What is FRP (Factory Reset Protection)?
Android OS provides built-in security features you can use to protect your Smartphone and information, including screen locks with data encryption. Thieves cannot use your phone if your phone is stolen. Because he does not know the passwords of your Gmail account. Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security feature on Android devices with Android Lollipop 5.1 OS and higher. In this tutorial, I share with you the latest method to Samsung A6 2018 FRP Bypass Without PC – Samsung A6 FRP Unlock by following some easy steps.
When FRP (Factory Reset Protection) is activated?
Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is automatically will be activated on your device. If it is logged in to Google account, and you reset your mobile. Once Samsung FRP is activated, it prevents the use of a device after a factory reset or Hard reset. If you know the password for your previously logged ID, you can easily remove FRP lock google account on Samsung mobiles by connecting to a Wi-Fi network. But when you forget the password then to locked out of Google account, you need to remotely log in to your logged-in Google account, and you will have to log in a new Google ID. Today I will show you how you can easily bypass Google FPP Lock. And you can get your phone back as before.
Samsung A6 2018 summary:
Samsung A6 2018 smartphone was released in May 2018. The phone runs Android 8.0 (Oreo). It comes with a 5.6 inches” touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 x 1480 pixels and screen type is Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen. Galaxy A6 is powered by an Octa-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53 processor. It comes with 64GB internal memory and 4GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy A6 is powered by a Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery. Samsung A6 on the rear packs 16mp camera. and a 16mp camera on the front for selfies. Connectivity options on the Galaxy A6 include Wi-Fi, GPS, FM radio, 3G, and 4G. Sensors on the phone include Iris scanner, fingerprint, proximity, compass, barometer, accelerometer, gyro, heart rate, SpO2. The Samsung Galaxy A6 dimensions 149.9 x 70.8 x 7.7 mm (height x width x thickness).
Disable FRP before Factory Reset:
The FRP lock is usually activated when the mobile is the factory reset. If you want, you can disable this lock before resetting your mobile. To apply these methods, you must know the password of the desired mobile. Otherwise, it is not possible. So I will tell you at this step how to easily disable Google FRP lock before reset your android Smartphone.
Step 1: Using the Account Option:
Unlock your phone and go to the Setting menu > From the Account Option > Remove Google Account > Done! Now you can reset your phone without facing the FRP lock.
Step 2: Using the Developer Option:
Go to the settings Menu > then About Device > tap on the “Build Number” more than 5 times > go back to settings menu > Now tap on the Developer option > check to Enable OEM Unlock > Done! Now you can reset your phone without facing the FRP lock.
Samsung A6 2018 FRP Bypass Steps:
Step 1: Connect your Samsung A6 2018 smartphone with Wi-Fi.
Step 2: Go to the Welcome screen and insert your SIM card with pin and swipe notification bar from the top.
Step 3: Now tap and hold the notification bar and remove the SIM card again.
Step 4: Now touch on the Notification Settings.
Step 6: Open the Notification option. Scroll and touch on YouTube.
Step 7: Click on the In-app notification settings option.
Step 8: Now tap on History & Privacy option.
Step 9: tap on the Youtube Terms of Service.
Step 10: After tapped, Google Chrome Browser appears on your mobile screen.
Step 11: Now go to this URL and Download FRP Bypass APK
Step 12: install it.
Step 13: click on the Google Account Manager APK install option and install it.
Step 14: Choose Google account manager version 5.0 for Android 8 Oreo or Android 9 Pie.
Step 16: After the download, install the Google account manager.
Step 17: Now return go back on the FRP Bypass app and tap on the FRP Bypass option.
Step 18: Tap on Browser SIGN IN option.
Step 19: From the upper right corner touch on the three-dot icon, and select the “browser sign-in” option. and then sign in your another google account then restart your smartphone.
Step 20: That’s it. your Smartphone is now unlocked !!