How To Bypass FRP On All Samsung Android 10 (No Secure Folder / No Smart Switch)

(All Samsung Android 10)Are you encountering an FRP (Factory Reset Protection) lock on your Samsung device running Android 10? Fret not! We’ve got you covered with simple steps to bypass FRP without relying on Secure Folder or Smart Switch. Let’s delve into the solution.

Understanding FRP (Factory Reset Protection):

FRP, a security feature introduced by Google, aims to protect your device and data in case of theft or unauthorized access. When FRP is activated, it requires you to enter the Google account credentials previously synced with the device after a factory reset. However, bypassing FRP is necessary in certain scenarios, such as forgotten credentials or acquiring a second-hand device.

Why Bypass FRP Without a Secure Folder/Smart Switch?

While Secure Folder and Smart Switch are useful tools, they may not always be accessible due to various reasons like software issues or forgotten passwords. Hence, it’s essential to have an alternative method to bypass FRP effectively.

Bypassing FRP on Samsung Android 10: Step-by-Step Guide

Follow these straightforward steps to bypass FRP on your Samsung device running Android 10 without depending on Secure Folder or Smart Switch:

  1. Power On Your Device: Start by turning on your Samsung device.
  2. Connect to Wi-Fi: Connect your device to a stable Wi-Fi network. Having an internet connection is crucial for the bypass process.
  3. Navigate to Google Account Screen: Proceed with the device setup until you reach the Google Account verification screen.
  4. Enter Any Random Text: Tap on the text field to enter your email. Instead, long-press to reveal the ‘Paste’ option.
  5. Paste a Link: Paste a link into the text field. This link should direct you to the web browser.
  6. Open Link in Browser: Tap on the link, and it will redirect you to the browser. From there, you can search for and download the FRP bypass APK.
  7. Install FRP Bypass APK: Once downloaded, install the FRP bypass APK on your device.
  8. Open Installed App: After installation, open the app, and it will give you access to the device settings.
  9. Reset Your Device: From the settings, perform a factory reset of your device.
  10. Complete Setup: Once the reset is done, set up your device again, and this time, you won’t be prompted to enter the Google account credentials.


Bypassing FRP on Samsung devices running Android 10 without relying on Secure Folder or Smart Switch is indeed possible with the right steps and tools. By following the outlined method, you can regain access to your device swiftly and efficiently, ensuring a hassle-free user experience. Remember to exercise caution and use this guide responsibly.

Hi bros, this video is shared by the channel Mohammad Ali. As bros know, currently Samsung has blocked the installation of the app from outside, and in the past, I have re-shared how to use Secure Folder or Smart Switch. The way in this article will not use the previous 2 methods anymore, so it can be applied to some machines that have fixed 2 methods.

If you follow the video, you need to prepare a BlueTooth headset to go inside and install the “Google Play Services Hidden Settings” app from the Galaxy Store. Those who don’t have a BlueTooth headset can use Easy Samsung FRP Tools to open the Youtube app, then go to the web and click on the Open Galaxy Store line to open the Galaxy Store app. Download the app and follow the after the video.

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