How to Bypass Google Account Samsung with OTG Method
With the help of this method you can Bypass Google Account the listed mobiles:
- Bypass Google Account Samsung S7
- Bypass Google Account Samsung J7
- Bypass Google Account Samsung ON 5
- Bypass Google Account Samsung Note 5
- Bypass Google Account Samsung Galaxy ON 5
- Bypass Google Account Samsung J3
- Bypass Google Account Samsung J6
- Bypass Google Account Samsung Galaxy S6
- Bypass Google Account Samsung Grand Prime
- Bypass Google Account Samsung eTab
If you are not able to unlock Samsung mobile device and you need to Samsung service repair center to fix this issue.
To BYPASS FRP GOOGLE ACCOUNT you need to follow this steps.
- Laptop or Computer.
- One Flash drive.
- and also need one OTG cable.
- Download Bypass Application
Step#1: Download the APK file in your laptop or computer that you need to install from your OTG.
Step#2: Now, Plug your flash drive to your computer & copy the file to the Flash drive root directory.
Step#3: Plug the OTG cable to your phone and plug the flash drive to the other end of the cable.
Step#4: Now, the Galaxy Note 5 will automatically launch the file explorer showing the root directory of the flash drive you just plugged in.
Step#5: Touch the APK file.
Step#6: A system dialog box will pop up warning you that sideloading of apps is blocked by default. Touch Settings to continue.
Step#7: Tap Unknown Sources, then OK. You can proceed to the installation of the APK file.
Step#8: After the installation, tap Open. You can now access the Settings menu.
Step#9: Unplug the OTG cable from your phone.
Step#10: Scroll down to Backup and reset and proceed with the Factory Reset.
FRP BYPASS FAQS:
Here are some of the questions we received from our readers:
Q: How to avoid tripping FRP without compromising the device’s security?
A: Try not to perform master reset especially if you’re not sure if you already disabled your password or screen lock.
Q: Why doesn’t factory reset trip FRP?
A: Doing the Factory Reset brings the owner to the Settings menu and you can only do that if you have full access to your phone.
Q: I’ve been an Android user for years and this is the first time I heard of FRP, is this a new feature?
A: Yes, it is. Google started implementing it since Android 5.0.
Q: How do you enable FRP?
A: Just setup your Google account and use any screen lock type except Swipe.
Q: Is there any way to bypass FRP aside from this?
A: Yes, there is but it’s more complicated and time-consuming compared to this one. With the other method, you will have to download the entire stock firmware and manually flash it to your phone.