Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro Bypass FRP Remove Google Account.
Remove Factory Reset Protection. FRP is a new built-in feature in the Android operating system. this will help protect the data and information stored on your mobile after you perform a hard reset, Including encrypted data and screen lock. The FRP or Factory Reset Protection is a security feature for your Android phone. This feature is already equipped on the phone that runs the Android operating system Lollipop 5.1 or higher. This guide will show you how to remove Google account previously synced on the Samsung J7 Pro.
So, FRP will automatically work when you are synchronizing your mobile device with a Gmail account, So you do not need to activate manually. When FRP is enabled on your J7 Pro device, it prevents the use of a device after a factory data reset, until you log in using Google username and password previously set up on the device. So you need to make sure to keep your Google account in a safe place before doing a hard reset. in other words, you should not forget the Google account ever registered on your smartphone. Otherwise, your smartphone will be locked.
Then what can you do if you currently forget your Gmail account and you have done the factory reset on Samsung J7 Pro? this is not a difficult thing. The following guidelines will explain in detail. I hope you are the official owner of the mobile phone that will bypass its FRP. So your actions are legal, and not harmful to others.
Here are some suggestions you can make before perform the hard reset process on the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, to avoid having your device locked by FRP.
- Make sure you backup all data before the hard reset process is done.
- Make sure you correctly remember or write down your Google account. This account we need to login after a hard reset.
- If you know your Google account username, but can’t remember the password related the current Gmail, you can reset your password on the device. it can take up to 24 hours for a new password to sync with all registered phone or devices. After 24 hours, you can try logging in to your smartphone with the new password.