Bypass Factory Reset Protection on Samsung Galaxy Phones Latest Method
BYPASS GOOGLE Account Samsung Galaxy Phones | NEW METHOD 2017 | FREE & EASY
In this guide I will elaborate a new method of (2017) for “Samsung Galaxy C3, C5, C7, J1, J2, J3, J5, J7, A3, A5, A7, On5, On 7, S5, S6, S7, NOTE4, NOTE 5, NOTE 7, EDGE, PLUS, NEO, GRAND, PRIME, PRO, TAB, XCOVER” about how to bypass or unlock FRP Google Account, free and easy (more easier than previous method), on all series or models of Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
Obviously for some reasons after hard resetting the Samsung Galaxy device, in the initial setup the phone is asking to enter the details of previous synced Google Account to complete the initial setup successfully.
What is FRP Lock and why you are facing it?
FRP (Factory Reset Protection) is a security feature introduced by Android Company for all the Android Operation System (OS) based phones. This feature activates when the device being hard reset based on its OS (Operation System).
Android Version (OS) from Lollipop 5.0.1 to Nougat 7.1.1 or higher having this security system, it means whenever a device reset it is necessary to provide the complete details of the initial setup including the “Google Account Verification” section.
In Google Account Verification, a person should have to enter the right details of the google account which are “Gmail ID and its Password” to proceed the initial setup to the next step.
Unfortunately many of users doesn’t know about the previous synced Google account information, therefore they go for the Official Samsung Support or their franchise but Samsung is not gonna help them without getting back a pair of dollars or sometimes they even refused to do that.
We came across this situation and found many ways to break that security feature “FRP lock” from Samsung Galaxy phones for absolutely Free.
However we have already posted many Step-by-step guides to unlock FRP or Bypass Google Account from lots of Samsung Galaxy models (Samsung Galaxy C3, C5, C7, J1, J2, J3, J5, J7, A3, A5, A7, On5, On 7, S5, S6, S7, NOTE4, NOTE 5, NOTE 7, EDGE, PLUS, NEO, GRAND, PRIME, PRO, TAB, XCOVER) or other smartphone companies like HTC, Huawei, Motorola, LG, Sony Xperia, Alcatel and so on.
Fortunately, today we are including an other helpful and massively easy guide to unlock or break FRP and remove Google Account from any Samsung Galaxy Phone having ‘Android Kitkat 4.0.3 to 4.4.4, Lollipop 5.0.1 to 5.1.1, Marshmallow 6.0.1 to 6.1.1, Nougat 7.0 to 7.1.2′.
In order to remove FRP from your device, this is the must have list:
1. Active Sim-Card
2. Wi-Fi Connection
3. PC, Laptop
4. USB Data cable
Follow this Step-by-step guide with a clear elaboration, using the images to make it more understandable and easy for users to apply it on their phones.
1st Step: Power off the phone and insert an active Sim-card then again Power it up.
- Select language and tap over Start>
- and connect with the Wi-Fi network then tap NEXT>
- On Terms and Conditions page tap Agree> Next>
- After that “Verifying your account” screen comes up with the message: “This device was reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced on this device.”
- Connect your Samsung Galaxy phone with computer using USB data cable.
- Once the phone connected, Right click on “My Computer” and go to Manage
- Then from left side click on Device Manager. Go to Modems > and right click on “SAMSUNG MOBILE USB Modems” and select Properties.
- Select “Modems Tab” and check what “Port : COM?” is appearing here.
- After that, Open RealTerm software and make sure “2 or 3 green lights” are appearing in the Status section of RealTerm.
3rd Step: Inside Display section, Check on Half Duplex then go to Port section and make sure here Port is same as the “Port COM?” which you checked from the properties of “SAMSUNG Modems” section.
However you can change the Port(Number) if it’s different from “Port COM(Number)” and then click on “CHANGE” in RealTerm.
- In the next step, Click on “SEND Tab” in realterm and paste these 2 commands 1 by 1:
1st: at+creg?\r\n Copy this command and paste it then click on “SEND ASCII” button.
2nd: atd1234;\r\n After that, Copy 2nd command and paste it then again click on “SEND ASCII” button.
(Instead of “1234” you can change it with any local number or your family number, because a call will be made on that number. If 1234 doesn’t work change it with any local number)
4th Step: Immediately after clicking SEND ASCII button, phone will start calling to that number. End the call and tap on “Create Contact”.
- Save contact to “Device”, enter name “TechOxygen”, Pone number will be “1234” or any other if you’ve changed it.
- Scroll down and tap on More. Tap over “Web Address” and type “www.Google.com” and Save the contact.
5th Step: It will redirect to the “Verify your account” screen, Now again click on “SEND ASCII” button (The 2nd Command should be pasted the same) and again phone will call to that same number just tap on “End Call” > and select “View Contact”.
Then press on “Earth Icon” inside web address and it will access to the Google.com through internet. After accessing to Google.com you can disconnect your phone from USB cable.
6th Step: On Google search bar type and search for “Google Account Manager Kitkat to Nougat” go to the result with “Techoxygen.com”.
Inside the website, Download (Google Account Manager 6.0.1 January 14, 2016 or Lollipop 5.1-1743759) first use one of these manager if it doesn’t work then download the latest version and apply the next steps.
Go back< to the Google Search Bar and type “Quick Shortcut Maker 2017” and go to the result with “TechOxygen” then scroll down and download the QuickShortcutMaker.Apk.
Again Go back < to Google search bar and type “Galaxy Apps” and go the first result.
Last Steps to Unlock FRP and Bypass Google Account From Samsung Galaxy Phones 2017:
7th Step: Similarly, Scroll down and tap over “Samsung Galaxy Apps” now on the search bar of Galaxy Apps type “Es File Explorer” and tap on the Download button.
To download this application you need to login with Samsung Account. If you don’t have an account you can create and login with it and then download the apk.
Once the download completed, Open the APK and go to Download folder (Here you’ll found the applications which you downloaded before).
First open the Google Account Manager.apk and go to Settings> enable Unknown Sources> tap OK > and finally Install>.
(REMEMBER: If in case this apk shows error while installing, then go back and download another version of Google Account Manager)
Tap on Done> and now install Quick shortcut maker, Go to settings> enable unknown sources> and tap over install.
Last Step: Open the application, on the search bar type Google account manager and select the first result. Here you’ll see a list of Google Account Managers, select the result with “Type email and Password”.
Then tap over “/Try” and tap “:” three points on the top right hand corner of screen and select Browser Sign-in.
Now you can enter your own Google Account details. Just enter the Gmail ID and Password of your own Google account, If you don’t have any account you can also create a new account then sign-in with that.
Just after Signing-in with your Google Account, You’ll be redirected to the Google Account Manager screen. Press “Power Button” and hit Restart.
Congratulations, after restarting Samsung Galaxy Phone, You can Complete the initial setup without any Google Verification Screen or Factory Reset Protection (FRP) lock.
You must Soft Reset your device after breaking the FRP Lock.
Go to Settings > Backup and Reset > Factory Data Reset > and Reset Phone.
Last Words: I’m sure this clear elaborated step-by-step method to remove FRP lock from “Samsung Galaxy C3, C5, C7, J1, J2, J3, J5, J7, A3, A5, A7, On5, On 7, S5, S6, S7, NOTE4, NOTE 5, NOTE 7, EDGE, PLUS, NEO, GRAND, PRIME, PRO, TAB, XCOVER” helped you to delete FRP security lock. For any kind of help feel free to comment below.