Bypass Google Account Protection ZTE Blade A515

Bypass Google Protection in ZTE Blade A515

How to bypass Google Account Protection in ZTE Blade A515? How to remove Factory Reset Protection? How to active your phone when you forgot the Google Password in ZTE Blade A515? How to bypass FRP?

The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a new feature in some of the device with Android OS 5.0.1 or higher. Factory reset in that case is only possible with access to your Google Account and screen lock information. In this tutorial we explain you step by step how to bypass this protection.

Step by step instructions:

  1. At the very beginning from the Welcome panel choose appropriate language. ZTE Blade A515 Welcome panel
  2. Afterwards connect your device to one of the available wifi networks.ZTE Blade A515 WiFi networks
  3. Skip a couple of steps in order to get the Verifying your account view.ZTE Blade A515 Verifying your account
  4. From the Verifying your account panel active the keyboard to input the email. ZTE Blade A515 Verifying your account keyborad
  5. In the next step press and hold SwiftKey (the icon from the left-down corner of keyboard). ZTE Blade A515 SwiftKey
  6. As soon as SwiftKey Menu appears on the screen choose the SettingsZTE Blade A515 SwiftKey Menu
  7. From the list in front of you tap LanguagesZTE Blade A515 SwiftKey Languages
  8. Then hold down the Right Led button of your phone to minimize the screen. ZTE Blade A515 Minimazie Screen
  9. Tap on Google Searcher and select No Thanks to sign in Google Account.ZTE Blade A515 Google Sign In
  10. Afterwards type in the word Settings in searcher and choose it.ZTE Blade A515 Settings Searcher
  11. If Swift Key configurations pops up choose Got It and Not Now.ZTE Blade A515 SwiftKey Configurations
  12. In the next step tap Backup & Reset and select Factory data reset.ZTE Blade A515 Factory Reset
  13. Then choose Reset phone, and confirm the whole operation tapping Reset phone again.ZTE Blade A515 Erase Everything
  14. Good job! Wait to accomplish the process! This operation removes your Factory Restet Protection.

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