Factory Reset Protection is know as FRP, if you have accidently hard reset your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with 3 button combination, your device is assumed as stolen, since you haven’t performed the hard reset or factory restore when the phone was turned on via proper settings of factory restore. In order to address this issue, Google has helped Samsung with FRP Lock, it becomes activated and asks for Google Account Verification which is similar to iCloud Lock in Apple iPhone. Earlier we had covered Samsung FRP Unlock Tools for Galaxy S7, Edge, Note 5, Note 4, Note 7 and others.
Samsung FRP Lock Message Says:
“An unauthorized attempt has been made to reset your device to factory default settings. Connect to a Wi-Fi or mobile network to verify your identity.”
The last used Google Account has to be entered in order to verify the ownership of your Samsung Galaxy S7 or Edge. This Factory Reset Protection is valid from Android Lollipop 5.xx, 6.xx and will be there in future versions of Android such as FRP Lock in Android 7.xx Nougat.
Unlock / Remove FRP Lock on Samsung Smartphones
We have created a video guide, that will help you unlock your Samsung Smartphone from FRP Lock. You should know, how to bypass FRP lock in your samsung Galaxy s7 edge.
This samsung frp unlock video guide has been created for educational purposes and is only meant for original phone owners to unlock their smartphone, if they have forgotten Google Account which they had used for the first time on their samsung smartphone.
Bypass FRP Lock on Galaxy S7 Edge & All Other Samsung Smartphones
This video guide will unlock FRP lock or bypass FRP lock on Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 5, Note 7 and all other samsung smartphones with latest security patch installed.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 lollipop 5.0.1, 6.0.1
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Note 4
Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge
Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime J7 2016
Samsung Galaxy On5, On7, On8, On9, 2016
Samsung Galaxy A5, A7, A8, A9 2016