Guide | Remove Google Account to Bypass FRP (Factory Reset Protection) Samsung Galaxy On8

Guide | Remove Google Account to Bypass FRP (Factory Reset Protection) Samsung Galaxy On8

Bypass FRP Samsung Galaxy ON8. Once your Samsung Galaxy On8 registered with your own Google account or Gmail, it will enable FRP or factory reset protection on this device. FRP work to prevent the other person to use your phone after they perform hard reset or factory reset on Samsung Galaxy On8 phone. They will stick to verifying Google account screen, and nothing can they do except they know the current Google account information previously synchronize with this device. FRP feature only available on the Samsung smartphone run on Android 5.1 or higher.  

This device also is known as Samsung Galaxy On8 SM-J710FN/DF. Samsung Galaxy ON8 released in 2016, October. This device runs on Android OS, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow). The following step by step tutorial below will show you how to remove Google account to bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy On8 smartphone. Let's we proceed with this guide.


  1. In order for your PC successfully detect your Samsung Galaxy On8 device, USB driver should installed correctly on your computer. The driver also available Here.
  3. Quick Shortcut Maker. Here  
  5. RealTerm: Serial/TCP Terminal. Here  
  7. Google Account Manager for Android 6 Marshmallow. Here  

Step By Step How to Bypass FRP.

  1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy on8 to the internet via Wi-Fi
  2. Insert SIM card to the SIM tray
  3. Setup your phone for 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.
  4. Now, go to your computer.
    • Install Samsung USB driver.
    • Install RealTerm.
      • Once Real Term successfully installed on PC now open this program.
      • Run RealTerm as administrator
  5. Open device manager. How to do it?
    • Click start - Run (or press windows button + R)
    • Then type the following command.
      • mmc devmgmt.msc
    • Click your modem properties to see the port number (ex. port 3).
    • modem properties - port
      modem properties - port
  6. Now go to RealTerm windows again. 
    • Click Port tab 
      • Enter port number (see step 4 above)
    • 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 commands you need to copy at a RealTerm window
        1. alt+creg?\r\n
        2. atdxxxxxxx;\r\n 
          • where xxxxxx is your phone number,
          • command at realterm
            command at realterm
      • #1. Copy command and paste the first command at the RealTerm window.
      • send command at realterm
        send command at realterm
      • Then click Send ASCII tab.
      • Repeat at #1 above to send second command atdxxxxxxx;\r\n 
  7. Now, go to your Samsung Galaxy On8 device. Your phone will call xxxxxxxxx number.
  8. After call pickup, slide screen and click on the Internet browser.
  9. Once your browser launched, then type this url  
    • (quick_shortcut_maker)
    • (Google_account_manager)
  10. Once all file successfully downloaded, now install quick_shortcut_maker.
  11. When you see any error, you can then install Google_account_manager, and then repeat to install quick_shortcut_maker again.
  12. Now, open quick_shortcut_maker and use browser sign in to bypass FRP.
  13. You can use your any Google log in to your device.
  14. Now your new Gmail account has been added to your Samsung Galaxy On8.
  15. Then, restart your Samsung Galaxy On8. 
  16. Once your Samsung Galaxy On8 ready to use, the FRP is gone.
  17. Now you have successfully bypass Factory Reset Protection on Samsung Galaxy On8.

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