Google introduced the Factory Reset Protection for Android devices with the launch of Android Lolipop, the feature is like the Apple’s iCloud Lock, it is supposed to make the device harder for the thieves to get in the device. Whenever you reset your device to factory settings from the Android recovery menu you may need to enter the Google account you were using before resetting it.

 

 

However, if you bought the device from somewhere or you forgot the password of your account don’t worry there is a work around to bypass the FRP lock. This guide will show you how you can bypass the FRP lock on your device.

Bypass Factory Reset Protection Lock:

Bypass Factory Reset Protection Lock

The bypass procedure works on mainly any Android device, the device used in this guide is LG Leon from MetroPCS / T-Mobile, to unlock the device follow the steps in the video below.

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