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    Unhappy locked out of my htc evo

    I forgot my passcode for my phone and have been locked out of it for three days. Took it to the sprint store and they told me I had to reset phone, but i have pics of my newborn that passed away not saved on the sd card. Can anyone help find a way to bypass that screen at least so I can save the pics to the sd card?
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    Default Re: locked out of my htc evo

    I could be mistaking...but I'm almost positive if your using evo it will automatically save to the dcim folder on your SD...but I would make sure first...a suggestion would be to use your SD in a card reader or at Walmart photo and see if they show up...hope this helps
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    Default Re: locked out of my htc evo

    Of course I could be wrong, but I could of sworn that the Evo4g will only save pictures on the SD card...If you take your memory card out and try to take a picture it will not let you.
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    Just keep utting in th wront password untill it ask u what is ur gmail account and password and that should bypass the screen

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    Default Re: locked out of my htc evo

    The EVO stores camera images on the sdcard by default. On my EVO camera images are stored in the folder /sdcard/DCIM/100MEDIA. Data on your SD card should not be affected when you reset your phone. Because these images understandably are extremely important to you, however, I would recommend that you use your computer to copy the contents of the /DCIM/100MEDIA folder of the SD card to the computer for your peace of mind before proceeding with the factory data reset.
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    Default Re: locked out of my htc evo

    How many failed tries do you need for it to ask for your email and password? I've entered 115 wrong passwords and still haven't been asked for it. I just changed the password yesterday and I'm getting frustrated that I can't remember it already.
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    Default Re: locked out of my htc evo

    Quote Originally Posted by lisha15 View Post
    How many failed tries do you need for it to ask for your email and password? I've entered 115 wrong passwords and still haven't been asked for it. I just changed the password yesterday and I'm getting frustrated that I can't remember it already.
    The only other choice you have is a reset but you will lose all your data unless you have a unlocked bootloader and a custom recovery

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