Google has added a security feature (Factory Reset Protection) to its Android OS. This feature is important and is intended to avoid misuse of the device during thefts. But at the same time, some users have got into trouble because of it, when they have forgotten their GMAIL or password credentials after the hard reset. So, in this tutorial, we have brought the latest method to Bypass FRP Google account Xperia XA2 easily by following some simple steps.
The process of bypassing FRP in the latest versions of Google’s Android is becoming challenging with every update and every new device.
Xperia XA2 Specifications:
Xperia XA2 released in January 2018. Xperia XA2 comes with 3 GB Ram and 32 GB ROM. The Xperia XA2 has a 5.20 inches IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, Xperia XA2 runs on Octa-core 2.2 GHz Qualcomm SDM630 Snapdragon 630 and powered by a 3300mAh Nonremovable battery. The Xperia XA2 comes with a 23-megapixel MAIN Camera and 8-megapixel on SELFIE Camera.
How to Bypass FRP Google account Xperia XA2:
Step 1: Turn ON your Sony Xperia XA2.
Step 2: Connect your Sony Xperia XA2 to your Wi-Fi.
Step 3: Go back to Welcome Screen & tab on Vision Setting & TAB TalkBack & turn it ON.
Step 4: Tab on help & feedback & choose Get started with Voice Access & click on the video to play it on youtube app
Step 5: A Google chrome page appears on the screen
Step 6: Go to http://bit.ly/2t7P2xQ Download & Install Apex Launcher & open it
Step 7: Go to http://bit.ly/2tjxhed & Download Google Account Manager.apk
Step 8: Then Go to http://bit.ly/2K0Hy6m & Download Bypass_FRP-1.0.apk
Step 9: In the phone menu go to Settings ==> Files
Step 10: Install Google Account Manager.apk, Remember to enable unknown sources
Step 11: Then Install Bypass_FRP-1.0.apk & open it.
Step 12: Final step tap on the three-dot button ==> Browse sign-in, & Sign in with your Gmail address & confirm.
Final Step: Reboot your Sony Xperia XA2.
That’s how you can Bypass FRP Google account Xperia XA2.
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