Frp Lock




Factory Reset Protection helps keep your data safe if your phone is lost or stolen, but you need to remember to disable it before a new user can set it up and sign in.
   Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security method that was designed to make sure someone can't just wipe and factory reset your phone if you've lost it or it was stolen. Starting with Android Lollipop, FRP is "standard" in vanilla Android, and most companies making our phones have implemented it in their own models. It's a good thing — it makes a stolen phone harder to use, which makes it less appealing to thieves, and anything that can protect our data on a phone we've lost is welcome.
The problem is that people are selling or trading or even giving away phones with FRP enabled and this makes things difficult for the next user.
How it works explains why. If you reset a phone with FRP enabled, you have to provide the user name and password for the last Google account that was registered with the device but if you bought a phone and is on FRP enabled just relax am going to tell you how to bypass FRP locks.

BELOW TRICKS WILL HELP YOU TO BYPASS FRP WITHOUT MUCH STRESS....GOOD LUCK.
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