With the advent of Android 5.1 Lollipop, the users got not only new useful features but also frankly weird “features”. For example, Google FRP Lock, or reset protection, the essence of which is to protect the phone from intruders who decided to bypass the lock of the smartphone by resetting.
After reset, the user must log in to a Google account, to which the smartphone was attached, but, unfortunately, very often the phone just does not accept a valid account and password. How to deal with this problem?
There are so many ways to bypass Google Factory Reset Protection, special instructions exist for each smartphones model, that is why:
Google security policy states that the FRP Lock is valid for only 72 hours, so if you are not in a hurry, you can just wait for three days, and then your smartphone will switch on.
Let’s start with the most simple way, for which you only need a memory card or a Flash with OTG cable. The FRP has reset thanks to a pop-up message about the connected memory card, from which you can get into the system settings, just follow the simple steps:
This method assumes that you have the option to call on a locked smartphone, if you don’t have this option, move on. How to bypass Google Factory Reset Protection on Android using a Sim-card:
During initial Setup, go to the Wi-Fi connection page, then reset FRP Lock according to the instructions:
These ways of bypassing Google FRP after reset are not recommended to the users who have never used SP Flash Tool or custom recovery. These methods are only suitable for the smartphones based on MTK chips!
FRP, you should find something like this:
"linear_start_addr"from scatter.txt in
"Begin Address [HEX]in SP Flash Tool”, and
"partition_size:"in “Format Length [HEX]”, Google FRP Lock is located right here
Have you managed to bypass Google FRP Lock? Which method did you use? Share your experiences in the comments.