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MotoReaper FRP Removal Tool

By Phonlab Team

MotoReaper is a tool created by RootJunky and GeoSn0w. MotoReaper can be used to removal FRP from Motorola devices and has been tested on Android versions 5.1, 6.0, and 7.0. It is very likely that it will even work on Android 7.1 but time will tell on that version. Please report back if it does work on your Android 7.1 Motorola device. The best part is that it is universal when it comes to Motorola device and will work on 100% of phones on these Android versions. This tool is very easy to use with just a couple buttons and some simple steps to follow. At this point Phonlab has only release MotoReaper to it’s students so if you want to use it on your Motorola device then head over to Phonlab and enroll now.

Directions

  1. Wipe data factory reset the Motorola device. See VIDEO
  2. Reboot and wait for the phone to fully boot up to the start screen.
  3. Do not connect to WiFi just leave the device on the start screen.
  4. Run the tool and follow the steps as the tool directs you.

 

Downloads

Enroll Now and get access to this tool and many other tools to remove FRP.

If you are looking for Motorola Firmware you should also check out Androidfilehost.com where you can find lots of great new firmware.

8 Responses

  1. J. says:

    I am seriously considering enrolling for your training. I dont work on phones for a living but am determined to better myself with education. I hope your courses and live instructors can answer my in-depth questions. Thanks for the opportunity to succeed

  2. My family all the time say that I am wasting my time here at net, but I know I am getting familiarity every day by reading such fastidious articles.

  3. Warner Tody says:

    This site is absolutely fabulous!

  4. Luan Marques says:

    Hi, my name is Luan and I need some help on my device. I have trying to remove the account google (FRP) a weeks ago. No results. I did download of the MotoReaper but not recognized my cellphone. Is a Motorola Moto G4 XT1626.

    • rootjunky says:

      Are you a member of phonlab Smartphone tech course. if so please ask for help in the forums and we would be glad to help out 😉

  5. Keep up the great work guyz.

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