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Can’t remove FRP lock. Flashed and installed firmware, and the message is still there

On January 27, 2018, Posted by , In Z3X box Section, With 12 Comments


Hi everybody. I have a G930F. I get the message An unauthorized attempt has been made to reset your device to factory default settings when I start the S7.
I flashed the S7 (using tnt enforce + Z3X 24.3 Loader + SamsungToolPRO + Combination file) and did a factory reset while being in factory binary mode, After that, I installed a hardware (G930FXXU1DQJ3) Along with odin. Everything works but the message is still there.
Of course I know that if ן got the mail/ password/ receipt but unfortunately I dont have any of those.
Ive tried the bypass on the sticky thread but it doesnt work.

Any suggestions kindly?…

12 Comments so far:

  1. ExpertBuddy says:

    Can u able to share here screen of recovery.?Second thing, why u used old Z3x Ver.24.3 ?
    nWhich combination file u used.? And did u try to Enable OEM & reset phone after flash combination/ or remove FRP/deactivation lock wit z3x ?

  2. Jaydude says:

    Hi, thanks for to be helpeding.
    n1. Screen of recovery meaning the screen I get when I press Home+Power+Volume up?
    n2. Used that Ver. because I was following a tutorial and that was the version they used there.
    n3. The combination file named "COMBINATION_FA60_G930FXXU1API2_CL7964511_QB110372 33_REV00_user_mid_noship" . tar
    n4 .After I flashed, the S7 got in "Factory binary mode", then I did a factory reset and when it was done, I pressed "Reboot to flash". After that I installed the hardware.
    n5 ."did u try to Enable OEM & reset phone after flash combination/ or remove FRP/deactivation lock wit z3x" – I don’t know how to do any of this, If I could get a link to a video it will be great.
    nThanks!

  3. killu says:

    As simply as this:

    rn1. Flash to stock bit 1

    rn2. Flash this file—>
    https://mega.nz/#!tYoW0AqC!eT3MnJLpY…i8i-OPqPZXif20

    rn3. Wait until the phone boots up, adb drivers will be installed, open cmd.exe and–> "adb shell content insert –uri content://settings/secure –bind name:s:user_setup_complete –bind value:s:1"

    rn3.1 Or more easy, open z3x, select g930f and do FRP RESET, agree to EULA bla bla and done, bypass activation wizard, enable OEM UNLOCK and do FACTORY RESET/WIPE DATA from menu. In case wizard still there, go back to the initial screen of WELCOME and do this –> "adb shell am force-stop com.sec.android.app.setupwizard"

    rnNo complications, no complex steps. kindly report back, and remember the basics, FRP removal is just based on enabling adb, and how do you acomplish that? Along with eng-roots or boots/sboots from combinations.

  4. RandikPixie says:

    Thanks for to be helpeding man…

    rn1 . Unfortunately, I don’t know what is "stock bit 1", so I can’t flash to it…
    rncould you kindly send a link to a stock bit 1 file to flash to ?

    rn2 . Can I make the rest of the steps Along without flashing to stock bit 1, meaning to flash only Along with the file that you send me and moving to the cmd ? (For a case I wont find the file).

    rn3 . As for the second, easier solution:

    rnI’v download z3x ver 28 2, but I still don’t have g 930 f in the list of models.
    rnDo you know what version of z3x have a G930F on the list?

    rnThanks everyone !

  5. julianz says:

    Hi,

    nI just figured out that by "stock bit 1", you meant I should flash to firmware and I did. It’s already the one I used before. After that I flashed Along with your combination file but after the flash I don’t get the factory binary mode screen, but only a black screen Along with "Samsung" logo stuck on it.
    nI flashed again Along with the combination file I had and I got the binary mode, and installed the hardware again. but I’m still at the same point Along with the FRP lock.

    nCan I use the command you gave me while using the combination file I have and looks to work fine?
    n(adb shell content insert –uri content://settings/secure –bind name:s:user_setup_complete –bind value:s:1) ?

  6. TechGuru says:

    You are on z3x forum so i supposed you have z3x, solution is easy, flash any stock rom and remove frp using micro uart cable, if you dont have z3x Along with activation pro then you could flash any firmware and remove frp using one of many manual methods avaliable, this could be a phone call, using BT hands-free, quick short cut, etc.

  7. baybee says:

    Update:

    nI couldn’t wait for an answer so I flashed Along with the combination file I had. after the flashing, the factory binary started – and then I typed the command. The "cmd" didn’t respond Along with an error or something so I guess the phone got the command, but the FRP is still there after installing the hardware…

    nwhat else can I do ?

    nAs for me being in a z3x forum, I’m sorry to bother you, I initially posted on S7 forum, but they moved it here. Anyway..Iv’e tried each of the methods you reminded Along with no luck. When searching the web, I found out I’m not the only one having troubles Along with the former old methods …

  8. Metaton says:

    Flashing and Installing a new hardware does not solve the problem. tried it many time, as well as all the manual methods yo mentioned.
    rnI initially posted on S7 forum, but they moved it here. Anyway..Iv’e tried each of the methods you reminded Along with no luck. When searching the web, I found out I’m not the only one having troubles Along with the former old methods …

    rnUpdate:

    rnI couldn’t wait for an answer so I flashed Along with the combination file I had. after the flashing, the factory binary started – and then I typed the command. The "cmd" didn’t respond Along with an error or something so I guess the phone got the command, but the FRP is still there after installing the hardware…

    rnwhat else can I do ?

  9. TechGuru says:

    My man:

    n1. FLash to stock QD2–> post here compilation you flashed, IT NEEDS TO BE QD2 IN ORDER TO AVOID BOOT-LOOPS.
    n2. Flash engroot I’ve shared.
    n3. User RESET FRP option on z3x, agree to the EULA bla bla and a message like this will appear–> "Waiting for adb device: OK"
    n3.1 A series of data of your phone and at the end something like this–> "For complete reset FRP, goto ‘Backup and reset’ and make ‘Factory data reset’ "

    nThere’s nothing to it, I’ve done it a hundred times on this model. kindly replay.

    nPD: Do not flash more entire combinations, you are wasting your time.

  10. qwerty305 says:
    Quote:
    rn Prsctt
    My man:

    rn1. FLash to stock QD2–> post here compilation you flashed, IT NEEDS TO BE QD2 IN ORDER TO AVOID BOOT-LOOPS.
    rn2. Flash engroot I’ve shared.
    rn3. User RESET FRP option on z3x, agree to the EULA bla bla and a message like this will appear–> "Waiting for adb device: OK"
    rn3.1 A series of data of your phone and at the end something like this–> "For complete reset FRP, goto ‘Backup and reset’ and make ‘Factory data reset’ "

    rnThere’s nothing to it, I’ve done it a hundred times on this model. kindly replay.

    rnPD: Do not flash more entire combinations, you are wasting your time.

    Hi, it’s me failing again… could you kindly clarify :

    rn1 . FLash to stock QD2– this "stock DQ2" file… is this the file you sheared? I thought it was another one, so I downloaded another file, but they’re named the same : "G930F_ENG_ROOT_B1_QD2_7 . 0" (the size is a little different).

    rnIf the meaning is not to your file, could link me to a good one kindly? (I don’t know if what I’ve downloaded is fine).

    rn2 . Flash engroot I’ve shared. – Meaning I should use 2 files totally?
    rnFirst the "stock DQ2", and then the file you sheared? because your file itself is already "ENG_ROOT_B1_QD2" so I’m a bit confused…

    rnI’ve tried to follow your steps anyway, to my best understanding:

    rnI Flashed to stock QD2 using Z3X- I used a file I downloaded named "G930F_ENG_ROOT_B1_QD2_7 . 0" – I got a bootloop. I pressed "Reset to flash", and while being on download mode, I flashed Along with the file you sheared. I got a bootloop again… what seems to be the problem ?

  11. Bo-Rens says:

    OK, flash to stock means a whole firmware. This firmware for ex–> G930FXXS1DQD2_G930FTMS1DQD2.zip

    nTo be honest, I can’t find any QD2 firmware for G930F but all you want to do is search. If you can’t find anything, try this site—> https://www.theandroidsoul.com/samsu…y-s7-firmware/ and flash something close to QD2 in security patch. For ex–>
    nG930FXXS1DQHM_G930FPNG1DQEF_PNG.zip

    nAfter that, flash the file I shared Along with you. That’s the engroot that allows you to enable ADB and later remove FRP. kindly post back Along with results.

  12. Phil says:

    Thank you very much man !
    nwhat finally worked:
    n1 . I flashed to a firmware Along withe this security patch G 9 3 0 F X X U 1 D Q B 7
    n2 . flashed to the file you shared – then when the phone botted – i entered the command line in cmd.
    n3 . I went to download mode again and flashed the latest hardware in my language…
    nwork’s like a charm- much thanks to everyone who tried to to be helped and a big one to you Prsctt.