When we lose a mobile phone, the feeling is not very pleasant, however, less pleasant is this feeling when we know that losing the phone anyone who finds it will be able to use it without problems reseteándolo.
Now, to combat this, and that people return the mobile found (if you find it and doesn’t work for you maybe you think) Android has added the Factory Reset Protection on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Basically the Factory Reset Protection the only thing that does is that when a person does a Factory Reset, if the mobile had a Google account associated with it, will not be able to log on unless you put the account and password of the account that you were previously using in the mobile.
How do I disable the Factory Reset Protection on Android?
If you decide to sell a mobile second hand the FRP is a problem, and to do so you have to know how to remove it. If you do a factory reset the Factory Reset Protection will continue to operate equally, so it will do you no good.
The Factory Reset Protection is activated automatically, when you associate a Google account to your Android and to remove it you have to follow few very simple steps but many people forget and then when you’re selling your mobile phone second-hand it will be found that the person who has sold you need the password to log on. To remove it we need to do is to delete our Google accounts on the device and do a reset to factory.
- You’ll get rid of the Google accounts on Settings – Accounts.
- it is Also advisable to delete the lock screen for if the flies.
once you have done this to the to reset the mobile to factory you will not be prompted for the account of Android that you used previously to log in and the buyer or new user of mobile will not have problems to use it. Now, make sure that has been removed newly booting the phone to see if it allows you to make a new Google account without putting the previous.
Will be ready. As you can see it is very easy to eliminate this protection that comes from the factory, but if you forget you can be a real hassle, especially if you do a deal in hand.
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