When it comes to removing FRP (Factory Reset Protection) on ZTE devices, there are simple steps that you can follow to effortlessly remove the FRP lock. FRP is a security mechanism that prevents unauthorized access or use of a device after a factory reset. It requires the user to enter their Google account credentials to confirm their ownership of the device.
What is FRP?
Factory Reset Protection or FRP is a security feature introduced by Android to protect user data in case of theft or loss of a device. The feature requires the user to enter their Google account credentials to confirm ownership of the device after it has been reset to factory settings. If the correct credentials are not provided, the device will remain locked and inaccessible.
Why Remove FRP?
There are various reasons why you would want to remove FRP on your ZTE device. It could be because you have forgotten your Google account credentials, or you have purchased a used ZTE device that still has the previous owner’s Google account linked to it. Whatever the reason may be, removing FRP will allow you to regain access to your device without any restrictions.
How to Remove FRP on ZTE Devices
Here are some simple steps you can follow to remove FRP lock on your ZTE device:
Step 1: Turn on Your ZTE Device
The first step is to turn on your ZTE device and select your preferred language. Once you have selected your language, connect your device to a Wi-Fi network. Make sure that you have a stable internet connection.
Step 2: Enable Talkback Feature
To enable the talkback feature, press and hold two fingers on the screen until the talkback feature is activated.
Step 3: Enter Code
Enter the code “*#*#1357946#*#*” on the phone dialer. This will open the EMERGENCY CALL screen.
Step 4: Open Settings
From the EMERGENCY CALL screen, tap on the three dots in the top right corner of the screen to open the menu and select “Settings”.
Step 5: Disable Google Play Services
In the settings menu, scroll down and select “Apps”. From there, find and select “Google Play Services” and disable it.
Step 6: Install Test DPC App
Next, install the Test DPC app by searching for it on Google Play Store or downloading it from a trusted source.
Step 7: Add New Google Account
Once you have installed the Test DPC app, open it and select “Set up managed profile”. Follow the prompts and add a new Google account to your device.
Step 8: Restart Your Device
Finally, restart your ZTE device, and the FRP lock will be removed.
Removing the FRP lock on your ZTE device is a simple process that requires following a few easy steps. Whether you have forgotten your Google account credentials or have purchased a used ZTE device with the previous owner’s account linked to it, these steps will allow you to quickly and effortlessly remove the FRP lock and regain access to your device.