Samsung Galaxy S10 & S10 Plus FRP Bypass Android 11

We have written this dedicated guide on how to bypass Frp on the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. The Samsung Galaxy S10 was released in 2019 with Android 9.0 (Pie) but is updated to Android 11 (One UI 3.1) in 2022 with the latest security update for Factory Reset Protection and other minor bug fixes, which has further improved the security, ultimately making it harder to bypass Google lock.

Anyway, there are still some good bypass methods that we’ll try in the following step-by-step guide.

You can use this guide for all models of the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, including:

  • SM-G973F/DS (Global)
  • SM-G973U (USA)
  • SM-G973W (Canada)
  • SM-G9730 (China)
  • SM-G975F/DS
  • SM-G975U
  • SM-G975W

Even though it was released with Android 9.0 due to recent updates by Samsung, most of the Galaxy S10 models listed above are either running Android 10 or Android 11’s latest security.

Android continuously releases security patch level updates each month. The method given in this guide may or may not work for you. If you fail with these methods, then the easiest method is to use our premium Google account removal service that can UNLOCK ANY SAMSUNG phone or tablet within 5-10 minutes, but that is done with a Windows computer.

Bypass Google Account Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus Android 11

This device was reset.” To continue, sign in with a Google account that was previously synced on this device Galaxy S10 Plus.

If your phone is running Android 11 One UI 3.1 then you need to follow the below steps to remove Google account from your S10. This method involves using the One-click method with SamFW FRP Tool 3.0 Test mode to bypass FRP lock and add a new Google account to your device.

  1. Download SamFW FRP Tool on your computer.
  2. Also make sure you’ve installed Samsung USB drivers on your PC. Download latest drivers from here.
  3. Once you’ve downloaded the required files, connect your phone to PC and make sure it is ON.
  4. Make sure your phone is on the set up screen.
  5. Run SamFW FRP tool and choose the Test Mode tab and click on Remove FRP as shown in the screenshot below:
  6. It will read your phone info and ask you to enable test mode on your phone from Emergency dialer on the welcome screen.

    Go to emergency dialer enter *#0*#, click OK when done

  7. After dialing the secret code, you’ll get this screen on your Galaxy S10 Plus:
  8. Once you get to the test mode, click OK in the SamFW tool.
  9. It will run its magic algorithm and a few seconds later your phone will ask you to “Allow USB debugging”, check on “always allow for this computer” and tap OK.
  10. After around 20 seconds, you’ll get a message FRP Remove Successfully. During this process your phone may restart.
  11. That’s how you can easily remove FRP on the Galaxy S10 running Android 11.

Bypass Google Lock S10/ S10 Plus Android 9 (SIM PIN Method)

In case your S10 is running Android 9.0, here are the bypass methods you can follow to get rid of your Google-locked account. Please note that the video tutorial below is using a Galaxy C5 but the procedure and steps can be applied on your Galaxy S10 as well. Still, if you’ve any questions, you can ask in the comment section.

I hope by the end of the guide, you’ve successfully bypassed the Google account on your Galaxy S9 Plus. If you’re still not able to bypass, you can use our live chat support here to Remove FRP online using our remote unlock service for all Samsung phones.

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Imran Aftab
 

Hello, I'm Imran Aftab, a tech enthusiast using Android, iOS, and Windows. I have been writing on tech since 2013, starting with ohguideme, then Androidcentral. I have written and published several guides and tutorials on how to root Android, flash custom ROM, recovery, and jailbreak iPhone, and have written several guides on how to bypass FRP. I also worked in a phone repair shop, so I have pretty good experience with mobile software and troubleshooting. So, all the guides you see here have been tested and confirmed to work.

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