How to Bypass Factory Reset Protection?
If you have the Google account & password, Factory Reset Protection will not be a problem. But what if you forget the password after factory reset  or you don’t feel comfortable to share your Google usersname/password with the next user? Is there a way to bypass the Factory Reset Protection? Here is a simple trick that might work for you.

  1. When you see the Factory Reset Protection page that requires you to enter the Google account previously synced to the phone, long press the @ on the keyboard until a window pops up.
  2. Tap “Google Keyboard Settings” on the pop-up window.
  3. Click on the three dot (…) on the upper right and choose “Help & Feedback” item. Select a ramdom item and long press to copy some of the text. You will see a web search icon on the upper right. Click the icon and on the search field appearing, type “Settings”.
  4. -You’ll then enter the “Settings” app of the phone. Go to “Developer Options” (if the option is not in the list, tap on “Build Number” 7 times to pull out “Developer Options” ) and allow “OEM Unlocking”.
  5. Long press the “Power” button to reboot the phone. When setting up the phone, inteads of the FRP page, you’ll see “Add your account” page. Add a Google account and you can enter the device now.




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