Samsung Galaxy A04s removefrp

bypass and remove the Google account lock (FRP) on the Samsung Galaxy A04s using ROM2box, follow these steps:

Pre-requisites:

  • Ensure you have a stable internet connection.
  • Download the ROM2box tool and extract it on your computer.
  • Install VCOM Drivers and Samsung USB Drivers on your computer.
  • Use an original USB data cable to connect the phone to the computer without any issues.
  • Make sure your phone’s battery is sufficiently charged, preferably above 50%.

Instructions:

  1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy A04s to the computer using the USB cable.
  2. Launch the ROM2box tool on your computer.
  3. Select the appropriate USB port for your device (avoid selecting COM1) in the ROM2box interface.
  4. Click on the “Bypass Now” button to begin the FRP bypass process.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed with the bypass process.
  6. When prompted, enter the code #0# via the emergency dialer on your phone.
  7. Allow USB debugging by tapping on the checkbox that appears on the phone screen.
  8. Wait for the bypass process to complete. Once successful, you will see a “success” message on the screen.
  9. Restart your Samsung Galaxy A04s and complete the initial setup without encountering the Google account lock.

By following these steps carefully, you should be able to bypass and remove the Google account lock (FRP) Samsung Galaxy A04s using ROM2box.

 

Remove FRP (Factory Reset Protection) removal procedure  Samsung SM-A047F was successfully conducted using Samsung Tool PRO version  employing the test point method. Here’s a concise overview of the process:

  1. Device Connection and Model Identification:
    • The Samsung SM-A047F device was connected using the test point method.
      • The Samsung modem was detected  port.
      • Phone details including model, software versions (AP, CSC, CP), OS version, product code, phone SN, IMEI, IMEI2, and unique number were retrieved.

Bypass and Remove Frp Samsung Galaxy A04s ROM2box image test point 1

  1. Method Availability Confirmation:
    • The availability of the FRP removal method was confirmed.
  2. Execution Phases:
    • Users were directed to access ‘Emergency call’ and dial #0# for further instructions.
    • The initial step was successfully executed.
    • Awaiting ADB device status was achieved without complications.
    • The second step was completed seamlessly.
  3. Rebooting and Final Instructions:
    • The device was rebooted successfully.
    • Guidance for a complete FRP reset through ‘Settings – General management – Reset’ using the ‘Factory data reset’ option was provided.

The FRP bypass process on the Samsung SM-A047F device using Samsung Tool PRO v.45.14 and the test point method was carried out effectively, resulting in the successful removal of the FRP lock.