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Guide How to Remove Google Account to Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

Guide How to Remove Google Account to Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Google Factory Reset or FRP is a new feature to protect Samsung Galaxy Note 5 from unauthorized users to access or use your Samsung device. If you enable factory reset protections feature on your device, you must always remember what is your Google accounts on set up at the time you set Google FRP. So if your phone is lost or stolen, someone who found the phone can't access or use your Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Excepts he know what is Google account user and password. This also applies when someone perform hard reset or factory reset on Samsung Galaxy Note 5, if you're not unauthorized user you will stuck in Google account step and the system asking of Google Mail user account and password. So, if you want to use your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 you must enter the last Google account that was set at the first time.

If you need to remove Google Account to Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on Samsung Galaxy Note 5, you must install a file or app on this smartphone so you can access the phone settings menu. So, from settings menu you can get full access to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 device and even add a different Google account.

Make sure your device meet the following specifications to follow this guide below, This device released on 2015, august. With 5,7 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors. Powered by Octa-core (4x2.1 GHz Cortex-A57 & 4x1.5 GHz Cortex-A53) CPU, Exynos 7420 Octa chipset, Mali-T760MP8 GPU, Run on Android OS, v5.1.1 (Lollipop), upgradable to v6.0.1 (Marshmallow), Supported by 4 GB of RAM, 16 MP of secondary camera, and 5 MP on secondary camera.

Tutorial start here.

Prerequisite.

  1. We need USB Flash drive to save a file or app before transfer to Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
  2. A computer or laptop run on Windows 7 or Windows 8.
  3. One unit OTG USB cable.
  4. New Google account.

Guide start here.

This method fully worked to remove Google account to Bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on Samsung Galaxy Note 5. And thanks to rootjunky that share this method.
  1. Open your computer or laptop than connect to the internet to download APK file 
  2. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5jSEq5ys7Yuend5SXNua1VPcEE/view

  3. Now, Plug USB flash drive to the computer and copy the file to the root directory (don’t put it inside a folder so you can easily find this APK later).
  4. Then plug OTG USB cable to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and plug USB Flash drive to the other end of the cable.
  5. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will automatically detect USB Flash drive and launch the file explorer.
  6. It will show all root directory of the USB Flash drive.
  7. Now find Samsung bypass google verify.apk file then tap it
    Samsung galaxy note 5 bypass google verify.apk
    Samsung galaxy note 5 bypass google verify.apk
  8. When you see a dialogue box appear on your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 device, just tap continue.
  9. Then tap Unknown Resource.
  10. Now tap OK,  it will start the APK installations process.
  11. Once Samsung bypass google verify.apk file successfully installed on your Samsung Galaxy Note 5, now you can tap Open. Right here you can access phone settings menu.
  12. Now you can safely remove OTG USB cable from your Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

  13. Finally you end this process by perform hard reset or factory reset on Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Open link below to see how to do this. 
  14. http://guidebelajar.blogspot.com/2016/01/guide-hard-reset-samsung-galaxy-note-5.html
  15. Finish.

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