Bypass FRP on SM-T580 2016

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Mdavis7

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Had the same issue on my SM-T587P. Nothing worked. What finally worked was the following:
(1) Flash a "combination rom" using Odin3 (google "Combination Rom For GALAXY TAB A 10.1 2016 SPRINT SM-T587P" - I used the one on Talfish).
(2) Reset to factory settings from within the rom.
(3) Flash the original firmware.
Voila! The tablet booted up with FRP removed. (Hopefully I didn't forget any steps. I used a couple of YouTube videos to learn how to flash using Odin3.)
I have 3 SM-T587P tablets that were used at my company but are no longer used by the technicians (they are no longer working here) and need to bypass the FRP. Do you know if this still works??
 
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Nobody is going to buy these tools to unlock a tablet, unless you’re professional doing it to get paid
Unlock without OTG cable only takes me no more than 10 minutes and I have done hundreds of them, not just one.
FRP is a joke, no need technical skill or tool to bypass it.
Not only this model, I can bypass four other Samsung tablets with similar techniques to open browser to download needed apps . However , do it so often. I don’t download any more, copy these apps to an SD card, I can. access them quickly without going to download steps
So what is your method, people make YouTube videos for people to get views I've viewed them ALL if u have any good method I'm gonna try it as soon as you reply I have an OTG cable and a flash drive
 

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    I Successfully Removed FRP from SM-T580 12/17/16

    Hey guys I recently purchased a used SM-T580 Galaxy Tab off of Amazon and the device came with and FRP lock that I can't seem to figure out how to bypass. I've been on YouTube for the last few days just trying nummerous different methods like the SideSync, OTG, Odin, and Realtek method just to name a few, however none of them are compatible with this tablet. It's very frustrating because I need this tablet working in order to take notes in my college classes. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, thanks.

    I was having the same problem, but i figured it out last night. Without OTG cable, Odin, SideSync, Realtek, or a PC. I'd been messing with it for 3 days, so Im not 100% sure of what everything said and i'm definitely not going to relock it to try an duplicate it, but if you've been all over youtube then you've seen methods that require a wifi connection, (I found it easiest to use my phone's wifi hotspot) you disconnect your hotspot or unplug your router immediately when it says checking for software update, which appears after clicking accept on the privacy policy. (Again it's easier to just turn off the hotspot than to unplug your router" When done correctly it souls say "couldn't sign in" and then the next screen will either ask you to set up time and date or it asks you to add a name to the tablet (can't remember which is first) then asks to set up a screen lock passcode or pattern (set up either one), after doing all this 100 times I noticed it asked me if i wanted to set up a IMAP/POP3 account to use within the Gmail app (which I'd been skipping) but for some reason it didn't give me this option every time. You have to be connected to the internet for the next part so if you haven't already go ahead and turn your hotspot back on or router and add any email address other than a Gmail (I used my yahoo account) then follow through with the setup into it takes you back to the very first screen you see when you turned on the tablet. Now just turn the tablet screen off and back on (just the screen, do not power down the tablet) put in your lockscreen password and now In the top right corner there should be a little yellow icon which lets you switch users (if you see this, you've got it beat) now create a new user signing into your Gmail and Samsung accounts (if you don't have one, create a new account) once you're done with that it will take you to the home screen, pull down the notification bar and go into settings (notice since you're on an added user you can't factory reset the device) find "Users", and then switch back to the owner profile, it then tells you that you still need to set up the tablet to continue. Once i clicked okay it now let me pull down the notification bar to access settings, but this time you're on the owners account so you can factory reset it, go to "Back up and Reset" and then go ahead and factory reset it again. If done correctly the FRP will no longer be on the tablet. I know this probably sounds extremely complex so if you have any questions feel free to message me and Ill give you my email and phone number and ill help walk you through it
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    So my method works on latest update and latest android version for sm-t580 that is Nougat 7.0
    :)
    Thanks for sharing. I had to activate FRP lock on different T580 tablets to practice this method a few times to get used to it.
    Here is something I found to do it easier
    1- Get access to email via phone or computer because when setting Knox, it will send a PIN to your email to verify it.
    2-After setting a wifi connection, no need to go further. Tap Add Network
    3- On the pop up keyboard, hold the third key from the left with Speaker Icon. Select from the menu the last icon on the right: Setting.
    4-Tap the back arrow on the <--Samsung Keyboard , you will see the <-- Onscreen Keyboard
    5- Tap Google Voice Typing , tap Your Feed , check Feed
    6- Tap No Thank at the new page, then Google Search will appear, type CH, then select Chrome when it pop up.
    7- Search Samsung Knox app, then look for version 2.0.10. I choose the link from apKplz as other sites have too many pop ups.
    8-Tap OK when Chrome asks for permission to download. Tap open when download is done.
    9- A page will pop up asking for permission to install app from unknown source. Go to setting to check unknown source.
    10- Install Knox then add your email, it will send a PIN to your email to verify.
    11- Complete all the setting for Knox.
    12- Go to https://my.samsungknox.com/en-US/#/login with your email and password. After that you will see the Tab A with serial number enrolled.
    13- Click on it and select Wipe Data . Within few seconds, you will see your tablet goes to Wipe Data and Factory Reset Mode.
    The whole process take 5 to 10 minutes to complete. After few practices, I can do in 5 minutes.
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    Hi,

    I've been a lurker on this forum for over 3 years.. I never got round to signing up.

    I've just created account, with the purpose of telling you how grateful I am, I have been looking for a solution all night.

    Nothing, literally NOTHING! worked, but your solution worked with no issues, I even had my old apps restored.

    I spent HOURS reading through countless posts, watching youtube videos.. trying everything..

    I must admit, your post was a little complicated, I ended up giving up 2 or 3 times to try other things, but eventually went back to it, read everything super carefully, and it worked perfectly!

    Thank you so much!!!

    Mike.

    Wow, it's pretty awesome to see someone else was able to use my crazy instructions and come out successful. I spent almost two days doing the same thing. I can't even count how many forums I read, videos i watched or methods I tried. I was driving myself crazy (and everyone around me) i was beginning to think it was impossible on this device. I have been using xda for many years and I'm thankful for all the knowledge I've gained from this forum so when I was able to beat it i felt I was obligated to pay it forward.

    I wish I had the time to create a video explaining how to do it, I'm sure it would make a lot more sense that way.

    Anyway I'm so glad I was able to help
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    I've downgraded to PF5, done a factory reset and wiped cache. Followed the instructions and unplugged the router just as it finished "checking for updates". This gets me to the point where is says "there is a problem with the Google servers. Try again later." But when I click next, it just loops back to the "agreement" screen. What am I doing wrong?
    edit: Or, can you point me to a post with the PL4 Google Account Manager method?
    When downgraded to PF5, it should work but you have to use Personal Hotspot to quickly disconnect at the step checking Software Update.
    Use your router is too slow for quick disconnect. Try again by using your phone connection, I also have done over hundreds for FRP Bypass by this method.
    You only need Personal Hotspot to create first user with PIN, the rest no need internet connection to add second user. When finish the profile of second user, reboot.
    Your tablet should boot to the welcome screen with PIN, unlock it then you're ready to do the Factory Reset. The whole process takes less than 10 minutes.
    If it's not working, upgrade the firmware to PL4. I have done bypass FRP over hundreds of T580 or P580 by this method, guaranteed working.
    https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=73069388&postcount=43
    This method is not working with Android 7, so don't try. The current Android 7, build QF1 can downgrade to Android 6, build PL4 with ease.
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    :):):):) The PL4 method worked!!! Thanks a batch.

    Well i have found a way to baypas all of that, sory for not writing corectly but im learning englisch!
    So my method works on latest update and latest android version for sm-t580 that is Nougat 7.0


    When you are blocked by google mesage that says that you need last used google mail before reset, go back to scren where you chose wifi network, and click create new, then when keyboard shows up, click on setings sign at botom.
    Now you have a samsung keyboard writen i left uper corner, click on that so that you get one step back and now you should see 3 options, the second one should be Google Voice typing, click on that( you should be conected to internet before you get here), now on new menu click on YOUR FEED and activate it, it should show blue screen with some writing, and at bootom you have two options, SIGN IN and NO THANKS.

    Select no thanks and it will take you on new scrren with search engine, from there type Samsung Knox apk, it will take you to internet and from there on try to find any latest version and download and install it, set up knox, create account, from knox setings on phone set knox as main usser, than make backup from phone, now login on my.samsungknox DOT com with same login as you created and used on knox on phone, now from website aces your device, and fully reset it, VOILA, after it reboots it will take you trought setup proces like new device but now your FRP google protection is removed.


    I have spent 2 days figuring out how to aces and bypas this bu.sit on my device, like its my tablet , i have forgot my mail, so what now i need to depend on google to say whats mine what not, i share my method with you guys so i hope that i can help someone, if i helped im glad, you can clik thx or like what so ewer on this site and thats all. :)

    BYE :highfive:

    PS
    One small hint, you can first install some custom louncher so it will be faster to doo all this..

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    When downgraded to PF5, it should work but you have to use Personal Hotspot to quickly disconnect at the step checking Software Update.
    Use your router is too slow for quick disconnect. Try again by using your phone connection, I also have done over hundreds for FRP Bypass by this method.
    You only need Personal Hotspot to create first user with PIN, the rest no need internet connection to add second user. When finish the profile of second user, reboot.
    Your tablet should boot to the welcome screen with PIN, unlock it then you're ready to do the Factory Reset. The whole process takes less than 10 minutes.
    If it's not working, upgrade the firmware to PL4. I have done bypass FRP over hundreds of T580 or P580 by this method, guaranteed working.
    https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=73069388&postcount=43
    This method is not working with Android 7, so don't try. The current Android 7, build QF1 can downgrade to Android 6, build PL4 with ease.

    No you dont need to downgrade, read my post above :)