How to Remove Google Lock (FRP) from Samsung Devices
If you buy a locked second-hand Samsung device and don't know the credentials, or you just forgot the Google account and password. Whatever the reason, Tenorshare 4uKey for Android can help you bypass Samsung FRP on both Win and Mac in 5 minutes. Support Samsung with Android 6/7/8/9/10/11/12.Available for macOS 13 Available for Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7
Step 1: Connect Samsung Device
After installing 4uKey for Android on your computer, connect your locked Samsung device, then choose the feature "Remove Google Lock(FRP)".
Step 2: Select Device OS Version
Now, you will jump to a new screen. Please select the OS version of your Samsung device and click "Start". If you don't know, click on the "Don't know the device OS version?" option to check.
Step 3: Remove Samsung FRP Lock
To continue, you need to check the on-screen notes and confirm. Then click on "Start". As there is a little difference in the next steps according to the device OS version you selected, so just choose your Samsung version and go on.
1. For Android 11/12
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Click the "Start" button when a confirmation popup appears.
On your Samsung device, go back to the very first Welcome Screen. Tap "Emergency call" to bring up a dial pad from where you need to enter *#0*#. Then your device will immediately enter its hidden diagnostic mode.
Now, click the "Next" button on the bottom right corner of the program window. 4uKey for Android will start removing the FRP lock from your device.
Note: During the removing process, you'll be prompted to allow USB debugging. Simply check "Always allow from this computer" and then tap "OK" or "Allow" on your Android device. Once done, click "OK" on your computer screen.
It may take a few minutes for the Samsung FRP bypass process to complete. When the Google FRP lock is successfully removed, a success message will be shown on the screen and your Samsung device will reboot immediately.
Once your phone restarts, you won't be asked to verify your Google account and you can just follow the onscreen instructions to set up your phone as new.
Video Guide on How to Bypass Samsung FRP Lock with Android 11/12:
In case the above method doesn't work on your device for some reasons or there isn't a dial pad on your Samsung tablet, we suggest trying the alternative method.
Go back to the OS version selection page, choose "Android 11/12" and click "Start" to proceed.
Now, click "Alternative method" directly from the Notes.
On the pop-up window, click "Start" when you confirm that your device has been connected to a Wi-Fi network and it is now on the Google account verification page.
4uKey for Android will send a notification to the locked Samsung phone that has been connected to the PC.
Tap the "View" button on your Samsung device to open Samsung Galaxy Store.
Follow the on-screen instructions to go to Galaxy Store and download the "Alliance Shield" app.
For the application you downloaded, the usage is in line with their terms, and if there is a violation of your rights, please contact us.
Open Alliance Shield and go to the login page. You need to register a new account for this app. After sign in, enter the device model and tap on Next.
Follow the steps to turn on "Device admin" and "Knox". Then go to App Manager and search for "service mode".
Turn on Service mode and check "MTP+ADB". It is important to check this option and allow USB debugging on your phone. Then unplug and replug the USB cable to your Samsung device.
Next, 4uKey for Android will start removing the Google lock, please wait for it to finish.
The last step: after the program removes the lock, you can enter the home screen on Samsung. Go to Settings > General management > Reset, and factory reset your device to completely bypass the FRP.
Note: If your Samsung device is not secured by Knox, the alternative method may not work for you. Please click the button below to check the list of Samsung devices which support Knox.Knox Supported Devices
Check out How to Bypass Samsung FRP Lock with Android 11/12 using the Alternative Way:
2. For Android 6/9/10
After you confirm the information and click on Start, 4uKey for Android will send a notification to your Samsung phone.
Click "View" option on your Samsung device, and your phone will go to Galaxy Store. Open Samsung Browser here. If your Samsung Browser app needs updating, update first.
Click ">" icon to continue. Type the URL https://www.tenorshare.com/frp-settings in the browser. Then, tap on "Open Settings" and you will jump to the Settings page. Choose "Pin" option on your phone.
Then select Do not require and set a pin code in the next page. When the page in step 9 shows, skip it and tap on "Back" button to go back to the Wifi page.
Go on the final 3 steps. Reconnect Wifi and continue the settings. In the Pin page, enter the pin code just set. Then you can skip or sign in Google account and finish settings. After these, click "Next".
3. For Android 7/8
Tenorshare 4uKey for Android will send a notification to your Samsung device. Please don't disconnect your phone during the process.
Click on "View" on your Samsung phone. Without go to Samsung Galaxy Store, your phone will directly jump to Browser and the next steps are the same. Enter the URL https://www.tenorshare.com/frp-settings. Then, tap on "Open Settings".
Select "Pin" option on the "Protect your phone" page. Set up a pin code you remember.
In the page of step 7, choose Skip and tap on "Back" or "<" to return to Wifi connection page. Reconnect the Wifi and enter Pin code next. Similarily, skip or log into your Google account.
Video Guide on How to Bypass Samsung FRP Lock with Android 6/7/8/9/10:
Step 4: Restart Samsung Device
Last, your device will restart. If it needs a Pin code, use the pin code you just set to access your Samsung device.
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