Motorola MotoReaper V5.0 FRP removal on the newest security patch levels
MotoReaper is a tool created by RootJunky and GeoSn0w. MotoReaper can be used to removal FRP from Motorola devices and has been tested on Android versions 5.1, 6.0, and 7.0. It is very likely that it will even work on Android 7.1 but time will tell on that version. Please report back if it does work on your Android 7.1 Motorola device. The best part is that MotoReaper is universal when it comes to Motorola device and will work on 100% of phones on these Android versions. This tool is very easy to use with just a couple buttons and some simple steps to follow. At this point Phonlab has only release MotoReaper to it’s students so if you want to use it on your Motorola device then head over to Phonlab and enroll now.
If you are looking for Motorola Firmware you should also check out Androidfilehost.com where you can find lots of great new firmware.
I have been working with Phonlab for many months now and we decided to bring everyone a FREE course on Chromebooks to help techs and repair shops trouble shoot and fix customer devices. If you want to get access to this FREE course just head over to Phonlab.Teachable.com and enroll. Once you enroll in the Chromebook Support course you will have access to all the lessons. We hope you enjoy them and if you find them handy you may want to check out Phonlab E-Campus where we cover smartphone repairs and security. Phonlab has just added our own tool called MotoReaper and it can remove FRP factory reset protection lock on any Motorola device on the market today. It is an amazing tool and all students at Phonlab E-campus get access to this tool. We hope to see you there so join us and be the future of mobile today.
Here are the steps to remove factory reset protection / Google previously synced account lock from your Samsung device.
NOTE: If you dont have a SDcard and are getting the sparse ERROR in es file explorer then you can buy a OTG flash drive like this one and load the FRPbypass.apk to it from your computer then plug it into the phone. once plugged in navigate to it in es file explorer and install the frp bypass app that way. You can also put this address into your ES file Explorer app https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24665542585483676
Let me explain the Samsung button below that i put on this site. Many of you have seen my FRP Bypass videos, one of these video shows off a method to launch the Samsung App Store. Well i was a little worried that samsung might remove the button from there site. So I looked through the site code and found the deep link that launchers the samsung app store on your phone and put that picture and link here for anyone that might need it. 🙂
If you find any really cool trick on bypassing FRP please comment below I would love to here what you figured out.
What is factory reset protection (FRP) on Google Android devices and what does it do? FRP works like this, if your device is lost, stolen, or wiped, only someone with your Google account or screen lock information can use the device. In concept this is a great idea and should keep criminals from using your phone after they steal it and maybe even keep them from stealing your device in the first place.
There can be many good legal reasons that you may need to bypass FRP on your device so that you can use it again. unless someone shows you how to bypass FRP you dont have many options to get your device working again unless you can get a oem to repair it for you which isnt likely unless the device is new. FRP should be a feature that is turned on my a owner and only with many many warnings that must be read before the device owner can turn it on to protect them from any of these problems. Google please correct this and make FRP optional.
NOTE FRP is turned on once you add your Google account to the device and setup a screen lock thats it.
Knowing about all these problems I have been working on some solutions for all of you with devices you just cant use. Enjoy.