How to bypass Google Account verification in Umi Super phone with Android 7?

Necessary Tools and Drivers

  1. Umi Drivers
  2. SP Flash Tool
  3. Scatter file download

Install Necessary Tools

  1. Install Umi USB Drivers for your windows system(32bit or 64bit).
  2. Unpack SP Flash Tool v5.1816.00.000 version.

Removing Google Account on the phone will erase all of your data.
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.
If want saves your data do a backup before start.
The battery should be at least 50% charged before the start.

Removing Google Account by using the USB cable

When you're ready you can follow this tutorial.

  1. Turn on SP Flash Tool with admin rights.Umi Super run spflash with admin rights
  2. Download scatter file for your phone, copy to SP Flash Tool directory, then select scatter file for your phone from SP Flash Tool directory choosing proper tab.Umi Super choose correct button to select scatter file
  3. Change tab from download to format.Umi Super change tab from download to formatUmi Super format tab
  4. Select manual format Flash, and tick a validation box.Umi Super select manual formatUmi Super check validation
  5. In region filed leave the "EMMC_USER".
  6. In Begin Address field write 0x1A88000 for your phone.Umi Super write correct start address
  7. In Format Lenght field write 0x100000 for your device.Umi Super write correct length
  8. Now press the Start button.Umi Super press start button
  9. Next Connect turned off the phone to USB cabledon't press any buttons.
  10. Google Account remove process will start and after a few seconds you will get success screen.Umi Super process startedUmi Super process completed
  11. Your phone is now Google Account protection free and you can use it with no problems. You can now disconnect USB cable from phone.
  12. Next turn on the phone into recovery mode and do wipe data/factory reset and wipe cache.
  13. Reboot phone to normal mode and close SP Flash Tool software, The End.

Congratulations FRP (Factory Reset Protection) is removed / erased.

By Wojtek Góralczyk on Aug 29, 2018