How to Unlock a Google Locked Phone 2021

EelPhone author Alex Scott, 25 November, 2019

Summary

Forgot my Google account, Google account locked how to unlock? If getting the Google account, it's easy to unlock Google locked phone, without Google account and password, force to unlock Google account with EelPhone FRP Removal, which will unlock Google account on Android phone without password, but also will lose all data on Android phone.


Almost all Android phone with os 5.1 or high version, you're reminded to enter one Gmail and password as the Google account for the Android phone, it's the FRP lock for Android phone, without Google account and password, even factory reset, you can't delete Google FRP lock on the phone. You should enter the original Google account and password to unlock a Google locked phone, without data loss, without erasing settings on the phone.

Force reset Google locked phone can't unlock Google account, but you have another way to unlock Android phone pattern lock without gmail, but all data loss after the process of unlocking Google locked phone without password via EelPhone FRP Removal.

Part 1: How to Unlock Phone With Google Account


With Google account, just enter the Google account and password to unlock Google locked phone, it's easy.
When you forgot phone password/pattern/pin, you have another method to unlock Android phone, click on Forgot Password on the screen, use the Google account to unlock locked Phone.
how to unlock a Google locked phone
Or for fixing system problems, you always force factory reset the phone to solve the system problem, phone was locked because of abnormal factory reset, just the enter the Google account and password to Android unlock phone with Google account.
how to unlock a Google locked phone

Part 2: How to Unlock Android Phone Without gmail Account-Using New Technology


But mostly, you're wondering factory reset the phone to remove Google account on the phone when you forgot Google password, it's useless. Google account can't be removed by factory reset because of the FRP on Android phone. You need the EelPhone FRP Removal to hack a Google locked phone.


Step 1: Free download the EelPhone FRP Removal on Windows, it works only on Windows, so you should prepare a computer in Windows system. Install and launch the removal. On EelPhone, from two feathers, click on Remove Google Lock to unlock Google locked Android phone.
how to unlock a Google locked phone

Step 2: Connect the Google locked phone to computer, select the Samsung phone model from the list, click on Next to switch to the next page.
how to unlock a Google locked phone

Step 3: The tool will scan out your Samsung model information, but you should also recheck the correction of the model information, then tap on Start button to go on.
Warning: There is the note before the repair process, there is only the Google locked Samsung phone linking to the computer; Google locked Samsung phone should be linked to WIFI to get the apk file online.
how to unlock a Google locked phone

Step 4: Google locked phone will receive the noticefication from our software once clicked on Start Remove button,
how to unlock a Google locked phone

Step 5: Click on the View from the poping window on Samsung device, the Google locked phone will open the link on browser, you should download the apk document online, so it's important of WIFI connection.
how to unlock a Google locked phone

Step 6: According to the guide on the Google locked phone to install the apk document, when switch to the settings interface, string along with the guide on the tool to enable the Pin windows which allow us to set up one new pattern for Google locked phone.
how to unlock a Google locked phone

Step 7: Draw one new pattern for Google locked phone, tap on Continue, restart the phone one more time, you'll unlock Google locked phone by the new pattern.
how to unlock a Google locked phone

The guide on the removal will guide us unlock a google phone without password step by step. All data loss, and all settings will be erased also, it's one total new phone, set up another Google account and password for it.



Alex Scott

This article was updated on 15 December, 2020