Guide to Remove FRP (Factory Reset Protection) Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F.

Guide to Remove FRP (Factory Reset Protection) Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F.

Bypass Samsung Account Samung Galaxy J2 2016. If you enable FRP or Factory Reset Protection on Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F, you should save carefully Samsung account used to set FRP. Otherwise you will have difficulty after performing hard reset to this device. This feature work on latest Samsung galaxy run on Android 5.1 operating system. Samsung factory reset protections help authorized user keep his data and file if the phone is stolen or lost. Because unauthorized user must input the Gmail account at the first time Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F set up. So, if someone perform hard reset or flashing Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F, they still can't use this phone. And they must verifying google account that was previously synced on Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F device.

But if you are the owner of the Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F. And face this problem. This guide will show you how to Remove FRP (Factory Reset Protection) on this device.

Before we proceed this guide, make sure your device is Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F taht meet with this specifications. This device released on 2016, July. With 5,0 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors. Powered by Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, Spreadtrum SC8830 chipset, Mali-400MP2 GPU. Run on Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow), Supported by 1500 MB of RAM, 8 MP of secondary camera, and 5 MP on secondary camera.
verifying Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 google account
verifying Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 google account

Tutorial begin here. This guide also work on these Samsung Galaxy device ;
  • Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy J1 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy Edge Series (2016)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Series (2016)

Step By Step Remove FRP (factory reset protection).

  1. Now turn on your Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F.
  2. Then connect your device to available Wi-Fi.
  3. Now open browser from your Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F device.
  4. Then on the browser address bar type the following address below to download QuickShortcutMaker_2.4.0_apk -dl.com.apk.
  5. http://apkshared.net/U8c

  6. Once this page opens, now tap download button.
  7. This will automatically download apk file to SD card download folder.
  8. Tap back and yor browser will automatically redirect to Galaxy apps. and tap OK
    redirect page to Samsung Galaxy Apps
    redirect page to Samsung Galaxy Apps
  9. If your browser doesn't automatically redirect, you can type the following address to download Es File explorer from Samsung app webpage.
  10. http://www.samsung.com/in/apps/mobile/galaxyapps/

  11. On terms and conditions page tap Agree
  12. On the next page now tap search at the top right of screen, and type es file explorer
  13. Once you find it, now tap install button.
    es file explorer
    es file explorer
  14. Now you must sign in with your Samsung account to install this apk.
  15. Once es file explorer successfully installed on your device, now open it.
  16. Navigate it to the SD card, and then open Download folder.
  17. Then run QuickShortcutMaker_2.4.0_apk -dl.com.apk
    QuickShortcutMaker_2.4.0_apk -dl.com.apk.
    QuickShortcutMaker_2.4.0_apk -dl.com.apk.
  18. You will see a notifications on screen that say your installation blocked during installation process. you can continue by tap settings.
  19. You will be taken to the settings menu screen, on this screen you must enable Unknown Source than tap OK.
  20. On the next screen tap install, just wait installation process run.
  21. Once installation finish, now open this apk.
  22. Then tap on the input keywords to filter form. and type Google account.
  23. Now scroll down screen, and tap Google Account Manager (Type Email and Password)
  24. Then tap Try
  25. Now type your new Google account to sign in.
  26. At the last step reboot your Samsung Galaxy J2 2016 - SM-J210F.

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