Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra FRP Bypass Android 10

Google has added a security feature (Factory Reset Protection) to its Android OS. After the hard reset process, the OS asks you to enter the last Google account used in the phone before performing the factory reset to verify the identity of the real owner of the phone. 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 S20 Ultra FRP Bypass Android 10 easily by following some simple steps.

The FRP feature has been added to the phones that are available on the modern Android systems (Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo, Pie), The process of bypassing FRP in the latest versions of Google’s Android is becoming challenging with every phone and every system and every version has a specific way to bypass this problem.

How to disable FRP (factory reset protection):

in your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra device, The FRP feature will automatically Enable you as soon as you add a Google Account to your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. If you want to disable it, you just need to delete your account.


How to Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra FRP Bypass

    Power ON your Samsung S20 Ultra
  • Connect your Samsung mobile to your Wi-Fi.
  • Ine the google verification page click on
    • 3 dots ==>> Samsung Pass ==>> Continue.

  • Update ==>> Agree ==>> Update.

  • Wait until the Samsung galaxy store updating.
  • The Galaxy store will automatically close to apply the update

  • Click on 3 dots ==>> Samsung Pass ==>> Continue.

  • Update ==>> Agree ==>> Update.

  • View all ==>> dev.fido@samsung.com==>> SKIP.

  • Add an email address ==>> Outlouk, hotmail and live.
  • Sign in with your hotmail account.

  • Next ==>> Next ==>> Take to GMAIL.

  • 3 Dots ==>> Helps & feedback==>> search bar.

  • Search for Delete or Disable apps on Android
  • Click on Tap to go to Application setting.

  • Google ==>> Open ==>> Search Bar.

  • Settings ==>> Biometris and securety ==>> Other security settings.

  • Enable Pin Windows then click on Use screen lock type to Unpin.

  • Finally, set up a PIN code then restart your Samsung S20 Ultra.

  • You have successfully Remove FRP Samsung S20 Ultra -FRP Google Verification Android 10.

How to Reset Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra FRP Bypass

    Power ON your Samsung S20 Ultra
  • Connect your Samsung mobile to your Wi-Fi.
  • In the google verification page click on:
    • 3 Points  ==>> Search ==>> All ==>> Continue.

  • Type anything then click on the search icon ==>> hashtag # ==>> Deny.

  • 3 Points  ==>> Search Icon

  • Type anything then click on the search icon ==>> hashtag # ==>> Deny & don’t ask again.

  • 3 Points  ==>> Search Icon

  • Type anything then click on the search icon ==>> hashtag # ==>> Settings.

  • Permissions ==>> Search Icon ==>> Search for Google.

  • Open ==>> Search for Settings.

  • biometrics and security >>  other security settings >> device admin apps.

  • Turn OFF Find My Device.

  • Return to Setting >> APPS >> Google Play Services  >> Disable.

  • Go back to Permissions==>> Search Icon ==>> Search for Chrome ==>> Open.

  • Install Pangu FRP bypass and don’t open it.
  • Go back to Permissions==>> Search Icon ==>> Search for Account and backup.

  • Accounts ==>> Add account ==>> Google.
  • Sign in with your Gmail address & confirm.

  • Go back to Permissions==>> Search Icon ==>> Search for Apps.

  • APPS >> Google Play Services  >> Enable.

  • Finally! Don’t restart your device and go back until the Welcome page.

  • You have successfully Unlock FRP Samsung S20 Ultra SM-G988 U3 FRP Bypass Android 10.

How to unlock Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra FRP Bypass

    Power ON your Samsung S20 Ultra
  • Connect your Samsung mobile to your Wi-Fi.
  • Now Take a screenshot, Quick press on Power button + Volume Down at the same time, then choose Deny.
  • Take a screenshot Again, then Choose Deny & don’t ask again.
  • Take a screenshot one more time, select Settings then Permissions.

  • Click on Search Icon & search for Chrome then click on Open.

  • The Google Chrome Welcome page is open.
  • Go to this link and Download the Apex Launcher app:

  • Now install Apex Launcher & open it.

  • Setting ==> Lock screen.

  • Fingerprints

  • Click on Continue.

  • Choose a PIN code.

  • Set a Pin code then click on Continue.

  • Finally, Restart your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • You have successfully Bypass FRP Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Android 10 Gmail Lock.

How to Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra FRP Bypass:

Samsung S20 Ultra Combination ROM:

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Step 1: Enter Your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra to Download Mode:

  • Power OFF your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
  • Press & hold Together Volume Down ButtonPower Button.
  • Release all keys Once the WARNING displayed.
  • Then press the Volume up Key to Continue.

Step 2: Run the Odin Program.

Step 3: Click on “AP” and import the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Combination ROM.

Step 4: Connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Device to your Laptop.

Step 5: Click Start to begin the installation.

Step 6: Unplug your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra from Laptop once the PASS message Displayed.

Step 7: Power ON your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

  • SettingsAbout phone.
  • Scroll & Find build number.
  • press 7 times on build number.
  • Developers Options appeared in the previous screen.
  • Press & check USB Debugging.

Final Step: Install a new stock ROM for your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.

That’s how you can Bypass FRP Samsung S20 Ultra via Combination ROM.

Read more: Bypass FRP Google account Samsung A51 via Combination ROM

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