Android Factory Reset Protection (FRP) Solution With Test DPC App

How to remove FRP lock on a Android phone or tablet using a very simple way? Here we will discuss how to remove Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on an Android device. To reset FRP or to remove FRP lock you just need to install a App called "Test DPC" available on Play Store or you can direct download from any mirror link. It's so easy to remove FRP on Android using this Test DPC application and here we will describe step by step to use Test DPC app for FRP solution.
Using Test DPC app you can easily remove FRP lock on any Android device mobile phone and tablet. Basically it supports Motorola phones and Micromax, lava and on any other phone you can try this tool to solve FRP problem. Download the latest version of Test DPC or TestDPC all from the below link and install it on the device and follow the below steps to do a hard reset, OEM unlock and FRP unlock etc.

FRP Solution With Test DPC Application - FRP Unlock Using Test DPC APK

Download Test DPC APK:

Test DPC V4.0.0 APK Download Here : Mirror Link

Some of the Android phone not support the latest version of Test DPC, So please download the older version of Test DPC to work perfectly.

Test DPC V3.0.11 APK Download Here : Mirror Link
Test DPC V2.0.6 APK Download Here : Mirror Link

Download Test DPC Version 4.0.0, 3.0.11 and 2.0.6 from the above link and follow the below steps to know how to install and remove FRP lock on Android phones or Tablets.
How to Use Test DPC Application For FRP Solution on Android?

Steps:

1- Install test DPC
2- Open Test DPC Application.
3- Now Select "Set up managed profile" and Click Next
4- Then Click Finish
5- Now press the Power Key to lock the screen and press it again
6- Now drag the screen from the top side and Select Settings (Touch the Settings Icon)
7- Then go to About device and enable Developer Mode
8- Then Enable OEM Unlock and do a Factory reset of the device from the Settings Menu

Or

1- Select "Set up device owner"
2- Click Next then do Encrypt the phone ( Battery Should Be 90% or More)
3- After Encryption Switch off the phone and Switch on it again
4- Now Click on "SET UP" then Click "Set up phone" and then restart the phone (Press the "Set up phone" 3-4 times)
5- After switch on the phone, just drag the screen from the top side and select Settings.
6- Then go to About device and enable Developer Mode
7- Then Enable OEM Unlock and do a Factory reset of the device from the Settings Menu

To factory reset the device you need to enable Developer Mode, then enable OEM unlock, then do the factory reset.

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