Download SamFw Tool 4.7.1 to Change CSC and Remove Samsung FRP Lock

SamFw did enter the market back in 2019 to allow Samsung Galaxy users to easily and freely download Samsung Firmware. With the love and support of users across the globe, it has become one of the popular places to grab the latest Samsung Firmware from servers at a faster download speed. Additionally, SamFw Tool allows users to easily change CSC, remove FRP, flash ODIN, debloat One UI, and more. Here we’ve shared the link and method to Download SamFw Tool 4.7.1 to Change CSC and Remove Samsung FRP Lock.

SamFw Tool 4.7.1 is one of the newly added versions that bring more stability and bug-free experience to users who want to remove the Google FRP (Factory Reset Protection) lock from any Samsung Galaxy model or change CSC (Country Specific Code) from carrier-locked units or performing other advanced tasks. To be precise, CSC changing indicates a carrier-locked Samsung Galaxy handset that needs to be unlocked to use other SIMs in other countries.

Whereas Google FRP is an enhanced security feature on Android devices (Android 5.1 Lollipop or higher) that basically protects the device information and its data including screen locks and data encryptions. The FRP lock automatically gets enabled whenever a Google account has been logged in to the device for the first time and eventually gets disabled again whenever the Google account is removed from the device. It prevents device usage after the factory reset process in an untrusted environment.

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Download SamFw Tool 4.7.1 to Change CSC and Remove Samsung FRP Lock

What’s the Need for Removing FRP Lock?

Whenever the Google FRP lock starts working on an Android device after registering the Google account for the first time, it prevents untrusted factory reset usage of the device. It can also be possible that your device is somehow lost or theft and the unknown person performed the factory reset and then starts using the device freely. Whereas you don’t have the IMEI number to trace it or complain it to the respective authorities. That’s why the FRP Lock comes in handy.

But if you’re the actual owner of the device and somehow you forgot your Google account credentials and even the screen lock password after performing the factory reset, you still won’t be able to unlock the device FRP and use it again. In that scenario, it’s always a better idea to remove the FRP lock manually by using the SamFw Tool with the help of a PC.

Main Features of SamFw Tool V4.7.1

The following functions are one of the primary things that you can get using this tool version.

  • Remove FRP with one click
  • Change CSC with one click
  • Remove FRP for new security patch (Aug 2022)
  • Remove FRP paid method

Download SamFw Tool 4.7.1

  • [MediaFire] | [AFH]
  • MD5: 424dd999d1c11513aaf4835cf7a23966

Hotfix: If FRP Remove gets failed showing ‘Removing… FAIL’ error after update then download frp.bin and copy it to C:\SamFwTool\data location.

Steps to Change CSC and Remove Samsung FRP Lock

You can check out the following steps to easily remove FRP lock from your Samsung device.

  • Download the SamFwTool and install it on the PC.
  • Open the SamFwTool 4.7.1 on the PC.
  • Now, connect the Samsung Galaxy phone to the PC via a USB cable.
  • Then install the Samsung USB Driver on the PC.
  • Go to Emergency Call on the phone > Type *#0*# in the dialer.
  • Next, click on Remove FRP on the tool > Click on Accept USB Debugging on the phone (if it appears).
  • Finally, the phone will finish FRP removal and reboot automatically.

That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.

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