Removing Google’s Factory Reset Protection (FRP)

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Removing Google’s Factory Reset Protection (FRP)

It can be a problem if you do not sell, trade or deliver a phone without a factory reset or you do not remember the password. This post explains how it works.

Many Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy devices, use Google’s Factory Reset Protection (FRP) feature. With FRP, the owner’s Google password is required before accessing a reset phone.

This feature factory reset prevents unwanted people from accessing a stolen or lost phone and provides additional security. Even if your phone is stolen, the thief will not be able to use it or retrieve its contents. So we can really say that this is a very good feature in android.

But if you do not remember the password of your phone’s email, it will be difficult for you to use it after resetting. So we have to remove this feature from your phone for a while. In other words, after you reset your phone, your phone will ask for the password of your previous email account.

If you want to remove this feature you have to remove your email account from the phone.

  • Go to your apps and go to settings
  • Select Accounts and Backups.
  • Tap Accounts.
  • Select your Google Account.
  • Tap Delete Account, then confirm by tapping Delete Account.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process of removing your Google Account.
Removing Google’s Factory Reset Protection (FRP)

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