Sunday, 14 Jul 2024
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How to Unlock Your Blu M8L Plus Tablet Without a Password

how to unlock blu m8l tablet without password

Are you locked out of your Blu M8L Plus tablet because you forgot your password, PIN, or pattern? Don’t worry! In this article, we’ll guide you through a simple process to bypass the lock screen and get back into your device. No PC required!

Bypassing the Lock Screen – Hard Factory Reset

To unlock your Blu M8L Plus tablet, you’ll need to perform a factory reset using recovery mode. Here’s how:

  1. Power off your device by long-pressing the power button and selecting “Power off.”
    Power off

  2. Once the tablet is off, press and hold the volume up + down + power keys simultaneously to turn it on.

  3. Release all the keys as soon as the “Blu smartphones” logo appears.
    Android Recovery

  4. On the “Android Recovery” screen, use the volume rocker to navigate and the power button to select. Press the volume down button to move from “Reboot System now” to “Wipe data/factory reset.” Then, click the power button once.
    Wipe data/factory reset

  5. Once again, move down from “Cancel” to “Factory data reset” and press the power key to confirm the reset.
    Factory data reset

  6. After the data wipe, select the power key to reboot your device.
    Hi There

  7. Wait a few minutes for the factory reset process to complete.

  8. After the reset, you’ll be greeted with the “Hi There” screen of the setup wizard. Tap “START” to begin the setup.
    Setup Wizard

  9. Follow the on-screen prompts, connect your tablet to a Wi-Fi network, and complete the setup.

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Congratulations! You’ve successfully bypassed the lock screen on your Blu M8L Plus tablet. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.

Bypassing Google Account Verification/FRP Lock

In case you don’t remember your Google account, follow these steps to bypass the FRP lock on your Blu M8L Plus tablet without a PC:

  1. Go back to the “Hi There” screen by pressing the back key.
    Hi There

  2. Tap the “Emergency Call” button, then select “Emergency Information” twice.
    Emergency Information

  3. Tap the “Pencil edit icon” located in the top-right corner.

  4. Choose the first option – “Name – Owner.”
    Edit Name

  5. Tap the “profile picture icon” and select the lower option – “Choose an image.”
    Choose an Image

  6. This will bring you to the “Recent” screen of the file manager app. Tap the “3 bar icon” on the top-left corner.

  7. Long press on “Gallery Go” to access the “App Info” screen.
    App Info

  8. Click on “Permissions” to reach the “App permissions” screen.

  9. Hit the search button on the top and enter the term “settings.” Scroll down and click on “Settings – App Info.”
    Search Settings

  10. Tap “OPEN” to access the Settings app.

  11. In Settings, go to “Apps & notifications” > “SEE ALL 32 APPS.”
    Apps & Notifications

  12. Select the first option – “Android Setup.”

  13. Hit the “FORCE STOP” button to disable this app.

  14. Go one step back to the previous page.
    Force Stop

  15. Open “Google Play Services” and click the “DISABLE” option.
    Disable Google Play Services

  16. After turning off the two apps, return to the first page.
    Hi There

  17. Repeat the previous steps to ENABLE the Google Play Services app.

  18. Click the “Emergency Call” button and select “Emergency Information” twice.
    Emergency Information

  19. On the next screen, tap the “edit button” in the top-right corner.

  20. Now, select the first option – “Name – Owner.”
    Edit Name

  21. Tap the “profile picture icon” and choose the lower option – “Choose an image.”
    Choose an Image

  22. Once again, you’re on the “Recent” screen. Tap the “3 bar icon” on the top and long-press on “Gallery Go.”
    Gallery Go Permissions

  23. Select the second option – “Permissions” to reach the “App Permissions” page.

  24. Tap the search button and type “settings.” Scroll down and click on “Settings – App Info.”
    Search Settings

  25. Tap “OPEN” to access the Settings page.

  26. In Settings, click on “Apps & notifications” > “See all 32 Apps.”
    Apps & Notifications

  27. Open the “Google Play Services” app.

  28. Turn on the app by clicking the “ENABLE” button.
    Enable Google Play Services

  29. After turning on the app, return to the first page.
    Hi There

  30. Once again, you’re on the “Hi There” screen. Click “START” to proceed.

  31. When you reach the “Copy apps & data” page, click the back key once.

  32. On the Wi-Fi page, you’ll find a new option – “Set up offline.” Click on it and then “CONTINUE.”
    Set up offline

  33. Accept the Google services’ terms and conditions.

  34. Skip the screen lock setup.

  35. Follow the on-screen prompts and complete the setup.

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You’ve successfully bypassed the Google account verification/FRP lock on your Blu M8L Plus tablet without a PC. Now, you can enjoy using your device again!