FRP which means (Factory Reset Protection) is a security feature introduced with Android Lollipop to protect a device from unauthorized access in case of theft or loss. It’s designed to make it difficult for someone to access a device after a reset, or when the device is being set up for the first time, without entering the previously synced Google account’s credentials.
Bypassing FRP without a PC on an Infinix X559 Hot 5 can be a bit challenging, but it’s possible by following the below steps:
1. Restart your Infinix X559 Hot 5 device and connect to a Wi-Fi network.
2. When the Google Account Verification screen appears, long press the @ symbol on your keyboard until the Google Keyboard settings pop up.
3. Select the three dots on the top right corner and choose “Help & Feedback.”
4. Click on “Get started with Voice Access”.
5. Tap the play icon and then click on the three dots on the top right corner and select “Browser sign in.”
6. Enter any valid Google account credentials to bypass the FRP lock.
Note that this method may not work for all Infinix X559 Hot 5 devices, and if it does not work, you may need to use a PC to bypass the FRP lock. However, it’s worth attempting this method first because it’s quick and easy.
In case the above method did not work, you can try the following alternative method:
1. Power on your Infinix X559 Hot 5 device and connect it to a Wi-Fi network.
2. When the Google Account Verification screen appears, select the emergency call option.
3. Dial *#*#505#*#* to enter the phone’s testing menu.
4. Select “Version” and then click on the “Set Up” option.
5. Choose the option to add a new Google account.
6. Enter a valid Google account and password, then click “Sign in”.
If the above method doesn’t work, then the only way to bypass the FRP lock on your Infinix X559 Hot 5 device would be to use a PC to flash the firmware or use a specialized tool designed to bypass FRP lock.
It’s important to note that while bypassing the FRP lock can give access back to the device, it can also present security risks. Therefore, only perform this procedure if you’re the owner of the device or have legal permission to do so.
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