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Remove Google Verification or Bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus

Let’s check out the steps to bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus. Factory Reset Protection or more popularly as FRP is a security mechanism implemented by Google in Android 5.1 and later devices. This feature is enabled automatically as soon as you register a Google account to your device. And if you perform a factory data reset on your device without removing this Google account, the FRP will be tripped.

So when the device reboots, it will ask for Google ID and password that was used with this device. If you know your Google account credentials, well then simply enter the same and you could easily use your device. This acts as a great security measure in case your device gets stolen. But what if you have accidentally tripped the FRP and now don’t remember the account credentials?

Well, this used to spell out trouble in earlier times, but now there is a handy way out to deal with this situation. In this guide, we will focus to achieve the same on a couple of Samsung devices. So if you are looking for ways to bypass this FRP (factory reset protection) on the Samsung Galaxy S10 or the S10 Plus, then this tutorial will help you out. Follow along.

Remove Google Verification or Bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus

Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus

Before we begin with the steps, there are a couple of requirements that your Samsung device needs to qualify. Make sure to go through them before proceeding ahead.

Prerequisites

That is it. Now proceed with the steps to bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus.

STEP 1: Launch ODIN

ODIN galaxy s10

  1. Launch the ODIN software tool and click on the AP button.
  2. Navigate to the Combination folder that you had downloaded from the above section and select it.
  3. Finally hit the Start button to begin the flashing process.
  4. Once that is done, your phone should ultimately boot and you should have access to the device Settings page.

STEP 2: Enable OEM Unlocking

oem-and-USB-Debugging

  1. Now go to Settings > System> About Phone > Tap Build number 10 times. This will enable Developer Options.
  2. Within that, look out for OEM Unlocking and enable the said toggle.

STEP 3: Reset Device via Recovery Mode

You will now have to factory reset your device via Recovery Mode. Follow the below steps to do so:

  1. Power off your device. Then press and hold the Power +Volume Down + Bixby button together for a few seconds.
  2. As soon as you see the Android logo, release all the three buttons. You might see the Installing system update after which the device will boot to stock recovery.
    Samsung-galaxy-s10-Recovery
  3. Now use the wipe data/factory reset option to highlight the said option and then hit the Power key to confirm your decision.
  4. Use the Volume key to select Yes — delete all user data and then hit the Power key to confirm it.
  5. Then the reset process will then begin. Once that is done, select the Reboot to Bootloader option via Volume keys and then use the power key to confirm it. Now proceed with the below steps to flash the firmware and hence bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ devices.

STEP 4: Flash the Firmware

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  1. Once your Samsung device is booted to the Download Mode, you could now flash the firmware file via ODIN. Follow the below steps to do so:
  2. Launch the ODIN tool and load the appropriate files for the AP, BL, CP, and HOME_CSC* options of the tool.
    ODIN-Software
  3. Then click the Start button and wait for the process to complete.

That is it. Now that your device boots, you could set it up using any of your Google accounts. So with this, we conclude the guide on how to bypass FRP or Factory Reset Protection on Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus. Do let us know in the comments if you end up facing any issues concerning the above steps. Rounding off, here are some iPhone Tips and TricksPC tips and tricks, and Android Tips and Trick that you should check out as well.

Comments

  1. I am working with a Samsung S10.
    What should I do if Odin3 says it can’t open the serial (COM) port?

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