Hi Everyone, welcome to bypassfrplock! I am excited to share some fantastic information about Google’s FRP lock with you all. This article will go through the following: How Google FRP Affects Android Users, Google FRP’s Short History, & How to Trigger the Google FRP Lock. Let’s begin.
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How Does Google FRP Affect Android Users?
Before we dive in, let me ask you: What do you use your phone for? In this exciting time we have the ability to have our bank account, social groups, work, cryptocurrency, plus all personal information in one device that can fit in a pocket, or on our wrist! The possibilities of what you can do with these incredible devices are endless! But, that also exposes us to fraud, theft, & so much more. That is where The Google FRP lock comes in. This security feature on devices with Android version 5.1 or higher provides peace of mind when inputting personal information. If someone Hard Reset’s your Android device, the Google FRP lock will trigger. This locks device to the Google Verification screen. Denying access to anybody who tries to enter without the previous Gmail login.
Google FRP’s Short History
It all started September 23, 2008 when Android 1.0 was released. At this point, the only apps that you could have on your device was Gmail, Google Maps, Calender, & Youtube. This changed with the Android 1.6 Donut release. Android 2.0 made it possible to use voice guided navigation & real time traffic while on the roads in 2009. During the next few updates Android’s focus was design & ‘under the hood’ maintenance.
When you skip up to July 10, 2012 you will see Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. With it’s inviting new look, lock screen widgets (which died soon after), and pattern lock system. Android 4.4 was a shift from the original greens & blue features to neutral, white and transparent.
Android 5.1 Lollipop was released April 21, 2015. Lollipop was jam packed with features like: recent app cards, hands free, and the Google FRP lock. Along with these considerable add ons were serious bugs that had to be fixed. This brought an early release to Android 6.0 Marshmallow which started yearly updates & dealt with many 5.1 bugs. Marshmallow allowed devices to include finger print scanners as well as USB type C chargers.
Android 7.0 Nougat – 9.0 Pie really developed Android into the software we know and use today. There were unreal features like Google Assistant, hybrid gestures, suggested reply, and of course digital well being. But, once we started getting into our most recent version of Android the focus shifted to how we use our devices & security. Android 10 brought on full gestures, system update permissions, and Focus mode. While, Android 11 added app permissions and bubbles. We are currently awaiting Android 12 to be released & the talk is all about permissions for camera & mic access!
How to Trigger the Google FRP Lock
As we went over above, it is quite easy to trigger the FRP lock. All that you have to do is Hard reset the Android device without signing out of the Gmail first. If you are interested in Hard resetting your device here are instructions below for Samsung, Motorola, & ZTE devices. Let me know if you need another device hard reset.
How Do I Avoid the Google FRP Lock?
It can be quite simple to sidestep the Google FRP lock. But, if you must bypass your device please meet the UnlockJunky team. They have been bypassing FRP since the beginning & are happy to help you get back into your locked device!
Our first option is to remove all personal account information before the reset. You can do this by going into your settings & finding accounts. Once you’re there you should have a ‘Google‘ option that you can select. Remove all Gmail accounts associated with your Android device. Once this is done you will be ready to Hard reset the device & avoid the FRP lock.
The second option that you can use is a internal factory reset which can be done through settings. If you go into your setting & find Systems then reset options you will be on the right track to factory reset your device. When doing this just read the prompts.
I hope that this helped you better understand the Google FRP lock & all of its wonders. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!