How to Bypass Google Account Verification (FRP) on BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE



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A few years ago, before the launch of BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE and other Android smartphones, we were all talking about how BlackBerry and iPhone devices are so secured to a point that their real owners can track who is using it when stolen or lost. In some cases, the phone might just be unusable to whoever found it until the rightful owner unlocks the device which most times have to do with him/her signing into the earlier setup (email and or password) account of that device.

Android – the leading choice of most smartphones operating system out there has finally joined the league to make users device (like BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE) super secured from theft or just unusable when it gets lost. But the truth is most times lost or stolen isn't the case. Rather, it is passed on to a friend, family or sold out as fairly used without the initial user unlocking and removing their setup Google Account (even after a factory or hard reset).

I will show you a few steps to follow on how to bypass Google Account (FRP) on your BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE but first, let me explain what FRP means and how it works.



What is FRP on BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE Android OS device?
FRP simply means factory reset protection also known as data protection of your BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE or any other Android device. It is set up with your sign in Google Account.

How do I Setup FRP Lock?
Step 1:           The user should slide down or locate and press the settings on the icon on their BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE home screen.
Step 2:           Next, scroll down and or swipe right (or left)
Step 3:           Enter – press Accounts
Step 4:            Now, add a Google – Gmail account.
Step 5:            Go back to Settings >> Security
Step 6:            Setup your preferred lock method.
Step 7:            Check lock on start-up.

How to remove or bypass Google Account FRP on BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE?
There are basically two methods to bypass a Google Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE. Like I mentioned earlier: most times Android phones like BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE are passed on to a friend or family which means if you tell them about method one (1) you won't have to apply the final option – method two (2) that bypasses FRP lock.

Method #1 – How to Bypass or Skip Google Account FRP Lock on your BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE:
Step 1:           The user should slide down or locate and press the settings on the icon on their BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE home screen.
Step 2:           Next, scroll down and or swipe right (or left)
Step 3:           Enter – press Accounts
Step 4:           Now, Remove the primary or all Google accounts – Gmail you find there.
Step 5:           Go back to Settings >> Security
Step 6:           Remove your preferred lock method.
Step 7:           Uncheck lock on start-up.

Method #2 – How to Bypass Google Account FRP Lock Screen on Your BlackBerry KEY2 OR KEY2 LE

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