If your Samsung mobile phone is stuck on the Google account verification screen that says “This device was reset. To continue, sign in with a Google account that was previously synced on this device”, then you’re facing a Google FRP lock (also known as Google Factory Reset Protection).
In such a case, you have to enter the specified Google account and the correct password to get into the phone. But what if you forgot your Google account or password and can never get it back? Or what if you bought a second-hand Samsung phone with a FPR lock and can’t get in touch with the seller? Don’t worry. In this article, we will teach you how to bypass Google FRP lock on Samsung Galaxy S6/S7/S8/S9/j7/a20 and other series of Samsung phones.
First of all, we would like to recommend a professional and powerful Android unlocking tool for PC – iSumsoft Android Password Refixer, which is specially designed to bypass FRP lock on Samsung phones. You just need to follow the steps below.
Download iSumsoft Android Password Refixer software in any browser on your PC. When the download is complete, double-click the downloaded .exe file to open a setup wizard. Then just follow the wizard to install iSumsoft Android Password Refixer on your PC. After installation, you can launch the software directly from the setup wizard or from the desktop shortcut.
Make sure the iSumsoft Android Password Refixer is open on your PC and connect the Samsung phone to your PC via a USB cable.
The software needs a specific Samsung USB driver installed on the computer to recognize the Samsung phone. If a driver installation prompt is displayed at the top of the software interface, it usually means that the corresponding driver has not been installed on your computer. So, can simply click Install to install the driver. Once the driver is installed, the software will establish a connection with your Samsung phone.
Select “Unlock Google Lock (FRP)” on the software’s interface and on the next page, click Next to proceed.
Now you need to enter the device information of your Samsung phone, including the device model number and the country code. Next, select the download path and the decompression path, and then click Download to download the firmware package needed to bypass the FRP lock.
Wait for the firmware package download to complete. It will take a few minutes. Once the download is complete, the software will extract the firmware package in preparation for bypassing the FRP lock.
Now you need to follow the steps on the screen to put the Samsung phone into Downloading mode.
Once the Samsung phone has entered Downloading mode, click Start in the screenshot above to start unlocking the FRP lock.
Soon, FRP lock will be removed successfully, and you can access your Samsung phone directly without verifying any Google account.
If you’re wondering how to bypass FRP lock on Samsung phone without a PC, this method is for you. It does not work for all Samsung phones, but you can still give it a try.
Like Apple’s iCloud activation lock, the security of Google’s FRP lock is also very high, which means that it is not easy to bypass it without the original Google account and password. However, software is written by human beings, so there will inevitably be loopholes or bugs. Someone has found an Android system vulnerability that can bypass the Google FRP lock on Samsung mobile phones without using a PC or software tool. The specific steps are as follows.
The steps required to bypass the Google FRP lock have all been complete. Now restart the Samsung phone. When it turns on again, choose your language and connect to a Wi-Fi network. This time, the Samsung phone should not ask for Google account verification, but will ask you to use a new Google account to activate the phone.