Remove Google Account or Bypass FRP Lock on Galaxy Note10 Plus [August 2019]

In this post we will demonstrate how to remove google account on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus. Amazingly this method actually works on all Samsung devices which are running Android 9 Pie. Now days almost every Android device rely on a Google Account for activation.  Google has implemented a security feature called Factory Reset Protection (FRP), in an effort to make devices more secure if your device is lost or stolen. There is no doubt that it is a pretty useful security feature.

100% Working Way to Remove Google Account / Bypass FRP Lock on Galaxy Note 10 Plus [August 2019][Android 9]

100% Working Method to Bypass/Remove FRP Lock on Galaxy Note10 Plus [August 2019]

But it can also be a real pain if you don’t remember the Google name and password that was used to set up the device. That’s why knowing how to bypass/remove FRP lock on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus can come in handy at times.

How FRP Lock Works on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus?

Google Account Verification is a simple, but effective method of security. The purpose of it is when you set up a new device, you have to enter your Google account and verify that you’re the owner of that account by clicking through a link in an email. Easy enough. What most people don’t realize is that, by default when you set up your Android device with a Google account the Factory Reset Protection feature is enabled by default.

First Setup a Pin Lock (It’s Important)

PIN Lock must be set on your working personal SIM CARD through your unlocked phone. After you enable PIN Lock on your personal SIM CARD you are ready to use it for process like in the Post. But without setting up the Pin Lock you will not be able to perform the following method successfully on Your Android Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus, no matter how many times you try to do that.

Each SIM Carrier Has its Own Default SIM PIN

– Cricket default SIM pin is 0000

– Optus default SIM pin is 0000

If you want to know about the default SIM PIN’s for all carriers then you can find all the details about that here.

CountryCSPDefault SIM PINNotes
UKVirgin Mobile7890
(online PUK retrieval)
0000, 5555 or 12340000 is most common
UKTesco Mobile
(online PUK retrieval)
USU.S Cellular0000
USBoost MobilexxxxLast four digits of your PUK
USSimple Mobile1234 or 11111234 is most common

Ways to Bypass/Remove FRP Lock on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note10 Plus

First of all you need to set up the phone and go to the page where it requires with a Google email.

  1. Connect a Wi-Fi, you will need to be connected to Wi-Fi all the time during this process.
  2. Now Use you’re any other google account instead, for the page which is asking you to provide the Gmail account.
  3. Insert a SIM card with a pin lock
  4. After that it will ask to provide the SIM Pin, now you have to press power key and Remove the SIM card at the same time. If you have done it right you will see a lock icon on the top left corner, simply press that.
  5. Click on notification setting, then open see all at the bottom. Here click on most recent and chose all.
  6. Scroll down to the very bottom and find YouTube, click on that. Now scroll again and select in-App Notifications. Then select about and click on YouTube terms and services, after that you will be online.
  7. Now open Google and search Android 9 SFC FRP Tool APK on Samsung Galaxy Phones. Click on the link in the search results which says Bypass/Remove Google Account on Note10. This guide will work with Galaxy Note10 / Note 10 Plus, Note9, Galaxy S9/S9 Plus, Galaxy S8/S8 Plus, Galaxy S10/S10 Plus with Android 9 OS.
    Remove Google Account or Bypass FRP Lock on Galaxy Note10 Plus [August 2019]
  8. Scroll down and you will find a download button, click on that. If you got redirected to another page, just don’t panic. Scroll down and click on the download button again on that page, the App downloading will start.
  9. After downloading the App, install it. Now open it and select Google Account Manager APK install. Chose the Android version from the option 5.0, after that an FRP bypass notification will appear with the options of cancel and Settings. Select settings and select allow form this source.
  10. Okay go back and Install it. Now go back till you see the lets go Text on your screen, in order to use the smartphone you need to do a fresh start on it. From here hit next or skip options till you see the page saying Account Added. Now you need to setup your phone like a newly unboxed device.
  11. Remember that during this setup, do not enable any protection lock. You can do it after wards if you want to. For now just skip that.
  12. After the setup it will take you to the menu. Now go to settings and check the android version just for the conformation. It should say Android 9.
  13. Now you have to do factory reset on your smartphone in order to use it.

That’s all, if you have followed the steps correctly and carefully then you have successfully bypassed FRP lock on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus.

FRP Lock’s purpose is to basically prevent someone from accessing the device (and therefore any data on the device) after a factory data reset unless the user knows the last Google username and password that was used to set up the device. So, if you lose your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10 Plus smartphone or it’s stolen, the person who ends up with it can’t access the Android device unless they have your login credentials. Security wise it is a great feature to have.

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