Dr.Fone User Guide for Screen Unlock
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How To Bypass FRP on Samsung Devices?
"I've just bought a second-hand phone, but I don't know the PIN code or the previous Google account. Is there a way to bypass Google FRP lock?"
If you are struggling to get into the home screen of your Samsung tablets or mobile phones, like the Samsung Galaxy S22. Then, it would be best if you learned Samsung S22 FRP unlock process. The problem is that the Factory Reset Protection (FRP) feature has been activated due to an unsafe factory reset; hence, you will have to bypass Google FRP before utilizing your Samsung device.
The good news is that there is a quick shortcut maker FRP bypass for you to disable the Samsung S22 account and enter it into your device's home screen. That is Dr.Fone – Screen Unlock (Android). This guide will show you some of the trusted methods you can use to solve this issue.
Part 1: Bypass Google Account of Almost All Samsung (Including Android 11/12)
Removing the Google account from a device sounds no difficult and different for you. However, sometimes it gets important to be aware of some details about the smartphone. What if you have bought a used Samsung device and want to remove its FRP lock? With no particular knowledge of its OS version or if you want to find the easiest FRP bypass way, you can have it unlocked with the solution for All Android Versions. Let's find out how you can cover this process with ease:
Start off by launching Wondershare Dr.Fone on your computer and connect the Samsung devices. Then, progress through Toolbox > Screen Unlock to open the specific toolkit on a new window.
* Dr.Fone Mac version still has the old interface, but it does not affect the use of Dr.Fone function, we will update it as soon as possible.
Out of the options that appear on the next screen, select Android to continue.
You will then have to select Remove Google FRP Lock on the next screen to continue with the specific operation.
If you are not aware of the Android OS version of your Samsung or want to use the quickest way to remove google lock, select the option of All Android versions (One-Click Removal) and continue by clicking Start on the same screen.
You will be prompted to a screen where you have to follow the on-screen instructions as guided. Look for the Emergency Call button on your Android and tap on it. Type *#0*# to open a secret menu. Once done, click Next on your computer screen.
Your Android screen will show a prompt to activate USB debugging. After allowing it on your Samsung device, click Authorized on your computer screen.
The next screen on your computer will display the removal of the FRP lock from your Android device.
Once the FRP lock is successfully removed, the prompt window will show its completion. Click Done if you have successfully executed the process. If the issue still prevails, go for the process again with the Try Again option.
Part 2: Bypass Google Account on Samsung with Android 6/9/10
If you are sure about your Samsung OS version, you can also follow the steps below to start the easy FRP bypass now. For Android 6/9/10, resetting the PIN code is a good way to deactivate Google FRP. Here are the steps for you to follow:
After accessing the Screen Unlock tool and opening the FRP lock function through it, lead to the screen where you have to select the Android version. Select Android OS 6/9/10 from the options and proceed by clicking Start.
Confirm the prompt that appears on the screen and make sure your Android is connected to a proper Wi-Fi connection. Continue by clicking OK.
The next screen will show that notification is being sent to your Samsung device.
As it is sent successfully, the screen will prompt its execution. Click OK to continue to the next instructions and get hold of your Android device.
Click the View button to open the Samsung Internet Browser and type the required URL in the browser. Then, follow the instructions to select the PIN to protect your phone.
Select the Do not require option to set a PIN code, and then click the Skip button to continue.
After that, revert back to the Wi-Fi connect page on your Samsung and enter the PIN code set. Progress with the on-screen instructions and discover the Skip button on the page when you are about to enter the Google account. Click Next on your computer screen once done.
The screen prompts the successful removal of the FRP lock from the Android device. Click Done to conclude the process.
Part 3: Bypass Google Account on Samsung with Android 7/8
The next steps are used to remove FRP on Samsung devices running Android 7/8. Let's get started now.
On reaching the Android version selection page, checkmark the Android OS 7/8 option and click Start.
On receiving a prompt on the screen, verify the information and click OK to continue.
You will be sent a notification on your Samsung device, whose progress will be displayed on the screen. Once it is sent successfully, the screen prompts its completion. Click OK to continue with the process.
For removing FRP, follow all on-screen instructions properly. On clicking View on the received notification on the Samsung device, continue to accept the terms of the Google Chrome browser that opens by clicking Accept & Continue. On choosing No Thanks, proceed with the next step.
Open the required URL and select Android 7/8. Continue to click the Download APK option to download an APK onto your Samsung device, which will serve as the key to bypassing FRP lock.
As it downloads, open it and lead into Settings. You will have to turn on the required permission settings to allow installation from this source and continue.
Successfully install the APK package on your Android device by following the on-screen instructions.
Then, lead back to the browser page and tap the Open Settings button. Lead into the security settings of your Samsung device by following the instructions and disable Android Device Manager and Find My Device to bypass FRP.
Go to the Settings of your Samsung and look for the Google Play Services and Play Store options for disabling.
After disabling these settings, proceed to set up an account on your Samsung device from Settings > Cloud and Accounts >Accounts. And then, follow the on-screen instruction to sign in to your Google Account or create a new one.
After you create/log in to the account and agree with the policy, head back into the similar navigation of security settings on the Samsung device to turn them back on.
Firstly, reactivate the services of Android Device Manager and Find My Device.
Conversely, turn on the services of Google Play Services and Play Store once again and restart your Samsung device.
As you open the device, you will find out that the FRP lock has been successfully removed from the Samsung device. The screen on the front of your computer also prompts the completion of the entire process.
Part 4: Not Sure about the Version of the Operating System? Check Now!
You can easily know the operating system version of your Samsung by following the steps below:
If you are not sure about the Android version of your Samsung, select the option of Not Sure the OS Version once you access the particular screen.
Follow the instructions to put your Samsung in Recovery Mode. Select the specific mode according to your device from the top.
Once you find out the specific Android version after putting the device in Recovery Mode, continue to select the specific option from the screen and follow the instructions provided in the above parts to do the Samsung FRP bypass, according to your Android version.
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