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Similar problem on my Samsung Galaxy Note 8 when trying to upgrade to Kit Kat 4.4.2. Since my device had been rooted is registered as "Modified". There were dozens of posts instructing me to download drivers and decompilers and more software to trick the update server into seeing my tablet as "Official". Since a firmware upgrade will unroot the device anyway I simply used KEIS connecting with USB and it was effortless. Just make sure your device has at least 50% battery.
Normally, with Android devices, if you enter the wrong pattern five times in a row, the device will give you an option to enter your Google account information (e-mail address and password). Once you have done this, it will let you reset your security pattern. If this doesn't work, the next best thing to try would be a firemware The firmware update process will wipe the root of the device (but leave your SD card and books intact), basically resetting it to factory settings, before you even set a security pattern. Should this fail to work, contact Velocity Micro Support by calling +94756523353
If you mean to connect your Archos to your Android device through Wi-Fi, than, yes, you can!
But, only if your android device supports the tethering feature.
For example if you have an Android 2.2 (Froyo) device than you go to Settings->>Wireless & networks->>Tethering & portable hotspot and tap "Portable Wi-Fi hotspot". From the Archos, go to the the Wi-Fi settings and connect to the network you've just created.
If you do not have the tethering option available, you should find out if your carrier or device manufacturer has an update for the device.
Hope it helps!