Remove Google Account FRP on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge-2019

by Ricardo Gonzalez February 23, 2017 5 Comments

Remove Google Account FRP on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge-2019


Chances are that you landed on this page because you're searching for a safe method to remove a Google account on your newly bought Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge from Craigslist, LetGo, Offerup, or even the Facebook Market. If this is the case then you came to the right place.  

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Why Google supports "Google Account Reactivation Lock" on Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge?

The answer is to protect your information and prevent anyone from accessing your device in the event your smartphone is ever lost, stolen, sold or misplaced. Google Account Reactivation Lock, also known as Factory Reset Protection (FRP), is activated when the content of the device are restarted to its original factory settings and only someone with the Google account information can access the device.  

 

Ever bought Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge from your friend or a received used phone as a gift from a relative and they forgot to delete the Google account and now he forgot the information? Or have you ever bought a used cell phone from a online website like eBay, Craiglist, Facebook, OfferUp, Letgo or any other third party application and the device was reported lost/stolen or Google Locked? Now your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge requires the previous Google Account information and therefore you can't access the device.

If your response to any of these questions are yes then you're not alone. Thousands of people suffer purchase locked phones every day through third party apps. If you are trying to purchase a use phone from a third party we suggest you read this article we wrote on five helpful tips before purchasing a used phone from Craigslist. 

How to Remove Google Account FRP On Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge

Over the past years we have researched and experimented with different methods to safely bypass or remove a Google Activation Lock. A majority of these methods were either temporary fixes or became obsolete after a software update except one.

*I apologize in advance for the bad quality. Promise to bring you a better video in the near future*

In this YouTube video we show how we removed a Google Activation Lock on a T-Mobile LG Stylo 3. *The person you see in the glare of the monitor is Alfonso, one of the owners. Feel free to ask for him when you contact us. Contact information will be listed down below.   

Our Goal is to remove "Factory Reset Protection" (FRP Removal) or a Google Account Reactivation Lock on any Samsung Galaxy S7 edge or any other Android device from the comfort of your own home. This method should take no more than 15 minutes if you set an appointment. This FRP removal method works immediately without rooting or flashing your device. You can also bring it to one of our store locations in Santa Ana Main Place Mall or Orange California.

Learn more by clicking on the link below. We suggest to give us a call for faster response.

FRP Google Account Removal

FRP Google Account Removal Link 
Give us a call:
Invisible Armor Inc. 
Call (714) 553-7734

*Note this service doesn't remove any blacklist or balance associated with the device.   

There are many words to explain this problem but we guarantee that our Google Account Removal will be permanent on your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. 

http://www.invisiblearmorinc.com/pages/mobile-phone-unlocking

How safe about our service?

* There is no ROOT
* There won't affect hardware of your phone
* There isn't flashing any CUSTOM files
* Our services will remove the old google account Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge completely
* You can make hard-reset or flash stock-firmware. It never ask the old google account again

Other Resources and other methods to bypassing FRP Google Activation Lock

 Models that this method will work

This is a list of Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge models that we can remove the google account:
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
G935A (SM-G935A) AT&T
G935T (SM-G935T) T-Mobile
G935P (SM-G935P) Sprint
G935V (SM-G935V) Verizon
G935R4 (SM-G935R4) US Cellular
G935W8 (SM-G935W8) Canada Bell Rogers Telus Koodo Wind
G935W8 (SM-G935W8) Mexico Telcel
G935F (SM-G935F) UK France Ireland Russia Morroco
G935F (SM-G935F) Vodafone Orange Three O2
G935D (SM-G935D) SC-02H Japan Docomo
G935J (SM-G935J) SCV33 Japan AU KDDI
G935K (SM-G935K) Korea KT Telecom
G935L (SM-G935L) Korea LG U+
G935S (SM-G935S) Korea SK Telecom
G9350 (SM-G9350)

Samsung Galaxy S7
G930A (SM-G930A) AT&T
G930T (SM-G930T) T-Mobile
G930P (SM-G930P) Sprint
G930V (SM-G930V) Verizon
G930R4 (SM-G930R4) US Cellular
G930T1 (SM-G930T1) Metro PCS
G930AZ (SM-G930AZ) Cricket
G930PZ (SM-G930PZ) Virgin USA
G930W8 (SM-G930W8) Canada Bell Telus Koodo Wind
G930F (SM-G930F) Virgin Australia
G9308 (SM-G9308)
G9300 (SM-G9300)

Types of FRP We can Remove

 FRP Lock Remove 2017

FRP Lock Remove 2018 Guide

remove Android Nougat FRP Lock 7.0

Remove Android Nougat FRP Lock 7.1.1

FRP Lock Android Lollipop 5.1

FRP Unlock Marshmallow Android 6.0

FRP Unlock Android Oreo 8.0

FRP Unlock Android Oreo 8.1

FRP Unlock Android Oreo 8.1.1

Bypass FRP Lock

FRP Unlock Tools Download

Bypass Factory Reset Protection

Tool to Bypass Factory Reset Protection on Android Smartphones

Common FRP Samsung Remove Prices

Samsung Galaxy S5 

- Google removal $40

- Carrier unlock  $20-$50

- Imei Repair   $80

Samsung Galaxy S6 G920T 

- Google removal $40

- Carrier unlock  $20-$50

- Imei Repair   $80

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 

- Google removal $40

- Carrier unlock  $20-$50

- Imei Repair   $80

Samsung Galaxy S7

- Google removal $50

- Carrier unlock   $60

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 

- Google removal $50

- Carrier unlock   $60

LG G3

- Google Removal $40

- Carrier unlock $50

LG G4

- Google Removal $40

- Carrier unlock $50

LG Stylo 

- Google Removal $40

- Carrier unlock $50

LG K7

- Google Removal $40

- Carrier unlock $50

LG K10

- Google Removal $40

- Carrier unlock $50

Motorola Nexus 6

- Google Removal $50

We also work on other phone models 

Special Thanks

A special thanks to all our loyal customers that come from all over Orange and Los Angeles County. Thank you for the continued support and we look forward to serving you. 

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Ricardo Gonzalez
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5 Responses

Karen Ritchey
Karen Ritchey

August 08, 2018

I bought a samsung galaxy s7 edge on ebay. The seller did not remove google account prior to factory reset. Now I’m stuck with a great phone that I can’t set up because it’s asking for their information. Can you take that account off?

Jack Perry
Jack Perry

April 28, 2018

Hello I purchased a Samsung s7 on Craigslist and upon activating it it says to enter last email to this google account I tried reaching the person that sold it to me but they don’t answer I really like this phone and need your help in removing the google account. I live in Monterey county California how would you guys be able to fix my phone..

askia lelaind
askia lelaind

February 23, 2018

hi some one sold me a locked google account galaxy s7. can you bypass it. i live in ct. how would you guys be able to get phone to fix it?

Andrew Elder
Andrew Elder

August 27, 2017

Have an s7. Am owner. Have passwords. Keeps saying due to recent password change, wait 24 hours. Been 4 months, even if I wait a month before trying again. How much? Verizon model

kawsar farazi
kawsar farazi

June 15, 2017

haiiiii

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