Got a system update this morning, installed it and everything seemed as usual. Went to work, checked my phone several times throughout the day, everything was as expected. Get in my car to leave work and I retrieve my phone from my pocket. It's been factory reset as well as the language set to french, including apparently also wiping my SD card. I changed the language to English from the drop-down menu and continued going through the pages thinking this must be some to many unlock attempts (been getting that lockscreen mesg alot the past week) thing or something. Because you know, it requires a password or biometrics to be reset and wiped. I don't do a lot of factory resets but I do remember them requiring a password, fingerprint, something to ensure someone can't just pick up your phone and wipe all of your data. How is this possible? Now I'm frantically trying to figure out if I ever backed up all of the irreplaceable pics on my phone of those individuals I can't just take new ones of because they are no longer alive. I don't use cloud back up for images, I usually copy my phone a few times a year to one of my other memory cards/thumdrives, computers or external hardrives. I just did a quick Google search and saw multiple others currently complaining of the same issue. If your relying on the phones security to protect you from an accidental or someone else intentionally resetting it,....dont. I've noticed that in the past week I've pulled my phone out several times only to see the too many unsuccessful unlock attempts please enter password screen. Never used to get this. Had intended to lookup if there was a new bug but hadn't done it yet. I was still thinking maybe it was just a fluke. Now I'm wondering if it's connected. I've checked with Google and have no unauthorized logins or other security issues. Not sure if I should log back into my various accounts or not. Although it seems unlikely that this is a hack I don't want to give the ***** access to anything else.