In this blog, we will provide with you simple method to Bypass Google FRP on Samsung Galaxy F04 Android 14 and Android 13 versions by resetting the last used Gmail ID from the phone. If you perform factory reset and have forgotten the already signed in google account to access the device, Then, the following tutorial will help you to Unlock the FRP lock with the help of free VG PC tools easily.
FRP is an inbuilt data protection feature for all present-day Android smartphones. If someone performed factory reset or format data on the phone, then the FRP will ask the user to sign in with the last used Account on the phone.
Additionally, you can use any compatible FRP bypass tool & FRP Bypass APK according to your phone to unlock FRP. Here we described explicitly, So, don’t panic or worry about anything, the tool we used to unlock the phone has already been added below.
How to Bypass Google FRP on Samsung Galaxy F04 (Android 14/13)
- First, Connect Samsung F04 (Android 14) phone to a WiFi Network.
- Then, Power Off your Samsung phone
- Then Open the tool
- Go to MediaTek tab
- Select Universal > Auto Unlock
- Click on Broom
- Next, Hold Volume + & – Key
- Then Insert the USB cable
- The Warning Screen will appears, Press Volume Down
- Next, Quickly Press & Hold Volume UP + Down key
- The phone will boot into the Brom Mode
- Remove the USB cable from the Phone
- Next, Click on Erase FRP Samsung
- Reinsert the USB cable
- The phone will be detected and start removing the FRP lock
- Once finished, Disconnect & Powered on the Samsung F04
- Setup all the initial steps
- That’s it.
- You have successfully bypassed FRP lock from Samsung F04.
[*] Caution: This method is for device owner and only for educational purposes, meaning trying this method on a stolen device is a serious crime, it may lead you to the jailed.
Warning: Bypass FRP Files not responsible for any damage on your device please try this at your own risk.
[*] Disable Factory Reset Protection: If you want to disable the FRP lock feature from your Samsung F04 then you need to delete the Gmail Account from the device Settings. follow the below process completely to disable the Factory Reset Protection successfully: go to the settings menu=>> Accounts=>> select the Gmail id =>> remove account =>> that’s it.