How to remove Google Account Protection on Samsung devices using Odin

Samsung included the factory
reset protection on most of their new devices. So after using factory reset from
recovery menu, setting up the phone requires you to enter the Google account used
previously on the phone which can be annoying especially if you bought the
phone from someone and just need to set it up as a new device.

This tutorial will show you how
to remove this FRP lock on Samsung devices using odin.

First of all you will need to
Download and install Samsung USB drivers from here

Download Odin from here

Download and extract FRP Reset
Pack from here

Inside the extracted folder,
you will see FRP of different devices.

Extract the one of the device
you want to remove FRP lock

Launch Odin

Click on PDA or AP button

Navigate to the folder
containing the FRP file of your device

Select the file (eg J700F_FRP_Reset)

Boot device into download mode
by Holding Volume Down + Home + Power button

Connect device to PC using USB

Odin will detect device and
display its COM PORT

Click Start button and wait for
process to complete (takes about 5secs)

Reboot Device

The Pack above contain FRP files
for the following phones below

If you get and error message with invalid md5, rename the file from tar.md5 to tar

G550FY, G920F, G920I,
G920T, G920T, G920T1, G920T1, G920w8, G925F,
G925i, G925I, G925T, G925w8, G928C, G928F, G928G, G928I, G928T, G928w8, J700F, N920C, N920G, N920G, N920I, N920T, N920w8

SBOOT_G920F, SBOOT_G920I, SBOOT_G920t, SBOOT_G920t1, SBOOT_G920t1,
SBOOT_G920w8, SBOOT_G925F, SBOOT_G925I, SBOOT_G925t, SBOOT_G925w8, SBOOT_G928C,
SBOOT_N920I, SBOOT_N920t, SBOOT_N920w8

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