How to disable Factory Reset Protection? The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) automatically enabled on all devices running Android 5.0 or later. It is a system that link android smartphone to your email account.
How to disable Factory Reset Protection (FRP) of Android?
It is a security measure to protect your data. If someone resets your device in a way that Android deems unsafe, you’ll be blocked until you sign in with your original email account. That is, with which the device was activated.
Deactivating Android FRP is a necessary procedure when we want to return, give away or sell a mobile. If the factory reset protection is not canceled, the device will still require the user to log in to use it. First, we need to consider how NOT to reset the computer.
The “dangerous way” to do this is the combination of buttons to perform a hard reset (access recovery) and update the firmware of the device. If we do this, the FRP will still be activated and the new owner of the smartphone will not be able to use it.
Below we explain how YES you should do it.
Disable Android FRP Step by Step
To remove this protection, you must reset the device from the system settings itself. For this, it is necessary to carry out these three actions:
- Erase or remove pattern lock. In Settings > Lock screen and securitydisables all terminal locking methods.
- Delete accounts configured on the device. In Settings > Google > Accountdelete all accounts.
- Perform a full computer cleanup. In Settings > System > Reset Settingsselect ‘Factory data reset’ and ‘Erase everything’.
In this way, the terminal eliminates all your contents and dissociates the initially configured Gmail email.