Phonlab FRP App

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Phonlab FRP App

Phonlab FRP App

Phonlab has a new app called Phonlab FRP.apk. This new app by Phonlab can remove factory reset protection on Android version 7.0 through 8.1. Yes you heard that right and the best part is that it also works on the latest security patches as well. At the time of this post we have tested this new app on security patches from Oct 2017 through Feb 2018. This is great news and means you can now fix your Pixel 2 and essential phones without any problems along with tons and tons of other devices.

If this app sounds like its just what you have been looking for then you need to enroll in our SmartPhone Tech Course. Once enrolled you will have access to the Phonlab FRP app and many more tools like MotoReaper.

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15 Responses

  1. nick says:

    once you are enrolled you get access to it but what about when your subscription expires are you still able to use the app and others like motoreaper

  2. Robbie Baldwin says:

    Not sure why anyone would drop their subscription. ONE repair (FRP, etc) a month more that pays for it. No other place gives you the sheer amount of knowledge this one does.

  3. LP says:

    i cant find the instructions on how to use the new frp app. yes im enrolled

  4. Donald Williams says:

    I am wondering if this will work for the Motorola Droid Turbo 2? I have the Android 7.0 October Security patch. Will I be able to root then?

    Thanks!

    • rootjunky says:

      to remove FRP yes it will work on that device. Rooting the device is a completely different matter and will depend on if you can unlock the bootloader or it there is a exploit for that device

  5. Is this app working for all android mobile phones?

  6. Anthony says:

    What can u do for a ZTE K81 table I’m using in now but if I power it off it locks Andi got to bypass it all over again

  7. shamik says:

    my note 5 n920c has loced up by this apk and i cant access to my device how to solve that thans hope to you better

  8. shamikh says:

    how to remove the frp to be able to login in to my device

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