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Bypass FRP LG Phoenix 4

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LG Phoenix 4

OS: Android 7.1.2 Nougat

CPU: ARM Cortex-A53, 1400 MHz, Cores: 4
RAM: 2 GB, 667 MHz
Display: 5 inches
Camera: 7.99 MP (megapixels)
Battery: 2500 mAh, Li-Ion

FRP (Factory Reset Protection) have been put in place by Google in for to combat fraudulent activities. This feature is automatically activated after you add a Google account to your phone. To disable it, you need to delete your account. Bypass FRP is a tool to help you if you forgot your Google account username or password.

Before bypass FRP, follow these steps.

1. Make sure your battery is charged to 90%.
2. Active Wi-Fi connection.

How to bypass FRP for LG Phoenix 4 phone

1. You need to connect your phone to a Wi-Fi network.
2. Return to the Welcome screen and click on Accessibility.
3. In this menu press Vision, and in the next menu the option Talkback.
4. In this menu, click on Text-to-speech Output.
5. Click on the Gear settings icon next to Google Text-to-speech Engine.
6. Next, you need to click Setting for Google Text-to-speech Engine.
7. Click on the Feedback menu item.
8. In the new window, look for the three words Terms of Service. Click on these three words.
9. When asked to log in, click on the No, Thanks button.
10. On this page, click on the Google logo to go to the home page.
11. Then write 'Test' in the search bar and search for it.
12. In the search results, click on any word and hold until a menu appears. A menu will appear on the screen with two options: COPY and SHARE, as well as three vertical dots on the right side.
13. Click on the three dots. A menu will open with three options: Select all, Web search, and Assist. Tap on Assist. This will reveal the phone's search bar.
14. When asked to log in, click on the No, Thanks button.
15. Then write 'Settings' in the search bar and open it.
16. After entering the Settings menu, look for Apps and tap on it.
17. On the Apps page, click on the three dots in the upper right corner and select the Show System menu item.
18. Find Setup Wizard in the list and click on it.
19. On the Setup Wizard page, click Force Stop, and then click OK.
20. Stay on the Setup Wizard page, then click on Storage. You will see a Clear Cache item. Click on it..
21. Press the return button twice to return to the Apps list.
22. Navigate to Google Play Services and tap it. Repeat the steps above: click Force Stop, then click Disable, and then click OK.
23. Using the back key, return to the Settings menu.
24. At the end, restart your device.

Thomas Nilan
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Thomas Nilan is a mobile phone expert with in-depth knowledge of the Android and iOS operating systems, who understands the settings of various hidden features that allow you to expand the capabilities of your smartphone, as well as get information about what is going on inside the phone for future repairs. He is an authority in his field, which has allowed him to become a ghostwriter for several technology publications, and he enjoys writing small mobile applications for testing smartphones.

User questions and comments about bypass FRP LG Phoenix 4

userBikcne1April 17, 2024
Overall, I find the laptop to be a reliable and powerful machine. The CPU resources are sufficient for gaming and multitasking. The 512 GB SSD provides ample storage space for files. The 8 GB RAM is decent, but adding more would be beneficial. The number of USB ports is adequate. The display quality is excellent for watching movies and YouTube.

userMapinj$May 21, 2024
I upgraded the memory to 16 GB and replaced the 512 GB SSD with a 1 TB NVMe SSD.

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