Easy Ways to Remove Google Account Bypass from Samsung A20/A20S Android 9,10,11
Do you want to factory reset your Samsung A20/A20S phone, but you can't remember the password? Don't worry; this guidepost has your back. Like other Android phones, Samsung phones come with built-in FRP (Factory Reset Protection) to prevent unauthorized factory resetting. But if you don't have the Google account password? Is it possible to Samsung A20 FRP bypass? Yes, and that's what this post is all about. You'll learn to bypass A20 and A20S FRP via multiple methods easily.
Part 1. What is the default Android version of the Samsung A20/A20S?
Samsung Galaxy A20 and A20S are medium-range smartphones under the A-Series lineup released in 2019. Like other phones in the Galaxy A lineup, they run on Android 9 Pie, although you can easily update the OS to Android 10 and 11. Unfortunately, these phones have the FRP feature or Android Lock, introduced in 2015 on Android Lollipop (5.1) or newer. But as said before, this feature can prevent you from resetting your phone. Read on to learn how to bypass FRP on A20S and A20.
Part 2. How to bypass Samsung A20 and A20s FRP with a PC?
Removing FRP on Samsung A20S or A20 can sound intimidating on paper. But it's a cakewalk with Dr.Fone –Screen Unlock (Android). This desktop program lets you effortlessly bypass your Google Account on Android 6 to Android 12.
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Solution 1. Bypass Google Account on Samsung A20/A20S with Android 9/10
- Step 1. Download and install this all-in-one software. Remember, Dr.Fone is compatible with Windows and Mac PCs. Then, Click the Screen Unlock tab and tap Android. Now click the Remove Google FRP Lock button.
- Step 2. Power on your Samsung phone and then use a USB wire to connect it to your PC. Then on Dr.Fone, set the Android version as Android OS 6/9/10. Your phone will automatically connect to Dr.Fone.
- Step 3. After successfully connecting your phone, Dr.Fone will send a notification to your Samsung device. Please tap View on your Samsung A20/A20S pop-up window to continue.
- Step 4. On the Samsung internet browser, please follow the instructions to select the PIN to protect your phone. It will take several minutes to complete the whole process.
- Step 5. When the lock is removed, tap Done to complete the process.
Solution 2. Bypass Google Account on Samsung A20/A20S with Android 11
- Step 1. If your Samsung A20/A20S is running Android 11, you can select the Android OS 11/12 option and click Start to start.
- Step 2. Follow the instructions to open the emergency call on your Samsung A20/A20S and type *#0*# to open a secret menu.
- Step 3. Then allow USB Debugging on your Samsung A20/A20S and click Authorized to continue when the operation is complete.
- Step 4. The next screen will display FRP lock removal; once successful, a confirmation prompt will indicate the process is complete.
Part 3. How to bypass Samsung A20/A20S Google Account without a computer?
So, what happens if you can't easily access a computer to install Dr.Fone and bypass FRP? Borrow one from a friend? You can skip the Android Lock feature directly on your Samsung phone without breaking a sweat. In this method, you only need a Wi-Fi connection. But be guided that the technique could be long and confusing.
- Step 1. Fire up your locked Samsung phone and tap the Let's Go arrow. Now agree to the Samsung terms and then press Next.
- Step 2. When the phone asks you to bring your old data, tap “Skip this for now” and click Next. Now connect your locked phone to a Wi-Fi network and then press Next.
- Step 3. After checking for updates, you'll be asked to draw your current password. Here, click the “Use my Google Account instead” option. Then, click the < icon until you reach the Let's Go screen, and power off your phone.
- Step 4. Now long-press the Volume Up and Power buttons concurrently to enter Android Recovery mode. Next, select the “Reboot system now” option by pressing the Power button.
- Step 5. Your phone will reboot and take you to the Let's Go screen again. This time, make an Emergency call of, let's say, 112. Of course, your call won't go through as you don't have a SIM inserted on your phone yet.
- Step 6. Navigate back to the home screen, click Next, accept the terms, and skip any data update. Then, click Add Network to launch the Samsung keyboard on the network screen, where you'll tap the Settings/Gear icon.
- Step 7. Click the Keyboard layout and feedback option and then tap Key-tap feedback. Now click Sound and vibration > Answering and ending calls > Answer automatically. Then, tap the Answer automatically option and use your two fingers to select 5 seconds and Customize options. Repeat the procedure until you see a dialog with the App info option. Click it.
- Step 8. Tap the Settings icon on the Call settings screen and click Block numbers. Then, click the Recent button and long-press the emergency number you dialed initially.
- Step 9. Long press the Emergency number button on top of the screen and click the Messaging icon. Then, tap the Ellipsis icon in the top-right corner and tap Add or remove people. Next, please enter the contact's name and tap the plus icon to add it.
- Step 10. Hold down and release the new contact's name, and then tap the Add button on the screen's bottom-left corner. After that, press the Add contact option and add a name and a Gmail address.
- Step 11. Click the email icon on the contact screen and then tap Skip before clicking the Add an email address button. Now choose the Exchange and Office 365 option, enter the email address on the contact you created, and tap the Manual Setup button. Next, tap Exchange and press Select to select a screen lock type.
- Step 12. Lastly, navigate back to the network screen and tap Next. Draw your pattern if prompted, and tap Skip on the Google Sign-in screen. And there is that!
There you have it! These two methods should help you bypass FRP on Samsung A20S and A20 models. But as you've seen, bypassing FRP without third-party help is for the techies. So, to avoid all that headache, use Dr.Fone –Screen Unlock (Android) to skip FRP on Android 6 or newer quickly.
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