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ByPass FRP lock on QMobile X20 | Remove Google Account

On this page, we will guide you on how to remove the Google account or bypass the FRP lock verification on the QMobile X20 phone.

Most Android users, sign in to their device using a Google account to access all Google apps such as Google Play Store, Gmail, Youtube, and many more. Unfortunately, some device owners may end up losing their credentials later on. If you have performed a factory data reset on your QMobile X20 and you forgot the previously signed Google account, then don’t worry.

ByPass FRP lock on QMobile X20 | Remove Google Account

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’s security or privacy up to an extent. You can’t use the QMobile X20 device, useless until you bypass the FRP lock.

Now, let us take a look at the tools required for bypassing FRP Lock.

Pre-Requirements:

  • The guide will only work with the QMobile X20 model.
  • Charge your QMobile X20 battery to at least 60%.
  • Download the required tools and drivers, install them on your device
  • To revert back: Instructions to install Stock ROM for QMobile X20

Download Required Files:

Once you have followed the requirements, you can move on to the steps to remove the FRP lock.

Instructions to ByPass FRP on QMobile X20

Follow these instructions to remove FRP lock on QMobile X20:

Follow This Tutorial

That’s it. This is how you can ByPass FRP lock or Remove Google Account on QMobile X20 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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