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In February 2015, Android version 5.1 (Lollipop) was released. Within that update Google introduced a new security feature called factory reset protection (FRP) which was created to ensure data protection for all Android owners.
The FRP security feature works like this: Every Android device with Android version 5.1 (Lollipop) or higher has factory reset protection, and it is enabled when the mobile device is “Factory Reset” from the “Recovery Menu”. Once you are setting up your newly reset Android device you will come across the “Google Account Verification” screen which will ask you to enter the primary Google account information (Email and Password) that was previously synced on the device. The FRP security feature is primarily for situations in which your Android device gets stolen and the thief attempts to access your device, the security feature prohibits the person from accessing the mobile device. But, sometimes the factory reset protection is triggered when it is not needed.
- Purchased a new phone and the previous owner forgot to sign out of their Google account.
- Reset your own phone and forgot the previous Gmail information.
- Receiving a phone from a friend/family member that forgot their Google account information.
No matter the cause of the FRP security feature being triggered, it can be a tedious task to bypass the lock without the proper tools and access.
Luckily, our team at UnlockJunky has premium tools and access that allow us to FRP Bypass all Samsung devices plus most ZTE, Motorola, and LG devices as well.