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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.


Warnings & Disclaimers

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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...
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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.
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