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How To Bypass FRP Google Account on Samsung A60 Via Combination ROM

A new feature has been added by Google to its Android devices. This is a security feature called the Factory Reset Protection. This security feature is important which can be used to avoid misuse during the theft. But, there is a downside that the users are facing. After performing a hard reset on their device, they have forgotten their Gmail Password and other credentials. In this article, we will look at the latest method on how to bypass FRP Google account on Samsung A60 via Combination ROM.

Moreover, the process of bypassing on newer Android devices is getting tougher with every Android update. So, it is advised that you must follow all the steps and procedure as mentioned, carefully.

Samsung A60 Quick Specs Overview

Samsung A60 was released recently in April 2019. The Galaxy A60 comes with 6 GB RAM/128 GB ROM, and you can expand up to 512 GB via a microSD. The Samsung A60 has a 6.30 inches IPS LCD with 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution. The Samsung A60 runs on Octa-core 2×2.0 GHz Kryo & 6×1.7 GHz Qualcomm SDM675 Snapdragon 675, and powered by a 3500mAh non-removable battery. The A60 comes with Triple Rear camera setup, housing 32-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 5-megapixel and a 16-megapixel on front Camera.

Note that, you will solely be responsible for any damage to your phone while performing this procedure. It is strongly advised to follow the steps carefully to avoid any permanent damage to your phone.

How to Disable FRP (Factory Reset Protection)

Now Samsung Galaxy A60 automatically enables the FRP (factory reset protection) security feature once, you have added your Google account. To disable it, you just need to delete your Google account from your device.

Download Links to Odin tool and Combination ROM

Odin Tool

Combination ROM

The link to download the Odin tool has all the versions to choose from and download. It is advised to download the latest version of the tool for better efficiency.

How to Bypass FRP Google account Samsung A60

Step 1: Enable Download Mode on your Samsung A60

  • Turn off your Samsung Galaxy A60 device.
  • Press & hold the Power button + Volume Up button at the same time.
  • Release all buttons when you see Recovery Mode.
  • Choose Reboot to Bootloader then press on the Power button to confirm.
  • Connect your Samsung Galaxy A60 to your PC via the USB cable.

Step 2: Run the Odin Tool

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Open the folder where you downloaded the Odin Tool from the above-given links. Click on the .exe file to run the Odin tool on your PC/laptop.

Step 3: Import the A60 Combination ROM

In this step, you need to click the “AP” tab and go to the folder where you have downloaded the Combination ROM for Galaxy A60.

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Step 4: Begin the Process

Once you have added the Combination ROM file to the Odin tool, you need to click the Start button at the bottom of the Odin tool interface.

Step 5: Unplug your Samsung A60 from your Laptop once the PASS message Displayed

You will get a pop-up message stating Pass. After that, unplug your device from your PC/laptop.

Step 6: Power ON your Samsung A60

  • Go to Settings and click About phone.
  • Scroll & find the Build number.
  • Continuously press 7 times on Build number.
  • You will see a message saying “You are now a Developer“.
  • Press & check USB Debugging.

Step 7: Install a new stock ROM for your Samsung A60 

Download Stock ROM for Samsung A60 from here. Install this stock ROM on your device and you are done.

Conclusion

That is it, from my side in this article. It is again advised that you must follow all the steps accordingly as mentioned in order to avoid any permanent damage to your device. Moreover, if you have any suggestions or any you find something is missing in this article that would help the users, please mention it in the comments section below. So, this is how you bypass FRP on your Samsung Galaxy A60 device.

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