Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset]

Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset]

If you perform a Factory Data Reset on S-TELL P771, all settings come back to the factory default settings. Almost all files are removed, such as documents and downloaded applications. For those who have a Google Account set up on the S-TELL P771, FRP is active. Which means that after the reset, you’ll be required to sign in to the Google Account using the login name and security password. For those who have many different Google Accounts set up on the S-TELL P771, can sign in using any of the accounts.

Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset]

 

Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset]:

If an unauthorized person attempts to reset the S-TELL P771 by a different method, the S-TELL P771 would still require log-in using the Google account information. Which means in case your S-TELL P771 is dropped or thieved, another person may not have the ability to reset it and use it.

Even if you reset your S-TELL P771, but don’t remember your Google login name and/or password, the S-TELL P771 device cannot be used. In that situation, you can do one of these:

If you know your Google login name but cannot remember the actual password, you can reset your password on the device, or at www.google.com. It can take up to 24 hours for a new password to sync with all registered devices. After 24 hours, you can try logging in to your S-TELL P771 phone with the new password.

For those who have multiple Google Accounts, and you cannot remember which Google Account you set up on your S-TELL P771, visit https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager.

How To Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset]

In this guide, I’m going to be showing You how you can format a single partition of S-TELL P771 device by using SP Flash tool. The goal of the article is, for example, Your S-TELL P771 is FRP locked. All You need is to format FRP partition or possibly You need to perform a factory reset but If you’re can not boot into recovery mode for whatever reason. All you have to is to format user data & cache partitions, that is for factory reset For the requirements of this tutorial, all you have to is SP Flash tool, the S-TELL P771 scatter file so you can get the values of the partitions(s) You need to format and Notepad++ to open the scatter file and get the values.

Requirements To Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset]

Instructions to Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset]:

Step 1. Extract the content of the SP flash tool zip file and Launch SP flash tool.

Step 2. Select the scatter file for your device by clicking choose besides the scatter-loading file’s drop-down bar.

Step 3. In the windows that appear next, navigate to and select the scatter file.

Step 4. You should now be taken back to the SP flash tool window, Click on the Format tab.

Step 5. Tick the checkbox beside “Manual format flash”.

Step 6. Open windows explorer and navigate to the location of the scatter file you selected earlier on then open it using Notepad++.

Step 7. Scroll down the contents of the scatter file till you get to the partition you wish to format [in my case, I’m trying to format FRP partition].

Step 8. Input the values of Linear_start addr and partition_size into SP flash tool then Click on Start

Step 9. Power off the phone (with the battery in) then connect to the PC via a USB cord. Once successful, you should get a green tick.

Step 10. Boot up the device.

Follow detail instruction how to Bypass Gmail Account On S-TELL P771 [Frp Reset] with sp flash tool.

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