Bypass Android Factory Reset Protection

Android Factory Reset

Bypass Android Factory Reset Protection lock & use mobile without visiting the service center.

If you stuck in Google ID signing in the process Android Factory Reset after performing a ‘Phone Reset’ or ‘Hard Reset’ Android phone then unlocking FRP is the only solution to get access to the phone again.

FRP is a short form of ‘Factory Reset Protection’ which blocks the device from misuse and allows genuine owner by authenticating the initial Google ID that was used to sync info.

Now, since Google introduced the new Google Account Verification or Factory Reset Protection (FRP) the phone becomes unavailable for usage if the person performing the factory reset does not have the credentials of the Google Account that was previously logged on the phone.

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This can also heavily impact users that buy the device from a third party and cannot get in touch with the person that sold them the phone. Most users reported not being able to use the phone because they could not get past the screen where the phone asks for the Google Account.  

Solution 1: Enable Google ID new device or application sign-in authentication Android Factory Reset

  • Be sure to remember the Google ID that you used to log in Google apps & sync data
  • Now sign in to Gmail and check right-bottom area showing the message: “Last account activity: xx hours ago Details
  • Click on ‘Details’ link then click on ‘Sign out all another web session‘ under ‘Activity on this account
  • Now visit: Signing into a new device or application page and press the ‘Continue’ button for success
  • Once ‘Account access enabled’, go back to LYF phone & try to login with the same ID again.
  • You will now get access to LYF phone initial setups.

Solution 2: Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) by resetting Android Phone after Hard  Reset

This solution will work for both Phone reset or Hard reset & when you get a message: ‘Please sign in using one of the owner’s accounts for this device’ on Google ID login‘. First of all, remove Sim cards & memory cards from the LYF phone.

Be sure you are under a WiFi network.

  • Select Language in Android phone and Continue
  • Be sure WiFi network is available – Don’t connect, just tap on ‘Add another Network’
  • Once Keyboard opens > Keep pressing a button located between ‘?123′ & ‘Spacebar’ until you find a small ‘Setting’ icon
  • Swipe up to select the ‘Setting’ icon.
  • Then, Select ‘Languages
  • Now, press LYF ‘Menu’ button
  • Tap Google search option & write down just ‘Set’ > ‘Settings’ icon will appear shortly
  • Select the ‘Settings’ icon
  • Scroll down to ‘Backup & reset’ button > tap to select
  • Select ‘Factory data reset‘ > then ‘Reset phone‘ > then ‘Erase everything
  • LYF phone will reboot & auto-erase everything
  • The phone will take a few minutes to start again – Don’t panic.
  • you have now successfully bypassed LYF FRP lock
  • When phone starts, don’t connect WiFi and just complete initial setups
  • Now open Google play & login with any ID you like.

Android Factory Reset in LYF mobile for seconds time will completely remove ‘Factory Reset Protection’. You can use any of the Google accounts to configure apps & settings.

Solution 3: Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) Lock in Android phone by enabling ‘OEM Unlocking’

If solution 1 & 2 don’t work for you then please don’t panic – 3rd one will work without any further problem. Be sure you have removed Sim cards & memory chip before Android Factory Reset.

  • Follow all steps from 1 to 8 in Solution 2
  • Once you are in ‘Settings‘ > Just scroll down & select ‘About phone’
  • Now tap ‘Build number’ for 7 times to enable ‘Development setting’
  • Go back to ‘Settings’ > Open ‘Developer options’ located just above ‘About phone’
  • Now enable ‘OEM Unlocking’ located above ‘Process stats’ under ‘Developer options’
  • Go back to ‘Settings’ > Select ‘Backup & reset’ button
  • Select ‘Factory data reset‘ > then ‘Reset phone‘ > then ‘Erase everything
  • LYF phone will auto-erase everything & reboot
  • you have now successfully bypassed LYF FRP lock in LYF phone
  • When the phone starts > just complete initial setup
  • Now open Google Play store & login with any ID you like.

you can also use the above solutions to Bypass Android Factory Reset Protection (FRP) lock-in Samsung, Nexus, HP, LG, Motorola & other devices. ‘OEM Unlocking’ option is available in very few handsets.

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