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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by fugee279, Sep 16, 2019.

  1. fugee279

    fugee279 Newbie
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    I've been trying to frp bypass my Blu Grand M2's but following along from the videos I watched didn't help Some of the videos even had links to malware Does anyone know where I can find proper instructions and files


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    Post #6 by ocnbrze, Sep 16, 2019 (1 points)

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  3. Dannydet

    Dannydet Extreme Android User

    Nope. Not on our forums.
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  4. fugee279

    fugee279 Newbie
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    Why not? It's my phone Doesn't matter that it was previously owned as far as I'm concerned I bought it on ebay
  5. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    Well I can't help you, and I don't know anyone else who can. But i expect the information you found out there on the interwebs is either out of date, or is just BS. Blu could probably reset and clear FRP.
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  6. fugee279

    fugee279 Newbie
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    When you say not on our forums who are you speaking for?
  7. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    it is frowned upon here to discuss how to bypass frp. you maybe right that this is your phone. however, we do not know this and have no way to verify that. now i'm not saying that you are lying or anything....it is just how it is around here.

    even if we could discuss it, most here probably would not know how to any way. there is a lot of crap out there that says they could bypass frp, but as you are finding out that is what most are.....crap.

    i think the best thing for you is to try doing a forget password with google and see if changing the password will work. if not you probably can take your phone in to your carrier and as long as you show proof of ownership, they might be able to reset the phone for you.
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  8. fugee279

    fugee279 Newbie
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    It's not for google to conjure up thoughts of stolen phones If a phone's been reset it's none of their business Google has service features for owners to reset their phones if lost or stolen and in that way can determine if a request came from the phone's owner If no such request was made there's no reason to assume the device to be stolen except that someone who bought a used phone is going to be very frustrated and without the use of the phone until they bypass frp Also, people trade in broken phones at cell phone retail stores bearing the names of the big four and selling their plans who then sell the broken phones and they end up on ebay
  9. MoodyBlues

    MoodyBlues Compassion is cool!
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    Then contact the seller and explain that you're locked out and need the phone's login credentials.

    When...er...if that fails, contact eBay, explain that the seller sold you a useless phone, and why. They should take it from there.
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  10. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    tbh i feel better about this feature. if i left my phone lying around someone could find it and factory reset it and then use it as their own with their own acct. if you reset your phone, it is your responsibility to know your own acct info. even if it was bought used, as long as it was factory reset and then you sign in with your own acct, it is still your responsibility to know you acct info. its not google's fault if you forgot and can't log in. for me this is a very welcome security.

    you can always go onto your pc and do a forget password with google and change the password which in turn should be able to log into your phone to unlock frp.
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