FRP: What You Need To Know

What is UnlockJunky’s FRP Removal ServiceHello fellow Android users!

If you have a Samsung, Huawei, LG, ZTE, Motorola, or any other Android, there’s a chance of activating the Google FRP lock. Which prevents anybody from using the device until the previous Gmail information is entered or a Google account bypass is performed.

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What is the Google FRP Lock & How does it Work?

The factory reset protection (FRP) security feature was first implimented in 2015 when Google and Android collaborated on the Lollipop 5.1 update. FRP was created to provide Android device owners with the confidence to secure important information (photos, credit/debit card info, texts, etc.) on their mobile device. Once the lock is triggered you must sign into the previously used Google account to access any of the openers information. If you don’t know the pin/pass you will have to Google account bypass to access the device again.

How do I Avoid the FRP Security Feature & Keep all of my Information?

The easiest way to avoid FRP is to sign out of all Google accounts BEFORE a hard reset/factory reset.

  • Just make sure you complete a backup first 😉

I Need to Disable the Google FRP Lock Today!

Here are a few methods you can use to get back into your mobile device:

  1. Enter the previously used Gmail information (pin/pass)
  2. The UnlockJunky Team’s instant FRP removal service (Enjoy 12% off!) Promo Code: Unlock12
  3. Use an alternative solution (Talk back, HushSMS, etc.)

Or team hopes that we’ve helped you better understand the FRP security feature! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

Good Luck!

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