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The incorrect FRP Remove use

This document created at Sep 2, 2021, 9:59:23 AM and modified at Apr 4, 2024, 2:59:19 PM.

In the following article, we will detail in which situations you shouldn't use the FRP reset.

Previously we had a few documentations about the Factory Reset Protection (FRP). Including the purpose of the lock and even about the removal of it but for just a quick reminder, let us write it again: 

Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security method that was designed to make sure someone can't just wipe and factory reset your phone if you've lost it or it was stolen. The flip side of the coin is that it can become a problem if you sell, trade, or even give away a phone without factory resetting it. 

However, we have to be cautious as you can meet various locks on the phones, which ones are not related to the Factory Reset Protection. 

So in which cases you should NOT use the FRP reset service?

1. MDM Lock:

  • Mobile device management (MDM) is software that allows IT, administrators, to control, secure, and enforce policies on smartphones, tablets, and other endpoints. MDM is a core component of enterprise mobility management (EMM), which also includes mobile application management, identity and access management, and enterprise file sync and share. The intent of MDM is to optimize the functionality and security of mobile devices within the enterprise while simultaneously protecting the corporate network.

2. Pattern Lock: 

  • Pattern Lock is a security measure that protects devices, such as mobile phones or tablets, and which is preferred by many to PIN codes or text passwords. In order to access a device's functions and content, users must first draw a pattern on an on-screen grid of dots. If this matches the pattern set by the owner then the device can be used. However, users only have five attempts to get the pattern right before the device becomes locked.

3. Samsung Reactivation lock:

  • Samsung Reactivation Lock is a function designed to protect your device if it is lost or stolen. The Reactivation Lock will keep the device from being used unless the appropriate Samsung Account Credentials are entered after a Factory Data Reset. 


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