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Samsung g955f possible reset frp? [Answered]


Hi i need reset frp for samsung g955f, possible?
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Hello.

There are few methods, of how to reset FPR on phones with latest firmwares:

I.

Try to use our Factory Reset FRP Service.
For more detail information and prices, please check Credits consumption

II.

Try to write SBoot file of older firmware.
Repeat "Reset FRP/Reactivation/EE" operation.


III.

Write "boot.img" partition from appropriate Combination firmware via "Advanced mode" option (select Combination firmware, un-check partitions except "boot.img").
Perform "Reset FRP" operation in Software.



IV.

Write Full Combination Firmware.
Go to "Developer Options" in phone Settings.
Check "Enable OEM unlock" option.
Make Factory Data Reset.
Reflash the phone with full stock (orignal) firmware.

Note: "boot.img" from Combinataion firmwares can be not compatible with current phone's firmware. In such case phone will stuck on logo, or will be rebooting after writing of such boot. In this case to restore the phone to it's initial condition You need to reflash it with different full stock (original) firmwares (or try to write only boot of such firmwares).
Note: You can write "boot.img", Combination firmware or to downgrade phone's firmware version only on your own risk!
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