If you’re using any MediaTek handset and for any reason, you have done a factory reset, you may find FRP Lock after booting your device. You really can’t your device until you sign in or remove the previously used Google ID. Now, in case you don’t know or can’t remember the login id and password, you should remove or bypass the lock manually. Here in this article, we will share with you the steps to Remove Google Account or ByPass FRP lock on Doogee Y8c device. Check out the full article.
The FRP Lock is that you forgot Google Account ID/ password (Gmail), or maybe you have purchased a second-hand Doogee Y8c. Now, you may see a message like “This device was reset, to continue to sign in with a google account that was previously synced on this device”. This means that the phone is being protected with an additional layer of security, called FRP.
What is FRP?
FRP means ‘Factory Reset Protection’. It’s a new security feature from Google which activates while you log in with Gmail on your device for the first time. Once it activated, it will prevent the usage of the device until you enter or log in with the same old Google Account Credentials. This helps to maintain the device security or privacy up to an extent. You can’t use Doogee Y8c device, useless until you bypass the FRP lock.
Now, let us take a look at the tools required for bypassing FRP Lock.
- The guide will only work with Doogee Y8c model.
- Download SP Flash tool and extract it on your Windows PC/Laptop.
- Scatter File: Download Stock ROM for Doogee Y8c.
- Download VCOM Drivers and install them on your PC.
- Make sure that you have installed Doogee USB drivers on your PC.
- Charge your Doogee Y8c battery to at least 60%.
Once you have followed the requirements, you can move on to the steps to remove FRP lock.
Instructions to ByPass FRP or Remove Google account on Doogee Y8c
Follow these instructions to remove FRP lock on Doogee Y8c using SP Flash tool:
Guide to Bypass FRP Lock on any MediaTek Device via SP Flash Tool
You can check out our full-depth tutorial video as well:Video Guide on Remove Google Google Account Lock on a MediaTek Device using SP Flash Tool
That’s it. This is how you can ByPass FRP lock or Remove Google Account on Doogee Y8c device. We hope that you found this guide useful. If you’re facing any issues, feel free to write down in the comments below.
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