Remove Google Account or Bypass FRP Lock on Cubot P30

If you’re using the Cubot P30 handset and facing issues with Google Account Lock or FRP Lock, then this guide is for you. Here we’ve provided the steps to remove Google Account or Bypass FRP Lock on Cubot P30 device. The Cubot P30 is an entry-level budget category smartphone that has MediaTek Helio P23 SoC, 4GB RAM, 64GB onboard storage, and runs on Android 9.0 Pie. The device was launched in October 2019.

If you don’t know, MediaTek chipset devices come with a security measure that locks down the device until you enter the Google account credentials. But why? If you’ve done a factory reset on your MediaTek device, then the system will ask for previously used Google account credentials to unlock the FRP Lock. If you’ve purchased an older device from someone else and then enter a new Google account details after resetting your device, it will also ask for the previous Google account.

You will get a pop-up notification something like “This device was reset, to continue to sign in with a google account that previously synced on this device.” Now, if you forget or don’t know the previously used Google account credentials, then you can’t use your device as it will be locked completely. Therefore, check out the guide below to bypass this FRP lock easily.

Remove Google Account or Bypass FRP Lock on Cubot P30

Cubot P30 Device Overview

The Cubot P30 device has a 6.3-inches IPS LCD display with 1080×2340 pixels resolution quality. It’s powered by the MediaTek Helio P23 SoC, ARM Mali-G71 MP2 GPU, paired with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. The storage can be expanded via a MicroSD card up to 128GB. It runs on Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box.

There are triple rear cameras at the backside of the device having a 12MP+20MP+8MP lens with an LED flash. While the front features a 13MP selfie camera. It packs a 3,000mAh battery. The handset sports Wi-Fi 802.1.1 a/b/g/n (dual-band), USB Type-C port, GPS, A-GPS, a 3.5mm audio jack, dual Nano-SIM slot, 4G LTE, etc.

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The device features all the major sensors like an ambient light sensor, proximity, an accelerometer, face unlock, fingerprint sensor, magnetic, gyroscope sensor. It comes in Blue, Green, Black color options.

What is FRP Lock?

FRP stands for Factory Reset Protection lock which is also known as Google Account lock. It’s a security measure provided by Google for Android devices that are running on the Android 5.1 Lollipop or above version. Whenever, you sign in or login your Google account on your device for the first, this functionality gets activated.

That means after getting activated, you will need to enter the same credentials if you reset your device. Here reset means performing a full factory reset or deleting the system & data to a default. Now, if you forget the password or don’t know the Google account details as you’ve purchased the device from someone else, then you should follow this guide properly.

Make sure to check out the requirements at first before heading over to the steps.

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Pre-Requirements:

  • A Windows or Mac PC/Laptop and a USB Cable will require.
  • The following file will only work on the Cubot P30. Don’t try it on other devices.
  • SP Flash Tool – Download and install on your PC.
  • Scatter File: Download Stock Firmware of Cubot P30.
  • Download MTK VCOM Drivers and install it on your computer.
  • Download and install the Cubot USB Drivers on your PC.
  • Charge phone battery up to 60%, at least for a smoother process.
  • Take a full backup of your device’s internal data before going to the next step.

After following all the pre-requirements mentioned above, now you can follow the flashing steps carefully:

Disclaimer:

GetDroidTips won’t be responsible for any kind of error that occurs to your device while or after following this guide or flashing the scatter file. You should know what are you doing. Do it at your own risk!

Steps to Remove Google Account or Bypass FRP Lock on Cubot P30

Follow these instructions carefully to remove FRP lock on Cubot P30 MediaTek-powered device via SP Flash tool.

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Guide to Bypass FRP Lock on a MediaTek Device using SP Flash Tool

You can check out our full-depth tutorial video as well:

Video Tutorial Steps to Bypass FRP Lock on any MediaTek Device via SP Flash Tool

We hope that you’ve successfully bypassed the FRP Lock on your Cubot P30 MediaTek running device. If you’ve any issues or queries regarding this, feel free to write down in the comments below.

 

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