Remove Google Account or ByPass FRP Lock on Doogee S40

It looks like you are using the Doogee S40 as your daily driver and now finds some issues regarding Google Account Lock. Doogee S40 is the latest device running Android 9.0 Pie and powered by MediaTek chipsets. As we all know that MediaTek processors are known for its great performance in a budget price tag. Well if you have performed factory data reset on your Doogee S40 and if you forgot the previously signed Google account, then don’t worry. Here we will guide on how to remove Google account or bypass FRP lock on Doogee S40 handset easily.

Talking about the specifications, Doogee S40 features a 5.5-inch IPS display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 720 Pixels. It is powered by MediaTek MT6739, 64-bit Processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. The phone packs 16GB internal memory with expandable storage support of 128GB via microSD card. The camera on the Doogee S40 comes with a dual 8MP + 5MP rear camera with dual-LED dual-tone flash and 8MP front camera for selfies. It is backed by a Non-Removable 4650 mAh Lithium-Polymer Battery. Doogee S40 also has a fingerprint sensor.

If you bought a second-hand device and you want to create a new account, you may reset device. Mostly the previous user may not have deleted their Google account, in that case, you will get the following message “This device was reset, to continue to sign in with a google account that was previously synced on this device”. If you don’t have the old Google Account Credentials and want to bypass the FRP Lock on your Doogee S40, this is the guide where you can rely on.

Remove Google Account or ByPass FRP Lock on Doogee S40

Before going to the flashing steps and requirements, let’s have a look at the FRP Lock details.

What is FRP Lock?

‘FRP’ known for the term “Factory Reset Protection”. It’s a security measure taken by Google for Android platform and devices running on the Android 5.1 Lollipop or above version. This functionality gets activated once you sign in to a Google Account on your Android device. And once it is activated, it will prevent you from using the phone until you enter the previous Google Account Credentials. It will remain the same as well even after doing the factory data reset. So, if you have the previous account details then you’re good to go. Otherwise, you have to bypass the FRP lock via SP Flash Tool by tweaking some internal files.

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Now, let us take a look at the prerequisites to remove Google account or bypass FRP lock on Doogee S40. Should we?

Pre-Requirements:

  • A Windows or Mac PC/Laptop and a USB Cable will require.
  • The following file will only work on the Doogee S40. Don’t try it on other devices.
  • SP Flash Tool – Download and install on your PC.
  • Scatter File:¬†Download Stock Firmware of Doogee S40.
  • Download MTK VCOM Drivers and install it on your computer.
  • Download and install the Doogee USB Drivers on your PC.
  • Charge phone battery up to 60% at least for a smoother process.
  • Take a full backup of your device internal data before going to the next step.

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

Warning!

GetDroidTips won’t be responsible for any kind of error 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 ByPass FRP lock on Doogee S40

Follow these instructions carefully to remove FRP lock on Doogee S40 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 also take a look at our video guide to remove FRP lock on Doogee S40.

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 Doogee S40 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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