Monday, 4 July 2016

HOW TO BY-PASS ANDROID FACTORY RESET PROTECTION

Factory Resetting the Android phone using Recovery Mode, we will try to bypass the email screen that appears after the first reboot. If you can bypass the Email Screen and get access to Settings you can easily Factory Reset the phone and unlock your Android phone.

Steps to Bypass Android Factory Reset Protection

Note: This method may not work on the latest version of Google 6.0 Marshmallow.
Factory Reset your Android Phone using the Recovery Mode and reboot it/Restart it.
Now it will ask you to verify Google Account. Connect your phone to PC using USB cable.
Once you are connected, the device “File Manager” will pop-up.
Next step is to download and copy the below given apk to your device using your Computer.
Now navigate to the location where the apk has been saved. Double click on the APK to open it.
It will prompt to go to Settings and Enable Unknown Source.
Install the APK and open it. It will take you to the Settings page. Under Settings, go to Backup and Reset and tap on Factory Reset >> Reset >> Reset All.
The reset process may take some time, but once the device reboots, it will not ask you to verify the Google Account.

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