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How to Bypass FRP Samsung Galaxy A10 Gmail Account Lock Via FRP Tool

The FRP stands for Factory Reset Protection and its features added by Google to protects phones from Android thefts and accounts. So when you perform a hard reset on your Samsung A10 phone, you will need to enter your Google account which will include the password.

For some reason, some tend to forget their Gmail account and they will be stuck on the FRP page. In this case, your only bet is to look for an alternative. In this post, we will be showing you how to bypass FRP on Samsung phone most especially on the Galaxy A10.

bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy A10

About Galaxy A10

The Samsung Galaxy A10 is a budget new phone and the device packs a nice body design but has average specifications.  It features a 32GB 2GB RAM, 32GB 4GB RAM, and has 13 MP camera and a selfies shooter of 5 MP. It has 3400 mAh and has a screen size of 6.2 inches with an IPS LCD display.

Samsung Galaxy A10 FRP Bypass Tool

Step 1: Power on your Samsung A10

Step 2: Connect your Samsung Galaxy A10 to your Wi-Fi and Go back to the Welcome page.

Step 3: Download the Samsung Frp 2020 Bypass new Tool on your PC and click on SamsungFrp2020.exe

Step 4: When the tool opens click on Disable Drivers Signatures then Reboots your PC.

Step 5: Run SamsungFrp2020.exe again

Step 6: Now Click on Bypass FRP and wait as the driver installs.

Step 7: On your Galaxy A10, you  should see “A Easy firmware page” open

Step 8: Click on View.

Step 9: The internet browser will open automatically, move to this link and download Apex Launcher apk.

Step 10: Install Apex Launcher & open it.

Step 11: Now go to Settings  > Biometrics and security > Other security settings.

Step 12: Enable Pin Windows then click on Use screen lock type to Unpin.

Step 13: Now you can set up a new password and then restart your Samsung Galaxy A10.

Step 14: You are almost there, just restart your Samsung A10, and Enter the Pin lock that you set up then click on Skip.

You have successfully bypassed the FRP on your Samsung Galaxy A11 Gmail account Android 10 device.

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James T.

James, a distinguished alumnus of MIT, where he specialized in Computer Science and Communications Technology, has an impressive academic foundation that underpins his expertise. With over a decade in the industry, he deciphers complex technology into easy how-tos. Known for his keen insights, James is dedicated to helping readers navigate the rapidly evolving digital landscape.

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