Frp Samsung J700f via Odin
FRP or Factory Reset Protection is a security feature on Android devices. As soon as you register an Android device with a Google account, FRP is enabled automatically. The purpose of Firmware Reset Protection is to protect your device, data, and information against going into the wrong hands. If you have a Samsung Galaxy phone or Tab and you have forgotten its unlock pattern or PIN, there’s a way to bypass and remove the FRP lock on Samsung devices using Odin by flashing combination file.
When the FRP is enabled on an Android device, and you perform a data factory reset via the Android Recovery menu or some other way, you will see the following message upon device reboot.
This device was reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced on this device.
You’ll be asked to enter the registered phone number or email address in kiriman to unlock your device.
However, if you reset your Samsung phone from
Settings > General Management > Reset > Factory Data Reset, you’ll able to format your device without any issue.
Removing FRP on Samsung with Combination File
Many people think that they can bypass or remove the FRP lock on Samsung Galaxy simply by installing the stock firmware via Odin. I remember doing the same to fix the firmware reset protection on a friend’s Galaxy S7 Edge. The truth is, you can’t remove FRP lock Google account issue on Samsung mobiles with a baku firmware flash.
Below, I’ll be describing the method to flash combination firmware on Samsung devices to remove the FRP lock.
1. Download Samsung Firmware
Since we will be using a combination of specific firmware binary components, you will need to download the latest Samsung firmware for your Galaxy device. You can grab or get the firmware file for your device teladan from any of the sources mentioned below.
- Download Samsung Firmware with Frija
- BL+AP+CP+CSC binaries for Odin
- Download Firmware on macOS and Linux with Samloader
2. Create Samsung Combination File
Okay, now that you have downloaded the correct firmware for your Samsung Galaxy phone or Tab, it’s time to create the combination firmware to remove the FRP lock on your Samsung device.
Follow the steps given below to create a combination firmware from the regular firmware files.
- Extract the downloaded Samsung firmware Zip file. You can use a Zip archiver like WinRar, 7Zip, PowerArchiver, etc. for this purpose.
- Open the extracted folder and you’ll find 5 firmware binaries including
AP, BL, CP, CSC, and
- Make sure you can view the
extension of the files. If you see only
.tar, click on the
tab on the Windows Explorer window and check the option that says ‘File name extensions‘.
- Now, right-click on the firmware file that starts with
in its name and select the rename option and add a
- Then select the
file and change its extension to
- You can now extract the
- Open the
folder, copy the
files and paste them into a new folder.
- Similarly, open the
folder and move the file names
to the same new folder.
- Open the folder where you saved the
files. Select all three files and pack them into one file by selecting the
Compress to “New folder.rar”
option from the Windows context menu.
- Now, change the Zip extension of
and rename it with the firmware name as shown below.
You have successfully created the Samsung combination file to remove FRP on your Galaxy device.
3. Reset Samsung Device and Enable USB Debugging
Before you proceed to install the combination file, you need to perform a data factory reset. Since you can’n do that via the device settings of your Samsung Galaxy phone or Tab, you need to do that via the Recovery Tren. The method to access the Recovery tren on Samsung devices differs from abstrak to komplet. You can refer to my detailed tutorial on booting into the Samsung Recovery Kecenderungan.
- Once you get into the Android Recovery menu screen, select the
Wipe data/factory reset. You can use the Volume up/down keys to navigate and the Power button to confirm the selection.
- Perform a data/factory reset and then select the
Reboot system now
- When your Samsung device boots up, you’ll see the Samsung factory binary screen similar to the one shown below. Tap the
on the top-left corner of the screen.
- Doing so will show you the app drawer screen. Navigate to
Settings > Developer options
USB debugging. If you don’lengkung langit find that option, here is how you can turn on the Developer option on Samsung devices.
- Now, turn off your phone or tablet device by holding the Power button.
Flash Samsung Combination File with Odin
Okay, you now have the Samsung combination file that you created from the stock firmware. You have also enabled USB debugging on your Galaxy device to ensure that Odin can it. You are all set to remove the FRP lock on your Samsung phone or Tab.
- Download the patched version of Odin and extract the Zip file on your desktop.
Odin3 3.14.1 3B PatcheD
(for devices released after 2018)
- Odin3 3.13.3 3B PatcheD (for older Samsung models)
- Odin3 3.14.1 3B PatcheD
- Download and install the latest Samsung USB Driver on your Windows PC and reboot your system.
- Open the Odin folder and launch
as an administrator.
- It’s time to boot your Samsung device into the Download Kecenderungan.
- Connect your device to the computer using a compatible USB cable.
- When your phone or tablet is recognized by Odin, the
port will be highlighted.
- Click the
tab in Odin and make sure that only the
F. Reset Time
options are enabled there.
- Then click on the
button and add the Samsung combination file you created earlier.
- Finally, click the
button to trigger the installation.
- Wait until the combination firmware installation finishes and you are greeted by the
message in Odin. Your Samsung Galaxy device will reboot automatically.
Just wait mencicil your device boots up and that’s it. You have successfully removed the FRP lock on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
Please get the approval to use factory binary (PIT)
Sometimes, Samsung’s security feature might block the installation of custom firmware and throw the following error on the Download Mode screen of your Samsung Galaxy device.
Please get the approval to use factory binary (pit)
To fix this, you can flash the Besikal (Partition Information Table) file for your device along with the Samsung combination file in Odin. If you don’t know how to get the correct PIT file, read my tutorial describing the steps to extract Samsung Besikal from firmware.
Please keep in mind that if you install the Sepeda file, you’ll have to check the
option under the
tab in Odin as well. Moreover, you’ll need to add the Besikal file in Odin by clicking the
tab in Odin. If the Samsung combination file doesn’t help you to remove the FRP lock, you should also try the NAND Erase method using Odin.
Frp Samsung J700f via Odin