I recently came here and saw the 72 hours advisory;hope it works. Will google be offering me a full refund for my device so I can purchase a reliable solution? Either it was inadvertantly done from their end or its 3rd party. If you are searching for a fast and sure way to bypass the google account, and one of our specialized technicians will take care of the unlocking process for you. I had to completely set up my wifi points like i did when it was new. You have to purchase from a dealer or a Wireless Carrier and they are responsible for initial setup.
This phone will not reset this way holding down volume up and power , so that was a bust. Really looking to see a resolution soon. It is in this case. Much better -- I'll just enter my number and they'll call me when they're ready to talk. My business contacts and my out of state family have no way to reach me and I can't access any of my data!!! But doing a hard reset will clear all the configured settings that you currently have.
I have reset all my wifi points but cannot get it to work. I turn around and see my main Google Wifi unit I have 4, main + 3 mesh started glowing blue and entered setup mode. If it stays like this you won't hearme complain. I'll probly take it out shooting and put a bullet through the display. This should get you connected to the internet immediately.
If you can't do that, I'd highly suggest turning the device off, put it on a charger on a shelf and forget about it for 72 hours. Of course I do not wish to factory reset all four of these devices and reestablish the mesh network, but I would be willing to do so if that were he only fix. This phone is only 6 months old and I have only ever had one google account which obviously I am signed into right now to make this post. It lost all my contacts and some entries on my calendar, lost all of my call logs, and lost all pictures. As for spoon feeding him, I think he's at the end of his bait line even if he claims he can't figure out to click on the tabs to navigate between the different config panels shown to him by the router's web server. Apologies Blu, I do know the model.
I am lost as to what to try now. Would be nice to get a simple straight answer from them as to how this could happen. If you have got to this point then you may have to send the phone back to your supplier to have it reset which I am guessing means re-programming. The device manufacturers, Google and the Government got together and put this system in place to discourage device theft and improve device security. Is there any chance of getting a post mortem on what the hell actually happened? Google won't and can't by law help you. I was able to run setup on the primary and got it up, but the other 2 go to red blinking and cannot be accessed any more.
Any help would be appreciated. I check my google account to know if theres an error to entering my username and password but it was the same on what i did. Sometimes, when I listen to music for an extended period of time the phone automatically decreases the volume of my media, ring tone, and alarms. I received no notifications whatsoever, had no idea my network was down, and it was only when I got home from work that my Wife told me the Internet didn't work. I'm sure you get the picture. Am I forced to wait 72 hours and then find there is still no relevant account? Once I rebooted them internet came back and I did not have to reconfigure them. Is there any way to remotely re-setup the device? My advice is the same as it always has been.
My trust in Google has been eliminated. If you didn't change the router's username and password, use the default login information. I was also not aware of the new Google 72 hour rule and changed my password. I took my phone to Verizon they couldn't help me but sent me to the Verizon help desk at Best Buy, they were able to get my phone back up and running! After I do the bypass procedure, when the phone is turned off, it reverts to the setup welcome screen, please help!!! It's very disappointing we wasted our time because of their mistake. I too lost internet around 6 pm Eastern time.
Instead it was rolled every simultaneously just like when our Nest broke. And when I hold my finger on the the on button for wifi. That appears to be the case here and, I suspect may apply to many of the other cases in this thread. Phone carrier will not replace the phone because its a authentication issue however the info is correct so i just dont get it Hi I am having a similar problem. Oh, all downloads were gone too.
Of course no one can know for how long. Which, as I came to discover, was due to the two-step Google authentication - the second step being to key in a code that gets texted to your phone - which I'm locked out of. After the 5 minutes the solid blue light switches to slow flashing orange and stays that way. I was locked out because of the thumbprint. Let me know if I can be of any other help. Menu Use the links below to jump directly to the section about your phone brand. The first is to then have them log out of that account - don't just do a reset.