Saturday, 23 June 2018

Easy Way To Remove FRP Without DA File On Secure Boot

Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security patch that was designed to protect your device  against illegal use when the device is wipe and factory reset. When your phone is lost or it was stolen. This security feature Start with Android Lollipop, FRP is "standard" in vanilla Android, and most companies making our phones have implemented it in their own models.
It's a good thing when your phone it makes a stolen phone harder to use, which makes it less appealing to thieves, and anything that can protect our data on a phone we've lost is welcome.

Guide to Remove FRP Without DA file On Secure boot 2018

  • Start up the Phone and navigate to WIFI page
  • Select See all Wi-Fi Networks
  • Select Add new Network
  • Now touch Enter the SSID for the keyboard to popup
  • When keyboard pops up, touch the T-Shirt icon
  • Swipe to the left so as to navigate to FONT tab
  • Under font tab, touch the second box which is not highlighted for the share button to appear
  • Now touch the share icon which pops up to the screen and selects Xender
  • Use Xender on another Phone to transfer QuickShortcut .apk into the FRP Phone
  • Install and Launch QuickShortcut app
  • Scroll down the menu and Select OOBE
  • From the drop-down, select the first option which is com.mediatek.oobe/com.mediatek.oobe.WizardActivity
  • Now tap Launch this activity
  • Choose your country from the list and touch Next icon
  • Keep pressing next till you see’, Congratulation Successful
  • The phone will take you back to WiFi page
  • Just Swipe from the top of your device and touch settings icon
  • Scroll down and open About phone
  • Tap on build number 7 times to enable developers option
  • Back and Goto developers option and enable OEM unlock
  • That all you can now press home key and set HiOS launcher as default
  • Congrats…. you just successfully bypass FRP on the Phone.

…You can now reboot or continue using the phone.

I have a lot of respect for this fellow blogger. 
Good work brother.

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