How to Bypass Google Account on Galaxy Phone November Patch Security

Dear Galaxy phone users! Samsung has updated  the latest November security updates for their devices, so those who have already updated to the latest build will have a trouble in bypassing Google account. I know your issue so in this guide, I will show you the latest method to FRP bypass Galaxy phones. Read on the instruction below to do that.

Steps to FRP Bypass Galaxy Phones with November Patch Security

Before getting started, you should note that this method is quite difficult, so you need to do it quickly.

Step 1: Prepare a SIM card that has been previously locked by a code

Step 2: Remove the tray of your phone with an ejector tool and put the SIM card into it.

Step 3: Put your SIM tray into your Galaxy phone.

Step 4: Now, you need to do quickly. When ejecting the SIM tray, quickly touch the “lock” icon from the left side of the screen (see image below) and tap on the Settings icon in the top right corner. You should be patient since you can get failed a few times.

Step 5: Tap on Notification Settings option > See All

Step 6: Choose All instead of Most Recent section option

Step 7: Tap on YouTube app > In-app Notification Settings > Google Privacy Policy and the Chrome browser will automatically open up. The process is now much simpler.

Step 8: Enter this URL into the search bar:

Step 9: Download and install Apex Launcher 3.3.3 apk on your phone. Remeber to allow Unknown Source.

Step 10: Open Chrome browser again and download two files: Bypass_FRP 1.0.apk and Bypass Android 8.apk. When done, open the Download folder and then install Bypass Android 8.apk.

Also read: How to Bypass Google Account Samsung Galaxy Phones in 2019

Step 11: Install Bypass_FRP 1.0.apk. When done, open it and then tap on three-dot button and select Browse sign-in option. From there, enter any Google Account you remember the password.

That’s how to bypass Google account on Galaxy phones with the latest November security patch update. Do you have any trouble with Google activation lock? Let’s know in the comment below.

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