If you are getting Custom Binary Blocked by FRP Lock error on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus, then you have clicked on the right post. In today’s article we will briefly tell you the detailed step by step guide to solve this error. But before proceeding to the guide, if you didn’t attempt factory reset on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus, then you should try that first. Also try to root your device or manually install firmware on it. It’s necessary to try these solutions before, because sometimes they solve the problem.
How to Fix Custom Binary Blocked by FRP/FAP Lock on Galaxy Note10 / Note10 Plus?
However If you still face the same error then follow the instructions given below on How to Fix Custom Binary Blocked by FRP/FAP Lock. We have compiled four methods, with them you can solve this error.
Method 1 (Enter Correct Credentials of Google Account)
This should be the easiest and most effective method that you can use, if you are having the Custom Binary Blocked by FRP Lock error on your new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus. Entering the correct Google account and password associated with your device should help despite of whatever the reason for the error is. Keep in mind that FRP is a security feature that’s meant to re validate access to your device.
Whether it’s been triggered after rooting, flashing, or attempting a factory reset, the problem should be easily be taken care of by inputting your username and password.
Method 2 (Master Reset / Factory Restore / Hard Reset Galaxy Note 10 Plus)
Factory reset via Settings and Factory reset via Recovery are the two ways to format your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus smartphone. There is a rumor that some users on older Galaxy devices before were able to mysteriously bypass FRP lock. Master reset is basically the same as factory reset via Settings app that’s why this claim makes no sense to us. When factory reset is usually the one that triggers FRP lock in the first place, we also don’t see the logic why it would be able to fix a problem like that.
Although we suggest that you try master reset to see if it will make any difference, if you still happen to trip FRP lock by rooting your device. There’s a slim chance that it will, but as you all know amazing things can sometimes happens in Android environment. To perform a Master Reset on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus, just follow the instructions below.
- Turn off the device.
- Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby key, then press and hold the Power key.
- When the green Android logo displays, release all keys (‘Installing system update’ will show for about 30 to 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options).
- Press the Volume down key several times to highlight wipe data / factory reset.
- Press Power button to select.
- Press the Volume down key until Yes – delete all user data is highlighted.
- Press Power button to select and start the master reset.
- When the master reset will complete, Reboot system now option will be highlighted.
- Press the Power key to restart the device.
Method 3 (Bring Your Device to Manufacturer)
Asking Samsung for help will be your only option left if all the solutions defined above or below won’t work at all or if you can’t remember your Google account. Bring the device to your nearest Samsung service center so they can reset the device using a special tool and remove FRP lock.
Though you must present your device together with the proof of purchase In order for this to work. Hopefully, you have kept your receipt when you bought the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus. Otherwise, unfortunately you just have to accept the fact that you’re Galaxy Note 10 or 10 plus has just become a brick.
Method 4 (Flash Stock Firmware in Odin Mode)
Flashing a stock firmware via Odin is one known solution that we’ve personally tried to work before. This was about a year ago so it is possible that now Samsung or Google may have already found a way to block this solution as well. Flashing any firmware to your device should work as well, so this means you can also use your favorite custom ROM to do the job.
We’ll not provide the details on how to flash a firmware in this post as we have already defined the whole procedure of doing that in our previous post. You can click here to read that post. Just remember, flashing is basically changing core system files, folders and customization. So try not to mess up any instructions by skipping them otherwise you’ll most likely have an expensive brick. Do it at your own risk.
Here you have all the methods to solve the Custom Binary Blocked by FRP Lock error on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus. You can try any of the method defined above but Keep one thing clear in mind that you have to follow the instructions as it is, to avoid any kind of failure. In this post we have tried to simplify the procedure so even those users who have never done this before can understand the solution easily. If you follow the instructions correctly then for sure you can resolve this issue on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus.