There are many tweaks for bypassing Google Account Verification on Android phones. It might not work for all phones even though it had worked for a few Android phones.
The initial step would be to be in Recovery mode by pressing Volume down and Power and wipe data/factory reset. However, this also doesn’t work on many Android devices.
The process could be quite technical but it is pretty straight forward.
All you need to have Android SDK (to make it also simple, don’t install whole Android Studio, you can get only Windows Installer only from here).
If you don’t want to go with Android SDK, I would recommend you to try this all in one ADB installer
Once you have ADB installed from it, we have to click some command
First, reboot the phone in FastBoot mode
adb reboot bootloader
Once the phone booted in Fastboot Flash Mode, type the following following
fastboot erase frp fastboot erase userdata fastboot erase cache
After your reboot your phone now, you will be able to get Android devices without further Google verification.
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Hy. Im getting error at command fastboot erase fpr: FAILED (REMOTE UNKNOWN COMMAND)
Will this will work in Ubuntu ?
I’ve installed ADB but when I checked the device list by: adb devices it doesn’t display my device list.
I use the similar command,:
fastboot erase config
It says waiting for the device.
fastboot erase userdata
This command works.
This command too works.
But the: fastboot erase config
Should I try your code? Is it for windows or Linux..?
ADB toolkit listed over here is for Windows. But for Linux also you can get the ADB tool and the command listed on the screenshot are similar for Linux and Windows.
How to install ADB in linux:
$ sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
If you are not getting the list of devices under ADB devices then either it is missing the driver of phones or it is not configured properly. Kindly try to fix the issue first and get the device name in adb devices, then you will be able to work on the other command.
You need to make sure that the device has ‘USB Debugging’ enabled. It can be enabled by going into device Settings & than into the Developer Options (Some devices require that you tap several times on Android Version in About Phone section to enable Developer Options).
Once the USB Debugging has been enabled, connect the android device to system using the USB cable.
Now open the terminal and execute the following command,
$ adb devices
Hope this helps you.
I can’t debug my phone is stucked in FRP.
HOW TO DEBUG WHICH IS STUCKED?
I CANT EVEN USE THE NOTIFICATION PANEL.. PLEASE HELP ME.
ITS ANDROID NOUGAT.
This method not work if the usb debugging is disabled.