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FRP Lock Removal TWRP,CWM on All Android's

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FRP Lock Removal Methods

MTK Devices & SP Flash Tool

  • Download a scatter file for your device.
  • Open Android_Scatter.txt file
  • Find FRP Partition information
  • Copy FRP Start & Length from Scatter File.
  • Open Android_Scatter File in SP Flash Tool.
  • Go to Format Tab.
  • Select Manual Format Option.
  • Select Region = EMMC_USER.
  • Begin Address = Get From Scatter File.
  • Format Length = Get From Scatter File.
  • Press Start.
  • Turn Off your device.
  • Place a USB Cable into the PC.
  • Place the other End into your device.
  • Wait for Format OK.
  • Remove the USB Cable.
  • Reboot into Recovery using Button Combo ( usually hold Volume Down + Power )
  • Navigate to Factory Reset .
  • Complete a Factory Reset and Reboot.




Other Devices & Custom Recovery

  • Download FRP Destroyer.zip
  • Reboot to custom recovery.
  • Wipe Data, Cache & Dalvik cache.
  • Select Install Zip.
  • Navigate to FRP Destroyer.zip.
  • Flash FRP Destroyer.zip.
  • Wait for reboot.



Other Methods of Removal

Edit System Build.prop
  • Extract Flashable ZIP File
  • Open System/Build.prop
  • Comment Out FRP Line
    Code:
    ro.frp.pst=
    by adding a # to the start.
  • Comment Example :
    Code:
    #ro.frp.pst=


After Removal Measures

  • Wipe Data & Factory Reset.
  • Do Not Connect to WiFi during Setup Process.
  • Remove SIM Card to ensure no Internet Access.
  • After Setup is Completed, Reinsert the SIM Card.
  • After Setup is Completed, Use WiFi Again.


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Tips

You can get the FRP mount point address from getprop
Code:
getprop ro.frp.pst
Zip will now automatically do the getprop...
Attached Files
File Type: zip FRP Destroyer v1.1.zip - [Click for QR Code] (127.6 KB, 3428 views)
File Type: zip FRP Destroyer v3.0.zip - [Click for QR Code] (124.9 KB, 6146 views)
File Type: zip FRP + DM Verity + Force Encrypt Remover.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.29 MB, 4070 views)
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4th March 2019, 10:36 AM |#2  
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Great awesome dude, this is what I've been looking for. Thanks a lot
23rd April 2019, 09:02 PM |#3  
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This is an interesting post, thank you.
I tried for a long time to learn where the FRP flag is stored and gave up after I dd'd /dev/zero to the frp partition of a galaxy S7 and it was still locked.
Seems there is a little more to it, no? Care to explain what the "disable" binary does?
Also, I wouldn't be surprised if FRP flag is stored in quallcomm trustzone or similar protected storage on newer devices.
8th October 2019, 11:02 PM |#4  
anyone tested? this looks good! though can it work without custom recovery??

Can i boot TWRP via fastbook instead of having to rely on installed TWRP?

I have a device with FRP that is completely OEM.
11th October 2019, 02:30 AM |#5  
No good for me.

Have a factory device with FRP.

So cant get to Fastboot Mode to Boot TWRP.

Can't flash TWRP as it's blocked by FRP.

So this is kinda useless.
Thanks anyways.
30th November 2019, 08:42 AM |#6  
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welp
i tried every way in this post and none of them worked,
starting to think there really ins't a way to get this crap off, it cost me some serious money too.
the .zip files just said "no google key" and "no tee key" in the top right with no context as to how the ZIP works.

SPFlash did what it said it would do... but FRP was just better saying on the phone lmao
23rd December 2019, 06:18 PM |#7  
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I messed up and did a full wipe through TWRP on a MI5 without realising FRP was a thing.

Gave this a go but it didn't work. I actually managed to remember the account details the phone was linked to afterwards. But even with the correct account details it wouldn't pass the FRP screen. I'm not 100% sure if it was because I ran this tool -- but a warning -- it didn't work for me and might cause issues if you do eventually get hold of the Google account details.

The ROM i was installing was LineageOS 16, apparently they now enforce FRP (probably to keep Google happy). To get the phone working i flashed an old LineageOS 14.1 zip i had from Jan 2018 (i knew there was a reason i keep old files) which didn't enforce FRP.

After the old ROM booted I did a factory reset through the System menu (i also had logged in with the account i remembered, but that is probably not required), whatever the Android factory reset does it clears the FRP flag. When i wiped and installed Lineage 16 again through TWRP the setup process was normal.

The solution to FRP seems to be to get hold of a ROM that doesn't enforce Googles crap, and do a factory reset within Android. Obviously you need TWRP or another custom bootloader already installed.
23rd December 2019, 06:43 PM |#8  
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@Zillinium

Can you or anyone help me with putting an Alcatel signature to the FRP_Destroyer zip files so I can flash it by adb sideload and in the standard recovery. The device has no adb or fastboot that works and all the exploits I have seen to get in to chrome and use other software to get into settings etc - have been patched. Obviously USB Debugging is not enabled

adb sideload sends the file and it fails on the signature missing
5th January 2020, 11:25 PM |#9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by phatfish

I messed up and did a full wipe through TWRP on a MI5 without realising FRP was a thing.

Gave this a go but it didn't work. I actually managed to remember the account details the phone was linked to afterwards. But even with the correct account details it wouldn't pass the FRP screen. I'm not 100% sure if it was because I ran this tool -- but a warning -- it didn't work for me and might cause issues if you do eventually get hold of the Google account details.

The ROM i was installing was LineageOS 16, apparently they now enforce FRP (probably to keep Google happy). To get the phone working i flashed an old LineageOS 14.1 zip i had from Jan 2018 (i knew there was a reason i keep old files) which didn't enforce FRP.

After the old ROM booted I did a factory reset through the System menu (i also had logged in with the account i remembered, but that is probably not required), whatever the Android factory reset does it clears the FRP flag. When i wiped and installed Lineage 16 again through TWRP the setup process was normal.

The solution to FRP seems to be to get hold of a ROM that doesn't enforce Googles crap, and do a factory reset within Android. Obviously you need TWRP or another custom bootloader already installed.

I did a similar thing but without the need for an old lineageOS build. Just install lineageOS without gapps, factory reset from there and then you can reinstall with gapps.

So if your phone can have a custom rom without gapps FRP should be easy to bypass.
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