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  1. Umar

    How can I get my always on display work again I Uninstaller it and when I installed it back it can’t work it says “always on display has stopped” pliz help me fix it am running android 7.0 on galaxy s7

    1. What is your phone’s model? Try to Flash the Stock ROM if it is Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge.

  2. nanoking

    normal adb bypassing but the bluetooth gap was very good , nice exploit 🙂

  3. joe

    Tried everything else online.. this worked! be quick on the bluetooth and hangup. Had to try a few times on the PC file.

    1. We are glad, this guide has worked perfectly to Remove FRP Lock / Google Account from your Samsung Mobile Phone. 🙂

    2. matt

      ive tried everything n dont wanna use odin as i dont really understand computer to much…ive got a s7 edge android 7.0…could u explain how you managed to do this bluetooth trick

      1. It works perfectly with Android 7.0, maybe you have the latest security patch installed, you might need to downgrade firmware with odin, simply download any old official stock rom with Android Marshmallow or Nougat before December 2017 security patch. Then you can follow this video tutorial guide. 🙂

  4. JAMES LONGHI

    My note 8 won’t let me use the Bluetooth it says bluetooth can’t be used for this call…. Plz hp

    1. It seems you might have installed latest security patch in the software update. You need to install a older firmware version that should not be having the latest security patch installed, only then you will be able to connect with Bluetooth and use this method to remove FRP Lock from your device.

      1. Koalanta

        How can you install an older version of android without first unblocking the FRP? I tried with odin but due to an FRP lock I can’t downgrade from Nougat 7 to Marshmallow 6… ( even by deleting the hidden file in the csc file) So Samsung came up with the latest patch that is still not resolveable (no more bluetooth options during emergency calls, or screen swipes during incoming calls nor sending messages,…) Hope there is still a glitch…
        Any help is appreciated!

  5. iBOY

    Thanks a lot. It works perfectly…

    1. Glad, it is working for you. 🙂 Please make sure to share it with other people, to help them.

  6. TUFANTHAPA

    i caant download ADB-FRP-Unlock.zip

    1. What error are you facing while downloading? The download link works perfect. 🙂

      1. TUFANTHAPA

        download link does open but it doesnot download on my pc ……

  7. antie

    It wont let me connect my bluetooth

    1. It seems you might have installed latest security patch in the software update. You need to install a older firmware version that should not be having the latest security patch installed, only then you will be able to connect with Bluetooth and use this method to remove FRP Lock from your device.

      1. how does one go about doing that exactly?

        1. What issue are you facing exactly? It is explained pretty straight forward. 🙂

  8. joe

    only one that still works tried every other one used it on a s6

    1. We are glad that it has worked for your on your Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone. 🙂

  9. Daniel V

    I’m having trouble. I have a SG S7 (not edge). I used ODIN to go back to 6.0.1
    (VZW-G930VVRS4APH1-20160921132243)

    When I run FRP_S7 bat, I get the following output and errors:

    List of devices attached
    ca5c8dd6 device

    C:\Users\DVanDyke\Downloads\GoodSite>adb shell content insert –uri content://settings/secure –bind name:s:user_setup_complete –bind value:s:1

    C:\Users\DVanDyke\Downloads\GoodSite>adb shell am start -n com.google.android.gsf.login/
    usage: am [subcommand] [options]

    usage: am start [-D] [-W] [-P ] [–start-profiler ]

    [–sampling INTERVAL] [-R COUNT] [-S] [–opengl-trace]

    [–user | current]

    [MUCH MORE OF THIS… COMPLETE PARAMETERS AND OPTIONS]
    Skipping full output…

    Error: Bad component name: com.google.android.gsf.login/

    Error: Bad component name: com.google.android.gsf.login.LoginActivity

    1. Have you given a try to the old method of FRP Unlock on your Galaxy S7?

  10. Xander

    This is the only frp bypass that worked for me after trying probably every other one on the internet (hyperbole obviously) – Note 8

    1. We are glad that it has worked for you. 🙂

      1. Roland

        You guys at Samsung Fan Club are freaking awesome! It worked perfectly thank so very much! Your very precise and perfectly explained instructions have allowed to pass and surf and send you this text this very second with the device that was locked! Much respect!

        1. Thank you Roland. Appreciate your feedback! 🙂

  11. Bill

    When I enter the calculator code it only gives 2 options .

  12. Bill

    Options are enable dm mode and disable dm mode

  13. Lisa L Holcomb

    Has anyone tried this on a note 5 ?? And what is the level of difficulty for someone that is not to computer savvy?? Thanks all comments welcome

  14. Hi
    Got all the way through this up to where the usb debug prompt should appear but doesn’t.
    I don’t get the option run as admin when I right click on the .bat. If I left click I get can’t find procedure entry point wsapoll not located in ws2_32.dll 4 times (once for each line on script)
    Same entry point error when I run adb.exe directly.
    I have set full control permissions on .exe and .bat
    Help please
    Cheers
    Streekie

  15. Artur Jegoroff

    Hi Guys!
    Frp removal works like a charm on S7 Edge SM935F Android 7.0 Nougat at 22/07/18

    Thanks!!!!

  16. Robert Halbur

    It’s telling me

    C:\WINDOWS\system32>adb devices
    ‘adb’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    C:\WINDOWS\system32>adb shell content insert –uri content://settings/secure –bind name:s:user_setup_complete –bind value:s:1
    ‘adb’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    C:\WINDOWS\system32>adb shell am start -n com.google.android.gsf.login/
    ‘adb’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    C:\WINDOWS\system32>adb shell am start -n com.google.android.gsf.login.LoginActivity
    ‘adb’ is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    any ideas? says adb driver is already installed on the included adb driver package

    1. Have you extracted all the files in the same folder? If yes, and still facing the issue, try to run adb.exe manually once. And then run the bat file again. Otherwise try to open cmd and run the commands written in bat file manually one by one. Hope it will fix your issue. 🙂

  17. Patricia

    I have a Samsung s9. I’ve tried everything I can possibly think of. I don’t have a compute, and I don’t know much on how to use them. Is there any other solution that I can try? PLZ help I’m in need of my phone.

    1. We will try out best to publish the tutorial guide to bypass FRP lock on Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9 Plus on Android Oreo.

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