To remove FRP (Factory Reset Protection) from your Vivo T2 5G after entering the test point and rebooting into EDL Mode (Emergency Download Mode), you can follow these general steps:
- Ensure Proper Connectivity: Make sure your Vivo T2 5G is still connected to your computer via USB cable after entering EDL Mode through the test point method.
- Use FRP Unlocking Tool: You’ll need to use an FRP unlocking tool that supports Vivo devices in EDL Mode. There are several tools available, such as Miracle Box, MRT Dongle, UMT Dongle, etc. Choose one that you’re comfortable with and that supports your specific device.
- Launch the FRP Tool: Open the FRP unlocking tool on your computer. Ensure that the necessary drivers are installed, and the tool recognizes your Vivo T2 5G in EDL Mode.
- Select Vivo T2 5G Model: In the FRP tool, locate the option to select your device model. Choose the appropriate model for your Vivo T2 5G.
- Start the FRP Removal Process: Follow the on-screen instructions provided by the FRP unlocking tool to initiate the FRP removal process for your Vivo T2 5G.
- Wait for Completion: Allow the FRP unlocking tool to complete the process. This may involve bypassing the FRP lock, removing the Google account associated with the device, or performing other necessary tasks.
- Reboot Your Device: Once the FRP removal process is complete, reboot your Vivo T2 5G. Ensure that the device boots up normally without prompting for Google account verification.
- Set Up Your Device: After rebooting, set up your Vivo T2 5G as a new device or restore from a backup, as per your preference.
- Verify FRP Removal: Go through the device setup process and ensure that the FRP lock has been successfully removed. You should be able to access the device without any FRP-related restrictions.
- Final Checks: Perform final checks to ensure that all features and functionalities of your Vivo T2 5G are working as expected after FRP removal.
By following these steps, you should be able to remove FRP from your Vivo T2 5G after entering EDL Mode through the test point method and using an appropriate FRP unlocking tool.