Samsung Galaxy A40 FRP Bypass Google Android 10

Do you want to bypass the Google Factory Reset Protection (FRP) that is preventing you from using your Samsung Galaxy A40 phone? Here is a complete step by step guide to Samsung Galaxy A40 FRP Bypass Google Android 10.

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 Samsung Galaxy A40 FRP Bypass Google Android 10 by following some simple steps.

Once you set up a Google Account in your Samsung Galaxy A40 mobile, the FRP is active, so after performing a Factory Data Reset, you’ll be required to log in to the GMAIL username and password that you set up on the device, So if your Samsung Galaxy A40 is stolen or lost, the device can’t be used. In that case, frpbypass.net will easily give an amazing way to the FRP unlocking process for your Samsung Galaxy A40 mobile.

THE FRPBYPASS.NET CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE  IF YOU’RE TRYING TO BYPASS FRP ON STOLEN PHONE.

The FRP bypass process is easy and free, you can use any compatible FRP Bypass APk and FRP tool with your device, which can help your bypass FRP on your Samsung Galaxy A40.

How to disable FRP:

If you want to disable the Factory Reset Protection in your Samsung Galaxy A40 device, Then you just need to delete your account. Follow These Steps: Open settings menu > Accounts > select the Gmail id > remove account.

How to Remove Samsung Galaxy A40 FRP Bypass

  • Power ON your Samsung Galaxy A40
  • Connect your Samsung mobile to your Wi-Fi.
  • Stay on the Wi-Fi network page.
  • Be quick, insert a sim card with a pin code click Next
  • Once the Pin code page appears remove the sim card then click on the power button.
  • Click fast on the Lock Icon

  • Then click on the Notification setting.

  • Click on See all & Scroll down Then tab on YouTube.

  • Click on In-app notification setting.

  • Tab on History & privacy.

 

  • Then click on YouTube Terms of Service.

  • A Google chrome page appears on the screen.
  • Go to this link and Download Google Account Manager Android 9.0 Pie.apk:
  • Install Google account manager and don’t open it
  • Go to this link and Download FRP_Bypassfrp.apk:
  • Download FRP_Bypassfrp.apk and click on Open.
  • Click on 3 dots upright & choose browser sign in.
  • Sign in with your Gmail account.

  • You have successfully Bypass FRP Samsung A40 Google Account Bypass Android 9.0 Pie.

How to Remove Samsung Galaxy A40 FRP Bypass

  • Power ON your Samsung Galaxy A40
  • Connect your Samsung mobile to your Wi-Fi.
  • Go back to the welcome page & At the same time insert a sim card with a pin code + swipe from the top several time until the Notification shows up.
  • Now, Enter the PIN code then tap OK + Quickly press several times on Notification setting.

  • Click on See all & Scroll down Then tab on YouTube.

  • Click on In-app notification setting.

  • Tab on History & privacy.

 

  • Then click on YouTube Terms of Service.

  • A Google chrome page appears on the screen.
  • Go to this link and Download the Apex Launcher apk:
  • Now install Apex Launcher & open it.
  • Setting > biometrics and security >  other security settings > device admin apps.
  • Turn OFF Find My Device.

  • Return to the Setting page & tab on APPS.
  • Tab on 3 Dots & choose Show system apps.

  • Google Play Services > Storage > Manage Storage > Delete All Data > Disable

  • Now go & install Pangu FRP bypass apk.
  • Return to Setting > Cloud & accounts > add account > Google

  • Sign in with your Gmail address & confirm.

  • Go back to Setting > apps > Disabled

  • Finally, Enable Google Play Services.

  • You have successfully removed FRP Samsung A40 — Remove Google Account SM-A405F.

Read more: Download SPD Frp Tool Unlock Spreadtrum Free

About admin

Hi, I am Youssef, a full-time Freelance Writer with ten years of experience. I'm Always at your service!

Leave a Comment