How to Bypass FRP (Factory Reset Protection) on Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro.

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How to Bypass FRP (Factory Reset Protection) on Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro.

Bypass FRP Samsung Galaxy ON7 PRO. Once FRP enabling on your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro, it will help the user to increase security level at this device. FRP or factory reset protection work after device reset or flashed. Someone who reset this device will ask to input the Google account previously synced on Samsung Galaxy On7 pro. So, without this Google account information they will unable to log in and use this device. FRP is a new feature for the Samsung device released on latest 2016, and run on Android 5.1 or higher.

This trick for the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro owner only, especially for users who forgot the Google account information. Not for someone who stole this device. the following guide will show you how to bypass FRP to remove Google account after perform factory reset on Samsung Galaxy On7 pro. Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro released on 2016, July. This device run on Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow). Now let's we proceed this guide.

Prerequisite.

  1. In order to make your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro recognize by your computer, you need to install the latest USB driver for this device. USB driver also available here.
  2. http://www.androidusbdrivers.com/go/latest-usb-driver-windows/
  3. Quick Shortcut Maker. 
  4. https://goo.gl/ATl94C
  5. RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal.
  6. https://goo.gl/IYiYig
  7. Google Account Manager for Android 6 Marshmallow
  8. https://goo.gl/oSXjda

Guide to Bypass FRP

  1. Turn on your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro
  2. Then, connect your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro to the internet via Wi-Fi
  3. Now, insert SIM card to the SIM tray. 
  4. Setup your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro to the first time use. it will ask you to enter Gmail on verifying Google account. If you forgot this information your step will stop here. But now we can fix it.
  5. Now, go to your PC.
    • Install Samsung USB driver.
    • Install RealTerm.
      • Once Real Term successfully installed on PC now open this program.
      • Run RealTerm as administrator
      • Connect your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro to the computer.
  6. Open device manager. How to do it ?
    • Press windows button + R
    • Then type the following command.
      • mmc devmgmt.msc
    • Click your modem properties to see port number (ex. port 3).
      modem properties - port
      modem properties - port
  7. Now go to RealTerm windows again. 
    • Click Port tab 
      • Enter port number (see step 6 above)
      • Then click change button.
    • Click Misc tab 
      • Under display tab, click Setup tab 
      • Make sure you see 3 green light turn on.
        realTerm setup
        realTerm setup
    • Click Send tab
      • Here are two command you need to copy at RealTerm window.
      • alt+creg?\r\n
        atdxxxxxxx;\r\n
      • where xxxxxx is your phone number, or you can fill with 1234

  8. #1. Copy command and paste first command at RealTerm window.
    send command at realterm
    send command at realterm
  9. Then click Send ASCII tab.
  10. Repeat at #1 above to send second command atdxxxxxxx;\r\n 
  11. Now, go to your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro device. Your phone will calling xxxxxxxxx number.
  12. After call pickup, slide screen and click on available Internet browser.
  13. Once your browser launched, then type this url  
    • goo.gl/Omy20X (quick_shortcut_maker)
    • goo.gl/oSXjda (Google_account_manager)
  14. Once all file successfully downloaded, now install quick_shortcut_maker.
  15. install google account manager only when you see an error after launch quick shortcut maker, then open quick shortcut maker again.
  16. Now, open quick_shortcut_maker, and use browser sign in to bypass FRP.
  17. You can use your any Google account.to log in to your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro.
  18. Now your new Google account has been added in your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro.
  19. Then, restart your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro device.
  20. Once your Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro ready to use, the FRP is bypassed.
  21. Now you have successfully bypass Factory Reset Protection on Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro.

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