Bypassing Samsung FRP Using Ubuntu: A Step-by-Step Guide

Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is a security feature on Android devices that prevents unauthorized access after a factory reset. In this guide, we’ll show you how to bypass FRP on Samsung devices using Ubuntu Linux.

Bypassing Samsung FRP Using Ubuntu
Bypassing Samsung FRP Using Ubuntu


Before we begin, ensure you have the following:

  • A Samsung device with FRP lock
  • Ubuntu Linux installed on your computer
  • Basic knowledge of Linux commands

Step-by-Step Guide

Install ADB

  1. Open the terminal in Ubuntu.
  2. Run the following commands to install ADB:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install adb

Connect Your Samsung Device

  1. Connect your Samsung device to your computer via USB cable.
  2. Enable USB debugging on your phone (found in Developer Options).

Execute ADB Commands

  1. Navigate to the ADB directory in the terminal.
  2. Execute the following commands one by one:
adb shell am start -n
adb shell am start -n
adb shell content insert --uri content://settings/secure --bind name:s:user_setup_complete --bind value:s:1


  • Bypassing FRP may violate terms of service or local laws. Proceed at your own risk.
  • Always back up your data before making any changes to your device.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Is this method safe?

While it works, be cautious and understand the risks.

Can I use this on other Android devices?

This guide is specific to Samsung devices.

What if the commands don’t work?

Troubleshoot by checking device compatibility and ADB setup.


Bypassing FRP can be tricky, but with Ubuntu Linux and ADB, you’re on the right track. Remember to share your experiences on comment below to help others in the community!

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