Bypass Remove Google Account FRP Reset Any Samsung Galaxy

Welcome to our website. We provide different options to bypass google account security in case you forgot your own google account. We are trying to cover all the Samsung models by updating to the latests security patches that Samsung is updating the firmware.Factory Reset Protection (FRP), is a security feature on Android devices with Android OS Version 5.1 (Lollipop) and higher. The FRP provides a built-in security feature you are able to use that protects your device and information, including screen locks and data encryptions. The FRP is enabled automatically when a Google account has been registered on the device and will be disabled if the Google account is removed from the device prior to the Factory Data Reset. Once the FRP has been activated, it will prevent use of your device after a Factory Data Reset in an untrusted environment. This means if your device has been Factory Reset in any other way than Settings > General Management > Reset > Factory Data Reset, the FRP Lock will be enabled.When performing a Factory Data Reset, all settings are returned to the factory default settings and all personal data is erased, including files and downloaded apps. If the Google FRP is enabled, you will need to enter your Google account credentials before you can do a factory reset on the device.

Google Account Verification is a simple, but effective method of security. It requires that when you set up a new device, you have to enter your Google account and verify that you’re the owner of that account by clicking through a link in an email. Easy enough.What most people don’t realize is that, by default, when you set up your Android device with a Google account, the Factory Reset Protection feature is enabled by default. It prevents someone from accessing the device (and therefore any data on the device) after a factory data reset unless the user knows the last Google username and password that was used to set up the device. So, if you lose your phone or it’s stolen, the person who ends up with it can’t access the device unless they have your login credentials. That’s great. Until it’s not.If your Android device is lost or stolen, you’ll probably be grateful for the FRP feature. It effectively makes your phone useless to whoever steals it. But what if you sell your phone and the new owner can’t get into it? Or what if you reset your phone and then you can’t remember the credentials you used to set up the phone initially (or you just want to use different credentials)? That’s when knowing how to bypass Google account verification becomes a good skill to have. Unfortunately, it’s not a straightforward process, no matter what kind of device you’re using. Bypassing Google Account Verification and the FRP lock isn’t as straightforward as opening Settings and topping the right option. Even to turn the option off requires numerous steps. And there’s more than one way to do it. You can:Disable FRP.Bypass verification by resetting the device (on some devices).Bypass verification through a series of maneuvers during setup (on some devices).Bypass verification using an APK tool.Once the Google account has been removed, you’ll no longer have to deal with the FRP lock. If you’ve sold your phone to someone else, you may want to do this before you ship the phone away or hand it off to the new user to ensure the new owner won’t have access to (or need access to) your Google account credentials in order to access the phone.If the above method for removing your account doesn’t work, you may be able to reset your phone to factory default and, during the setup process, maneuver through the network connection settings to remove the Google account (and the verification that goes along with it). Another way to bypass Google account verification is to use a small program, known as an APK or Android Package Kit, that installs an app on your Android device to bypass the Google account verification for you. Generally, this is the most difficult method of bypassing your account verification. Installing and using APKs is a little more difficult than installing an app directly to your phone. The method by which you install an APK and use it to install an app on your phone will differ from phone to phone and application to application, but the general steps are: Choose the APK program you would like to use. There are plenty to choose from, including FRPHijacker Tool (for Samsung devices), FRP Bypass APK, D-G Unlocker Tool, or GSM Flasher ADB Tool. Download the FRP bypass tool to a USB drive. (You could also run these from a PC, but it’s easier to run them directly on the device.) Once the download is complete, connect the USB drive to your mobile device using an on-the-go (OTG) cable. These are cables that have one female USB end and one end that fits your device. Find and install the APK from the USB device. Once the installation is complete, you should have access to your device settings to make the changes necessary to bypass your Google account.