What is the purpose of the Samsung reactivation lock and Google FRP lock? Both security features are made to keep your device & personal information safe. There are very distinct differences between the two, but many device owners are not briefed about their security & how the features are triggered. Let’s talk about it!
Google FRP Lock
Google’s factory reset protection (FRP) security feature was introduced to all Android devices during the release of lollipop 5.1 back in 2015. The FRP lock is triggered when an Android device is hard reset without signing out of the Google account. Google’s feature prevents flashing, software changes, & overall access to the device, until Gmail credentials are provided.
Samsung Reactivation Lock
Samsung’s Reactivation lock was released in April 2014 with Android version 4.4 KitKat. The security feature is triggered when a new SIM is inserted into a Samsung device. Along with the lock, location tracking is turned on in case the device was stolen or lost. Providing your Samsung account information will disable the lock.
The Samsung reactivation lock and Google FRP lock are both incredibly powerful security features made to protect the device owner’s investment. Unfortunately, there are cases where device owners forget their Google or Samsung credentials making it difficult to access their mobile device. This is where our bypass specialists come in to help you access your device. If one of these two locks (or both) are enabled on your device, let us know in the comments below! Our specialists will find the most reliable solution for you.
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