Samsung Galaxy A32 FRP Bypass Android 12 Without PC

This is a step-by-step guide on FRP bypass Google account on the Samsung Galaxy A32 running the latest Android 12 version. You would probably have come across a number of methods to bypass a Google account and that may or may not have worked for you.

It is because Android security patch updates are fixing the loopholes that were previously used to bypass FRP on Samsung A32 running the previous Android version. The bypass method even shared here may or may not work in the future because it might be fixed in the next Android update for your Samsung A32.

Samsung A32 Google Account Bypass 2022

This is a 100% working guide if your Samsung Galaxy A32 is running Android 12. We have personally tested this bypass method and it is confirmed to work.

The Samsung Galaxy A32 ( SM-A325F, SM-A325F/DS, SM-A325M, SM-A325N) is a best-selling mid ranger from Samsung that was released on 2021, February 25,with Android 11 and currently upgradable to Android 12, One UI 4.1. It sports a quad-camera setup and includes 6GB of RAM with Mediatek MT6769V/CU Helio G80 (12 nm) processor. It has a 5000mAh battery with a good battery life.

If your Galaxy A32 is FRP locked after a hard reset, it will ask for a Google account with a similar screen as given above with the following message.

In this case, if you remember the Google account, pattern, or pin lock, then you can easily bypass it. Otherwise, follow the guide below to unlock your phone. Now back to the real method that has a 90% chance of getting your phone unlocked. Follow the step-by-step instructions to bypass the FRP lock.

Without further wasting your time, let’s move on to the process of removing your Google account from your phone.

Hold the volume up and down buttons for a few seconds to turn on Talk Back.

Tap on close and again press the Volume up and Down buttons for 5 seconds. when the Following screen open draw an inverted L on the screen.

Say Google assistant and the assistant will open now tap on the keyboard button in the bottom. Type ” Open Youtube” and tap to launch YouTube app.

Tap on the profile icon in the right corner of the top of the screen. Tap on the Settings > About > Google privacy policy.

After tapping on the Privacy policy, it will launch Chrome browser. In the URL bar type “https://www.progeeksblog.com/bypass/” and download all these files.

  • Package Disabler Pro Apk
  • Notification Bar
  • File Shortcut (Requires Samsung account when you download from Galaxy Store)
  • Xshare App
  • OS14 Launcher (Requires Samsung account when you download from Galaxy Store)

When you install all these apps open the OS14 Launcher app on your device.

Now open Go to Settings > Files and media > Find Xshare app and tap on it and select “Allow management of all files” option.

You have also downloaded the Files apps so open it and install Bar-Settings.apk.

After the installation, tap Open to launch the app, it will ask for permissions so tap on it and it will go to Accessbility settings again. Tap on Installed apps and you’ll get the following screen, again tap on Notification Bar.

Finally make sure you enable it as shown below.

Go back to download folder and install the last app which is Package Disabler Pro.

Go to settings go to Permission Manager > Files and media > Show system (tap on 3 dots to get this option) > and then find Package Disabler Pro and give it permission “Allow management of all files” just like we did for Bar Settings.

Finally, almost there! Go to Home Screen slide down notification panel and disconnect WiFi. Open Package Disabler Pro app. Agree the license and Enable it then tap on Activate.

When the Knox license activation screen appears slide down the notification panel and connect WiFi then tap on agree.

When the package disabler pro is open search for Android setup and tap on it then tap on disable and also tap on clear data.

Go back and search for Samsung setup wizard and tap on clear data.

Go on the back button and select Samsung setup wizard as a home app.

Proceed to setup your phone.

Congratulation! The Google Account on your Samsung Galaxy A32 is successfully bypassed. Do not forget to let me know in the comment section if you’ve got any issues. If the above method is not working and your phone is updated to lastest security then try the below instructions.

Bypass FRP using FRP Tool with PC

Connect your phone to PC. Make sure to install the latest Samsung USB drivers on your computer.

On the setup screen, tap on Emergency dialer and dial the following code ” *#0*# “.

After entering the Test mode, connect your phone to PC.

Download the SamFw FRP tool from ” Download 10 FREE FRP Bypass ToolsExtract and open it. Click on Remove FRP ( Aug 2022 security).

After a while your Phone will ask for Allow Debugging so tap on always allow for this device and then tap on Allow.

Your Phone will Automatically Restart after some time will go to Home screen.

Congratulations!! The FRP lock on your Phone is successfully bypassed. Let me know in the comment section if you got an issue.

Conclusion

Samsung releases security patch level updates for their phones each month that fixes the loopholes that we have just used to bypass Google account. If you’re reading this guide and it does not work and you don’t get similar options on your device it means Samsung has already patched this method and you need to find a different solution. We always try to update our posts with latest methods.

We also provide FRP unlock service for Samsung phones & tablets that can unlock any Samsung model and even Android 13 security. Our remote unlock service requires Windows PC to unlock your phone. You can learn more about Google FRP removal service here. We have also written a step-by-step guide for Galaxy A22 FRP Bypass without PC.

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Taufeeq Khan
 

An expert in mobile device repair who is also proficient in the iOS and Android platforms. Since 2016, I have been employed, and I like smartphones so much that I frequently upgrade to new models when they are released.

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