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Bypass FRP on Samsung with SamFw FRP Removal Tool

Smartphones have become like a personal vault where we store our important and sensitive data. While we keep this vault secured with a pattern, PIN, face, or fingerprint lock. On top of these, there is an extra layer of security called FRP (Firmware Reset Protection). FRP is triggered when someone makes several failed attempts to unlock the phone or perform a factory reset in an untrusted environment. Once the FRP lock mode is turned on, you won’t be able to access your phone unless you enter your Google account credentials. If you own a Samsung phone or tablet and are stuck with an FRP-locked device, you can try an FRP lock removal tool. Using SamFw FRP Tool, you can remove and bypass the FRP lock on Samsung devices for free.

What is Factory Reset Protection (FRP)?

FRP is a built-in security feature in Android phones and tablets. The feature is automatically enabled when it senses unauthorized attempts to unlock the device. Also, if someone tries to do a factory data reset without removing the Google account first, FRP will come into play and will not let you access the device to protect its data. If you are the genuine owner of an Android phone or tablet, you can easily bypass FRP using your Google account galaxy frp lock screen

If you don’t remember your Google account password but remember the Gmail address you used to sign in on your Samsung device, you can reset your password by going to However, if you don’t have any clue about your Google account credentials, you can visit the Samsung service center with the purchase receipt to help you get rid of FRP.

Some people might think that performing a factory data reset might remove the FRP lock. However, even a factory reset via recovery won’t help as you’ll still need to enter your Google account credentials.

An unauthorized attempt has been made to reset your device to factory default settings. Connect to a Wi-Fi or mobile network to verify your identity.

In such a situation you got only 2 options left:

  • Enter the correct Google account login details
  • Use an FRP recovery tool like SamFw FRP Tool

A while ago, I published a tutorial on removing FRP Lock with combination firmware. However, that method which involved flashing combination files using the Samsung Odin tool worked only on old Android versions. SamFw FRP Tool lets you bypass FRP lock on a much wider range of Samsung Galaxy devices. Let’s talk about this amazing FRP removal tool for Samsung. So, stop looking for an FRP bypass code or a magical APK that will let you bypass FRP and try the SamFw FRP removal tool.

Features of SamFw FRP Tool

SamFw FRP Tool is a versatile utility for Windows. Do not get misled by the word “FRP” in its name because the tool offers a lot of other features as well. By switching to the different modes in the SamFw FRP Tool, you can perform several complicated tasks easily simply by connecting your Samsung phone to your Windows PC. Below is a list of its functions and features.

  • Remove Firmware Reset Protection
  • Disable Knox security
  • Perform a factory reset
  • Remove the Samsung account from the device
  • Disable and enable the OTA update
  • Get a list of supported CSCs and change CSC on Samsung devices
  • Install APK and app packages
  • Remove bloatware
  • Remove screen lock on rooted phones
  • Exit the Download mode on Samsung devices
  • Flash BL, AP, CP, and CSC binaries in Odin mode
  • Install Samsung USB drivers on your PC
  • Install Visual C++ 2015
  • Get info about the battery
  • Get detailed device information (i.e. model, CSC, IMEI, serial number, firmware version, lock status, etc.)
  • Power off device
  • Reboot the phone into the download mode, recovery mode, binary mode, or system

The above list of functions is enough to make it clear how useful SamFw FRP Tool can be to a Samsung Galaxy device user. Anyway, since this article intends to focus on the FRP bypassing and removal feature of the tool, we’ll stick to that only.

Note: SamFw FRP Tool has been developed by Tungtata from

The above list of functions is enough to make it clear how useful SamFw FRP Tool can be to a Samsung Galaxy device user. Anyway, since this article intends to focus on the FRP bypassing and removal feature of the tool, we’ll stick to that only.

Steps to Bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy Devices

There are many FRP lock removal tools out there that claim to bypass FRP lock on Samsung devices. Some of these tools require a purchase while others demand money to do the job. The best thing about the SamFw FRP Tool is it is free and works on most Samsung Galaxy phones and tablet devices. Moreover, it’s easy to use and doesn’t require any expertise on the part of the user. Below are the simple steps that you need to follow to remove the FRP lock from your Samsung phone.

  1. Download the latest SamFw FRP Bypass Tool: | Mediafire Mirror
  2. Unzip the downloaded file, open the extracted folder, and double-click SamFwFRPTool.exe to launch the program.
  3. It’s time to connect your Samsung phone to the PC using a USB cable.
  4. Open the Emergency Dialer on your device and dial *#0*# Samsung secret code to open the Hardware Test galaxy hardware test mode
  5. Now, click on the Remove FRP button in the SamFw FRP Tool.samfw frp removal tool allow usb debugging prompt
  6. Keep an eye on your Samsung phone’s screen as you’ll be prompted to Allow USB debugging. When prompted, tap on the Allow option.allow usb debugging samsung galaxy s22
  7. Wait patiently and let the SamFw FRP Removal Tool do its job.frp bypass process samfw tool
  8. When the FRP lock is removed from your Samsung Galaxy phone, it will reboot.

Quick Note: If you get the ‘Removing… FAIL‘ error in SamFw while trying to remove the FRP lock on your Samsung phone, download the ‘frp.bin file‘, copy it to ‘C:\SamFwTool\data‘, and try again.

With the hope that you were able to bypass the FRP lock on your Samsung phone or tablet, it’s time to wind up this tutorial. If you have any queries regarding the steps to use the SamFW FRP tool, please leave a comment below.

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9 thoughts on “Bypass FRP on Samsung with SamFw FRP Removal Tool”

  1. Hello Rakesh!

    Congratulations to all your great articles. I really appreciate them.

    May I write to you about a problem I am facing. I found some Samsung A51’s in the rubbish bin with broken LCD’s. I changed the LCD’s and was hoping to be able to use them thereafter.

    As it turns out, these devices all have Intune installed on them. That is an administrator tool, that blocks numerous features, including the downloading of many popular apps. Intune can not be unistalled and it is also blocking features such as UBS Debugging.

    To circumvent this I have tried soft and hard factory re-sets and to re-flash the firmware which appeared to be successful, yet this Intune remains and the related blocks as well. I used CSC and not Home CSC.

    I used the same firmware which was already on the mobiles, i.e. A515FXXU5EUJ4 because the Friya automatic mode did not give me any alternative when entering A515F and a random CSC (it says no firmware available).

    Any ideas how this could be fixed / re-solved? Thank you.


    1. If you have any management software on your Android device and try to remove it, you have likely found that both Force Stop and Uninstall options are greyed out. The solution is to set that program to not be an “administrator”, then uninstall it.

      Try the following steps and let me know.

      1. Launch ‘Settings’ then ‘Lockscreen and Security’.
      2. Click ‘Other Security Settings > Device Administrators’.
      4. Slide the ‘Company Portal’ slider to off (or whatever management/security software you are having problems uninstalling).
      5. Click ‘Deactivate’.
      6. Click ‘OK’ on the warning.
      7. Go back to ‘Settings’ and click ‘Apps’.
      8. Click ‘Application Manager’.
      9. Click ‘Company Portal’ (or whatever management/security software you are having problems uninstalling).
      10. Click ‘Force Stop’, then ‘Clear Data’, then ‘Uninstall’.

  2. Hi rakesh im trying frp removal on my s21 fe but there is no option of emergency dialer on start screen. Android 13. What to do thanks

  3. Please help.
    Before coming across your blog I had already found the FRP program remover but no matter what I try it tells me there is no “ADB Connection”
    So what I did was download and install a ADB connection driver but it still did not work.

    I even tried getting ADB directly into my C: folder and that didn’t work either.

    My device is a Samsung Galaxy S21 5G (released 2021)

    1. Hi,

      SamFW is safe to use and has no malware. Antivirus programs tend to flag certain apps as malware because they are developed by small developers and lack standard certificates. I would suggest you to give it a try. Still, if you don’t want, no one is forcing you. 🙂

  4. I don’t understand why it seems like I’m the only person who has this problem okay but my a037u (a03s) won’t respond to *#0*# at all. For some reason no matter what I do I can’t get it to offer USB debugging. If you get into options it says that it’s available, but when you try to pull it up on the computer it says that you need to restart the computer but you can restart the computer a million times and it won’t do anything I can’t get into it. All of these FRP bypass things that I can find want me to do one of those two things and it won’t do either one what do I do?

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