Remove Google Account or ByPass FRP lock on ZTE Blade V10

ZTE is a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and systems company headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. ZTE Blade V10 is the latest budget smartphone with the latest Mediatek Helio P70 chipset and running Android 9.0 Pie. In a newer generation of MediaTek devices, if you have done the system reset, you may find FRP Lock system on your device which is a new security measure provided by Google. You can’t do anything until you sign in or remove the previously used Google ID on your MediaTek device. Now, in that case, if you don’t know the credentials or can’t remember either, you should remove or bypass the FRP lock manually. In order to Remove Google Account or ByPass FRP lock on ZTE Blade V10, we have provided a full guide. Check out the full article.

Talking about the specifications, ZTE Blade V10 features a 6.3-inch IPS LCD display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2280 Pixels. It is powered by MediaTek Helio P70, 64-bit Processor coupled with 3/4GB of RAM. The phone packs 32/64GB internal memory with expandable storage support of 128GB via microSD card. The camera on the ZTE Blade V10 comes with a Dual 16MP + 5MP rear camera with LED dual-tone flash and 32MP front camera for selfies. It is backed by a Non-Removable 3200 mAh Lithium-Polymer battery. ZTE Blade V10 also has a fingerprint sensor on the back.

The FRP Lock stands for “Factory Reset Protection”. This is what you forgot you have previously used Google Account ID/password. Additionally, if you have purchased a second-hand device and done reset to use as a fresh device, you may also get the same message every time until you removed it. The message would be like “This device was reset, to continue to sign in with a google account that was previously synced on this device”.

Now, let’s take a look at FRP.

Remove Google Account or ByPass FRP lock on ZTE Blade V10

What is FRP?

FRP stands for ‘Factory Reset Protection’. It’s a new security feature from Google for the MediaTek-powered devices which activates when you log in with Gmail ID on your device for the first time ever. After it gets activated, the security feature prevents the phone from using until you provide the same Google Account Credentials. Therefore, if you lost your phone and someone fully reset your device to use it, it will ask for credentials. That’s a good move from Google though but if you forget it, you have to follow the below-mentioned steps to remove it.

Now, check out the pre-requirements before going to the download section and installation steps.

Pre-Requirements:

  • Supported for: ZTE Blade V10 device only. Don’t try it on other devices.
  • You will require a PC/Laptop and a USB cable in order to connect your device with the computer.
  • Download SP Flash tool and extract it on your Windows PC/Laptop.
  • Scatter File: Download ZTE Blade V10 Stock ROM from here. It’s required to proceed with the FRP removal process.
  • Download VCOM Drivers and install it on your PC.
  • Download the ZTE USB Drivers on your PC and install it.
  • Charge the phone battery up to 60% at least to reduce the occasional shutdown during installation.

After following all the requirements from above, you can go to the steps to remove FRP lock manually.

Steps to ByPass FRP or Remove Google account on ZTE Blade V10

Follow the below-mentioned steps to remove FRP lock on ZTE Blade V10 using SP Flash tool:

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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

We assume that this guide is helpful to you and you have successfully removed Google account from the ZTE Blade V10 device. Now, you can setup a new Google account on your MediaTek device and use properly. For any kind of issues or queries, let us know in the comments below.

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