If you searching for How to reset Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX Gmail password, you come to the right place. Here you can read or download the article directly from the official website. How do I find my Gmail password to reset my passcode or pattern lock? “Pattern” lock or a “Passcode” are types of Security lock for your handset. You will need your Gmail / Google Account credentials (user name and password) to reset either security lock. If you have set up a security lock on your handset without first setting up a valid Gmail/Google Account you can remember, you will need to contact Motorola Customer Service or your service provider to help perform a external reset to wipe out your handset’s memory and start over.
You need to try the pattern lock or passcode 5 times to be given the chance to reset the handset with your Gmail account. If you fail to draw the correct unlock pattern on the screen after five attempts, the phone will prompt you to wait for 30 seconds before you can try again. If you forgot your screen unlock pattern or security passcode, tap Forgot pattern (or passcode). You will be prompted to sign in using your Google account and create a new screen unlock.
Reset Gmail Password
If you forgot or are unsure about your Google password, but you remember your Gmail / Google account name, you can use a computer to access the Gmail account and Gmail will send a link to reset your account password to another one of your email accounts. Use steps below to reset Gmail password for your handset with your computer:
Please use a computer to visit http://www.gmail.com
– From the Gmail login page click on the “Can’t access your account?” link
– Follow the steps instructed by Gmail to recover your Gmail login information
Once your login information is recovered, please use that information to unlock the handset when asked for your Gmail credentials again onscreen.
Reset phone / Factory Data Reset:
If all of the above steps do not assist in unlocking your phone, or you never entered a Gmail/Google account into the handset in the first place, you will need to perform a factory reset as a last resort. All the data you have previously entered on your handset will be deleted and you will need to start new. Contact Motorola Customer Service or your Carrier for help with resetting your device.