Solution 2: Bypass Android Lock Screen via Emergency Call
Another way to bypass the lock screen on your phone is by using the Emergency Call feature. This feature can activate a bug in the Android system that can bypass screen locks. This method only works on devices to phones with Android 4 and lower.
Tap the Emergency Call button and on the dial pad type 10 asterisks (*).
Then hold on to the characters and copy them. After that, paste it on the dial pad until you can no longer do so. Make sure that every time you paste it, the cursor should be at the end of the line.
Exit the dial pad and open the Camera. Swipe up to open the Notification/Menu Bar and tap the Settings icon.
Then you will be asked to enter the password. In the space provided, paste down the characters you copied. Continue to paste the characters until the system crashes (there will be no soft icons visible on the screen).
Wait for the system to recover and your lock screen should be unlocked.
Solution 3: Bypass Android Lock Screen via Forgot Password Feature
On phones with Android 4 and earlier, the Forgot Password feature found on the button of the screen can actually be used to bypass lock screens. It is associated with a Google account signed in on your phone. For this method to work, you should know all the account credentials to pass the verification.
Enter the wrong PIN/pattern a couple of times until you see the Forgot Password button.
Click the button and you should see the verification page.
Enter your email and password, and if they are correct you should be redirected to another screen to reset the password.
When it’s done, your lock screen is successfully bypassed.