Frp! Xiaomi Bypass Google Account
FRP (Factory Reset Protection) is a new protection method that was developed to keep your data safe. It can be used to protect your device and information, including screen lock and data encryption, if your phone is lost or stolen.
Starting with Android Lollipop, FRP is a “standard” option in devices of most manufacturers. If FRP is activated on your smartphone, this prevents the device from being used after a factory reset until you log in with the Google account credentials used previously on this device.
HOW TO FIND OUT IF FRP IS ACTIVE ON YOUR SMARTPHONE?
If your device has a Google account, then FRP is active.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO IF YOU ARE GOING TO RESET THE SMARTPHONE TO FACTORY SETTINGS?
Make sure you remember the username and password for your Google account. If you forgot your username, you can see it in the “Settings” of your smartphone, in the “Google”. “Google Account” section. After rewriting the login, try logging in to the account on the computer with the password. If you managed to log in, write down the data so as not to forget and you can transgress to reset the smartphone. If you can’t log in to your account due to an incorrect password, try to recover it. This may take up to 24 hours. Only after password recovery and the ability to freely use your account, you can proceed to restore the system on your smartphone.
HOW DOES FRP LOCK WORK?
The locking system works in such a way that when you first configure the system, you must log in to the Google account that was previously used on this device. If you do not, you simply cannot start the device. If you bootloader locked and no custom recovery. it’s practically a “brick”. The fact is that in stock recovery, there is no way to “fill in” another firmware. There is an opportunity only to make “Wipe All Data”, and this is nothing but a reset to the factory settings, which does not save you from subsequent access to the previous account. Another “pitfall”, after a reset, is the disabled USB Debugging mode. You cannot turn it on either until the system starts up completely and there is no way to enter the “Settings”. The fact that this mode is disabled imposes many restrictions, namely, it makes it impossible to manipulate a smartphone using a computer. That is, programs such as: Mi Flash, Mi Unlock, Mi Assistent mode (in recovery), fastboot, ADB, many other software and other options in which you can “scratch” the device become useless. The fact is that the computer simply does not see the connected device, which means that it cannot do anything with it.
It would seem that FRP is a very useful thing that can “help you out” in case you lose or steal your smartphone. After all, an attacker will not be able to get to your personal data (if a lock is set by fingerprint, pin code, pattern, etc.). A reset to factory settings makes the smartphone a useless toy.
But there are situations when a person, not knowing the intricacies that we describe in this article, resetting the device realizes that he does not remember either the login or password. What to do in this situation? We have found a solution and are ready to share information with our readers.
Due to the fact that the phone is at the initial tincture stage and there is no way to configure gestures to create screenshots, the instruction will be exclusively in text format. For our part, we will try to describe everything as detailed as possible so that you do not have any difficulties step-by-step to perform all the necessary actions.
When, after resetting the smartphone to the factory settings, the device booted up, the first thing to do is go to the Wi-Fi settings and connect to the network in order to have access to the Internet. Then you need to return to the original MIUI welcome screen. Now you need to press the two fingers on the screen and hold them until the Voice TalkBack voice assistant starts. The system will notify you by voice, and the TalkBack Guide window will also open.
Now you need to draw the letter “L” on the screen (slide your finger from the upper left corner to the lower and then from left to right). If everything is done correctly, a “General context menu” will appear, in which we need to select the “TalkBack Settings” item. It’s worth paying attention to the fact that with a single touch, the system simply pronounces the name of this item, to enter it you need to make a double tap on it (press twice). The TalkBack Setup opens. Now we can turn off annoying voice notification of our actions. To do this, you must simultaneously press and hold both volume buttons on the end of the device (volume up volume down) until a window appears with the question: “Pause TalkBack?”. We agree by clicking the “OK” button.
Now you need to download the Quick Shortcut Maker application by entering the following address: https://is.gd/HeIM21 (the file is uploaded to the cloud, the link is shortened for ease of entry). After downloading, go back and click download again. In the window that opens, click on the file name to start it. Now you need to give permission to install from unknown sources, then run the downloaded file again. The installation of the program begins. After the end, at the bottom of the screen, 2 options will be available: “MORE APPS” and “OK”. Click “MORE APPS”. In the search bar, type the name of the application: “Quick Shortcut Maker”. After entering a few initial letters, the found program will be displayed in the window below. Click the “Open” button to the right of the application. Now we have three bookmarks at the top of the window: “Actions”, “Applications”, “Favorites”. Go to the “Applications”, find and launch the “Settings”. In the window that opens, click “View.” The default settings for the smartphone will start.
We can say that half the battle has already been done. Now we have the opportunity to activate “Developer Mode” and enable “USB Debugging”. In this case, we are given the opportunity to flash the device using Mi Flash, as well as gain access to the capabilities of Fastboot and ADB. But there is a simpler way, in this particular case, we will act differently.
In the “Settings” go to the “Second space” and click “Create a second space.” The creation process will start, during which it will be necessary to enter a lock code (or graphic key) for both the first and second spaces. After all these settings, the standard desktop of the second space will start. Now you need to log in to any Google–account, the username and password from which you remember. For a quick transition to entering credentials, just run the PlayMarket application. After successfully logging into your account, we reboot the device in the standard way. After the reboot, turn TalkBack off, just as we did before: (volume up volume down). “OK”.
Now enter the password or pattern, only from the first space. And so we got a fully functioning device. Now, if there is no need for a second space, then you can simply remove it. But it will not be superfluous to reset to factory settings again. To do this, go to “Settings”. “Advanced settings”. “Backup and reset”. “Reset to factory settings”. “Reset settings”. We enter the code and agree to the warning that all data will be lost. The phone will reboot and install the system again. Now in the initial setup process, you will no longer be asked to enter data from your Google account.
Thus, you managed to get out of a practically hopeless situation, restore your smartphone and continue to use it further.