samsung J4 plus frp Bypass Google Account android 8

Samsung J4 Plus Frp Bypass Android 8/9 Google Account
Hello, our dear followers, welcome to a new lesson on your website "Advanced Settings." In this lesson, we will discuss how to bypass a Google account on the Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus. The story began when I forgot the password for my Galaxy J4 +, and after formatting it, I was asked to verify my Google account. The problem is that I forgot the first Google account I registered on the phone.

Samsung J4 PLUS FRP Bypass/Unlock Without Pc

Afterward, I searched through a variety of websites and videos on YouTube and found a simple, ordinary, and legal solution. I advise our esteemed followers not to use this method for malicious or harmful purposes that could harm our society.

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samsung galaxy j4 plus frp bypass android 8/9
In the lesson below, you will find all the stages and steps that need to be followed to bypass the Google account on the Galaxy J4 Plus. Follow along with me until the end, step by step, and don't go too far.

Risks or warnings I should be aware of before bypassing my Google account

Before attempting to bypass your Google account on your Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus or any other device, it's crucial to be aware of the risks and potential consequences involved. Here are some important points to consider:
  1. Violation of Terms of Service: Bypassing the Google account verification process may go against the terms and conditions set by Google. If you violate these terms, your account and/or device could be subject to penalties, restrictions, or even permanent suspension.
  2. Security Risks: Google account verification (FRP) is a security feature designed to protect your device and personal data from unauthorized access. Bypassing this feature may leave your device vulnerable to potential security threats, such as unauthorized access to your personal information, data breaches, or malware attacks.
  3. Warranty Void: Modifying or tampering with the software or security features of your device, including bypassing FRP, may void your device warranty. If you encounter any hardware or software issues in the future, the manufacturer or service provider may refuse to provide support or repairs.
  4. Unintended Consequences: Bypassing FRP is a complex process, and there is no guarantee of success. Incorrectly following instructions or using unreliable methods can lead to unintended consequences, such as bricking your device or rendering it inoperable.
  5. Legal Implications: It's essential to consider the legal aspects of bypassing Google account verification. Depending on your jurisdiction, bypassing security measures on a device without proper authorization may be illegal. Engaging in unauthorized activities or using bypass methods for malicious purposes can result in legal consequences.
Considering these risks and warnings, it is strongly recommended to follow official procedures recommended by the device manufacturer or seek assistance from authorized service centers or support channels.

How to bypass Google Account on the Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus, as shown in the video below. The method is easy and simple. Follow the video from beginning to end.

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Other ways to reset password instead of bypassing Google account

If you have forgotten your Google account password and are unable to access your Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus, there are a few alternative methods you can try to reset your password. Here are some options:

  1. Account Recovery: Visit the Google Account Recovery page ( from a computer or another device. Follow the prompts and provide the necessary information to verify your identity. You may be asked to provide answers to security questions, enter a backup email address or phone number, or provide other details associated with your account. Once your identity is verified, you can reset your Google account password.
  2. Account Recovery through Phone: If you have linked a recovery phone number to your Google account, you can use it to reset your password. On the Google Account Recovery page, choose the option to receive a verification code via your recovery phone number. Enter the code, and then follow the instructions to reset your password.
  3. Account Recovery through Email: Similarly, if you have associated a recovery email address with your Google account, you can choose the option to receive a password reset link via email. Access the recovery email account, open the email from Google, and follow the instructions to reset your password.
  4. Two-Factor Authentication: If you have enabled two-factor authentication (2FA) for your Google account, you can use the alternative authentication method you set up, such as a security key, Authenticator app, or backup codes, to regain access to your account and reset your password.
  5. Contact Google Support: If none of the above methods work or you encounter any issues during the account recovery process, you can reach out to Google's support team directly for further assistance. They will guide you through the account recovery process and help you regain access to your Google account.
Remember to provide accurate and honest information during the account recovery process to increase your chances of success. It's important to keep your Google account information secure and regularly update your recovery options to avoid such situations in the future.

Risks or warnings I need to know before resetting my password

Before resetting your Google account password, it's important to be aware of the following risks and warnings:

Data Loss: Resetting your Google account password will not only affect your access to services like Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos but also impact other associated services, such as app backups, contacts, and synced data. Ensure you have a backup of any important information before proceeding with the password reset.
  1. Device Access: After resetting your Google account password, any devices that were previously signed in using the old password will be signed out. This means you may need to re-enter the new password on all your devices, including smartphones, tablets, and computers, to regain access to your Google services.
  2. Third-Party App Sign-In: Some third-party applications and services may require you to sign in again with your new Google account password after the reset. If you have used your Google account to sign in to various apps and services, be prepared to update the password within those applications as well.
  3. Account Recovery Challenges: If you encounter difficulties during the password reset process, such as not having access to the recovery email or phone number associated with your Google account, regaining access may be more challenging. It's important to keep your recovery options up to date to avoid such situations.
  4. Temporary Account Lockout: Google has security measures in place to protect your account from unauthorized access. If you make multiple unsuccessful attempts to reset your password or if there is suspicious activity, your account may be temporarily locked for security reasons. In such cases, you may need to follow additional steps or wait for a specified period before attempting the password reset again.
  5. Phishing and Scams: Be cautious of phishing attempts or scams related to password resets. Always ensure you are accessing the official Google Account Recovery page or following instructions from trusted sources. Avoid clicking on suspicious links or providing personal information to unverified sources.
It's important to exercise caution and follow the official account recovery procedures provided by Google to safeguard your account and personal information.

To regain access to your Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus, I suggest following these steps:
  1. Try to remember the Google account and password you used to set up the device initially. It's crucial to recover or reset the password associated with the Google account.
  2. If you're unable to recover the account, contact Google's support directly for assistance. They may require some information to verify your identity and help you regain access to your account.
  3. If all else fails, you can try performing a factory reset on your device. Please note that this will erase all data on your phone, including contacts, apps, and personal files.
To perform a factory reset, follow these steps:
  • a. Turn off your Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus.
  • b. Press and hold the Volume Up button, the Home button (if applicable), and the Power button simultaneously until the Samsung logo appears.
  • c. Release all buttons when the Samsung logo displays, and the Android system recovery menu appears.
  • d. Use the Volume Down button to navigate to the "Wipe data/factory reset" option and press the Power button to select it.
  • e. Navigate to and select "Yes" to confirm the reset.
  • f. Once the reset process is complete, select the "Reboot system now" option.
After the factory reset, your device will be restored to its original factory settings, and you'll need to set it up again. During the setup process, make sure to remember the Google account and password you use.

Remember, it's important to use your devices responsibly and within the guidelines set by the manufacturers and service providers.
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