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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus FRP Bypass 2022

Here is the step-by-step guide on how to bypass Google account (Factory Reset Protection) on all models of Samsung Galaxy S8 even running on the latest version of Android 8.0 Oreo.

I don’t want to waste your time…

I am straight-forward and avoid giving methods that no longer work and it is really frustrating when trying a bypass trick that no longer works and wastes your time.

As I have already explained on our FRP unlock guide for Samsung Factory Reset Protection bypass, in the initial stages (Android 5.0 Lollipop) it was really easy to trick the Google account security but it is not anymore.

Google has now released Marshmallow, Nougat and now Oreo. They’re trying to protect their users and it is becoming harder to bypass FRP. And I personally think it is a good move taken by Android to protect their user’s data and privacy. By enabling FRP option on my Android, I am no longer worried about my personal data as no one can access it without my email and password. Even if they remove the Google account my personal data should be wiped.

But still, there are genuine users who may have forgotten their account credentials and looking for ways to unlock their device.

Samsung Galaxy S8 FRP Bypass

Samsung Galaxy S8 FRP bypassNow let’s talk about the Galaxy S8 FRP bypass and if you can still bypass it in 2022!

And my answer would be “Yes” and “No”. Let me explain it in more details down below.

It is now almost impossible to bypass Google account on the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus if you’re running the latest version of Android using old methods. In order to bypass it you’ve to downgrade Samsung firmware to the Android version where the previous methods worked. Once you downgrade your device you’ll need the frp bypass apk to do the rest of the steps as explained on our homepage.

The easiest method I recommend and that works all the time is to buy FRP unlock service for Galaxy S8 & S8 Plus: https://www.progeeksblog.com/samsung-frp-unlock-service/ or visit your local mobile software shop who can bypass it within minutes using flash boxes like Z3X, Octopus and Octoplus Pro box. The best thing about these services you don’t have to waste your time on methods that no longer works and is good for you if you’re not a techy guy.

I hope by the end of the post, you’ve found a perfect solution to unlock your phone. Don’t to forget to let me know by sharing your experience in the comment section below, I would be happy to answer all your queries on time.

Download FRP Bypass APK for Android 2020


In this post, you’ll get the direct download link to FRP bypass Apk.

Factory reset protection also know as FRP, is a good move taken by Google with Android 5.0 Lollipop to ensure the security and safety of your device and private data.

It could be useful, but at the same time many users are having issues as most of them forgot their Google or Samsung account credentials after hard resetting their devices.

If you’re here reading this post, probably you’re locked out of your device and looking forward to bypassing FRP using the apk file provided by an anonymous Android developer or hacker. It is indeed a great FRP bypass app that has helped thousands of users to unlock their devices including Samsung, LG, Google Pixel and Sony.

Download FRP Bypass APK 2020

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Here is the download link for FRP bypass app.

You can follow rest of the step-by-step frp bypass guide on our homepage how to bypass FRP using the app you’ve just downloaded. If you’re having any issues downloading the app apk or bypassing the Google account, feel free to let us know in the comment section.

Samsung Galaxy J7 FRP Bypass 2020 Tutorial:

How to Enable Factory Reset Protection on Android


Android has finally introduced a better security feature called Factory Reset Protection with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Leading Android device manufacturers like Samsung, Google Pixel, LG, HTC, and Sony have started implementing this security feature to prevent your device and private data protected from unauthorized access if in case you lose your device.

FRP is a great feature who doesn’t like this kind of feature, and I am sure everyone would love to have it.  But for most of us, it is also a major issue if in case you forgot Google account credentials. I, therefore, always recommend users to disable FRP before hard resetting your phone.

The step-by-step guide will help you how to enable and disable FRP on Android.

Let’s get started:

How to Enable FRP?

I am using Samsung Galaxy S5 running Android version 6.0.1 Marshmallow, but the procedure is almost similar for all devices including Pixel Xl, LG, HTC or any device from Sony.

Please note that when you add a Google account to your phone, it automatically enables FRP lock on your device. Now whenever you or someone tries to hard reset your phone, next time it would ask for the same Google account that was previously synced with your device. 

Here is the procedure:

Step 1: Make sure that you already have a Samsung /Google account set up on your device otherwise you can sign up Samsung account.

Step 2: Now run Settings app. Tap down to find the System tab and tap Security.

Step 3: As I said earlier, If it is your first time then you’ll have to add Samsung account first and then enable Reactivation lock. So tap on Remote Controls.

Step 4: Tap on Add Samsung account.

Step 5: Signup for an account if you don’t have it already.

Step 6: Enter account credentials. Write it down so that you don’t forget it later!

Step 7:  Make sure you agree to all terms and conditions.

Step 8: Finally you can enable Activation Lock which is under Security > Find My Mobile.

Step 9: Now check the Reactivation lock prompt and tap OK as shown in the screenshot below:

Use your Samsung account to prevent anyone from reactivating your device. Before you request a repair under warranty, the reactivation lock must be disabled. Make sure you create an unlock password that you can remember.

That’s it. Your device now fully protected.

How to disable Factory Reset Protection

The procedure to disable FRP on Android is simple. Go to Settings > System > Security > Find My Mobile > Reactivation lock and unchecked it.

Also when you remove Google account from your phone, it automatically disables FRP on your phone. Now when you hard reset your phone, it won’t ask for Google account when you set up your phone.

Finally, I hope you’ve successfully setup or disabled FRP whatever you wanted with your device. If you have any issues, feel free to let me know and I will try my best to help you out.