I dropped my Galaxy S3 a few months ago which broke the glass and led digatizer (thing that gives the screen an image). When I brought it in for a repair at a local repair shop they confirmed the damaged and gave me an estimate of 220$ to repair it. After agreeing to the price and giving them my phone, the employee asked me if the phone had a password on it, to which I quickly responded, "yes", and told him the password. At the time I didn't really think anything of it as I was just relieved that I was finally getting my phone fixed, but looking back on it I can't seem to come up with any reason as to why they would have needed the password. I haven't noticed anything different with my phone since the repair. IMO, best case scenario they just looked through my private data (photos, videos, web history) and had a good laugh. Worst case scenario they installed some type of spyware and are able to view my login info for multiple accounts and use the cameras remotely. Any input on why they would have needed my password would be very much appreciated and would help me sleep much better (or worse) at night. Thanks!