username and password. How can I stun or hold the whole party?