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With each passing year, Android devices get more secure, and the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core is no different. It contains a feature called Factory Reset Protection Lock, or FRP lock, which prohibits users from using their devices after a reset. Basically, the smartphone will not be unlocked unless users sign in using the Google account... Read more >>
/ / by J. Robertson Macaulay D. Young
FRP or Factory Reset Protection is a feature that has been integrated into Android phones running the Lollipop OS and greater. It protects your phone from unwanted access in case it gets lost or stolen. However, it can sometimes backfire and lock owners out of their devices instead. In this guide, we’ll show you how... Read more >>
/ / by J. Robertson Macaulay D. Young
Google is known to make no compromises on Android security. On Android 8, Google added multiple security features like the Google account lock. This account lock requires you to type in your login credentials before accessing the device. If you forget your login credentials, the only way to gain access to your device is by... Read more >>
/ / by J. Robertson Macaulay D. Young
Android devices are getting more and more secure as time goes by, and the Samsung Galaxy A50 is no exception to this. It has the Factory Reset Protection Lock feature, better known as the FRP lock, which prevents people from using their devices after a reset. The device will not be unlocked unless they log... Read more >>
/ / by J. Robertson Macaulay D. Young
With the introduction of the Factory Reset Protection (FRP) feature, Android devices, including the Samsung M11, have become more secure from unauthorized access. Once this security feature is activated, it provides an extra layer of protection to your phone after a factory data reset. As a result, you will not be able to unlock your... Read more >>
/ / by J. Robertson Macaulay D. Young