factory reset protection

  1. DroidModderX

    Pixel, Nexus 6P, and Nexus 5X Factory Reset Protection Bypass.

    Google has built a security feature into Android which will lock you out of your device if you Factory Reset your phone without first deleting your accounts from the device. The only way to get past the FRP lock out is to enter your Google account information. That is great if you are locked out...
  2. DroidModderX

    Rootjunky Bypasses Factory Reset Protection On The Galaxy Note 7 Before It Releases!

    This is a black eye for Samsung no doubt. You remember how Tom used to have to release a new video showing how to bypass factory reset protection on different devices and even on the same device running different versions of software? Yea Tom just found a YUUGE hole in Samsung's security. He has...
  3. DroidModderX

    Factory Reset Protection Bypassed On LG G5, V10, and LG Stylo 2

    Rootjunky is the man when comes to hacking and Mcgyvering his way around Android's Factory Reset Protection. He has released a bypass method for just about every phone out there on just about every version of Android. Every time his methods are patched by Google he just finds another way in. It...
  4. DroidModderX

    ByPassing Factory Reset Protection On Android N Developer Preview

    Rootjunky has discovered a method for bypassing factory reset protection on the Android N developer preview. This is surprising as Tom worked with Google directly to show them how he got past FRP. The method used to get past FRP in Android N is kind of crazy. More than likely you won't have to...
  5. DroidModderX

    RootJunky Finds A Factory Reset Protection Bypass For The Droid Turbo 2!

    Rootjunky has been going crazy with these Factory Reset Protection methods over the past month or so. He has found so many holes that Google has actually taken notice. They are now working with him to get these holes patched. According to Tom this could be a venture that takes a few weeks. The...