How to Bypass FRP Lock Without Password[Updated]Alex Scott, 18 November, 2019
With force-factory reset on Android phone, if find my device was turned on, you still should enter Google account and password to remove FRP lock, then you can use the phone normally. But if you no have Google account associated to the phone, you can't remove FRP lock on the phone unless with the help of EelPhone FRP lock removal.
FRP-Factory Reset Protection, it means when you factory reset one phone in one abnormal way, and the find my device feather was enabled, you're asked to enter Google account and password to log in the FRP locked phone. The FRP lock aims to prevent the phone from being stolen. When you get one new phone, set up Google account to turn on FRP on the phone.
Factory reset FRP locked phone is useless, erasing all data and settings on FRP locked phone, but Google verification is still on, and you're still asked to enter Google account and password to remove FRP lock. If you forgot FRP lock password(Google account and password), how to bypass the Google FRP lock? Turn to EelPhone Google FRP removal to remove FRP lock without Google account.
Part 1: How to Bypass FRP Lock on Any Phones in Clicks
EelPhone Google FRP Removal, one FRP bypass tool for PC, when you forgot Google account and Google password, but you want to bypass FRP lock without password, you can use it to bypass FRP lock on Samsung phone.
Step 1: Free download Google FRP removal on Windows, and then launch the FRP bypass tool on the Windows, two feathers: Remove Google Lock and Remove Screen Lock, select the first feather, click on it to bypass FRP lock on the phone.
Step 2: Currently, the EelPhone Google FRP Removal works for Samsung phone only, other Android phones is waiting in the list, and all data will be erased after removing FRP lock on the phone. Click on Next to remove FRP from the Android phone. And connect the FRP locked Android phone to the Google FRP removal via USB cable.
Note: Select the model information exactly before tapping on Next button.
Step 3: Check the Samsung model information on the interface.Before clicking on Start button, read the warning on the removal: Make sure the unique connection of your Samsung device that you want to remove FRP lock on it; the connection of WIFI is necessary for the successful process.
Step 4: The moment that you have clicked on Start button, our removal will send instructions to Samsung device, keep connection is very important while the removal is sending instruction to your Samsung device.
Step 5: The Samsung device will pop-up one window when received the instruction, click on View to open the link on the browser, the link will open the frpfile.com, click on Download button to get the file to remove FRP lock on the phone, that's why the FRP locked Samsung phone should be linked to the WIFI. Click on Next button to go on.
Step 6:Once the apk downloaded and installed, you'll jump to Settings interface, follow the guide on the removal to enable Pin window feature, click on Next to get the steps to set up one new pattern for your Samsung device.
Step 7:When new pattern was set up, restart Samsung phone, unlock Samsung phone by the new pattern you just set.
Part 2: Google FRP Bypass for Free
The only free method to bypass FRP lock on the phone for free is Google account and password.
FRP lock prevents the phone from being stolen and being put into factory reset to remove screen lock, force reset is useless if find my device feather is enabled. So if you don't need the FRP feather on Android phone, you can remove Google account from Android phone settings.
Go to Settings>Account>Google>Remove Account, enter Google account password to remove Google account on the phone. But it's not a good way to disable FRP on Android phone, you need Google account to download APP, and you need Google account to register on App also.
So, you can disabled Find My Device feather on Android phone, next time, abnormal factory reset can unlock the phone directly without FRP, but for Android owners, it's better to use FRP on Android phone, it's one further protection.
This article was updated on 25 November, 2020