Remove FRP On Infinix Hot 2 X510 Spreadtrum Clone
After publishing/sharing the Stock ROM for Infinix X510 Clone with Mediatek MT6572 chip, I got to know through a friend that there is also a Spreadtrum clone of the Infinix Hot 2. I now see why this device is called Hot 2.
Well, one of the recent add-on to Android security is the FRP-Factory Reset Protection feature which is being utilized by several device manufacturers like Huawei, Sony, Itel, Infinix, Gionee, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Alcatel, LG and other OEMs.
Factory reset protection kicks off when you factory reset an Android phone(FRP enabled) that has a Gmail account linked to it. The user must input the Google account details that had been recentlysynchronized on the device. This is a feature to secure Android Lollipop devices from thieves like Apple iCloud.
How To Remove FRP On Infinix Hot 2 Spreadtrum Clone
If you performed a factory reset on your cloned Infinix Hot 2 Spreadtrum version and you are stuck on the FRP Screen (This device was reset), just follow the steps below to get access to your Hot 2 Spreadtrum.
Turn on the Spreadtrum Infinix Hot 2 X510 and click ADD ANOTHER NETWORK
Click on the add keyboard icon at the bottom right.
Tick SwiftKey Keyboard
Go back and connect to a mobile Hotspot, when you get to the point where you will enter your email address, Click on the Keyboard icon at the bottom right.
Select SwiftKey Keyboard, click on the 3 dot icons … at the top and select “About Swiftkey”
Tap Open Source Licences, press and hold Java or any other text and tap the Search icon at the top right.
Select Google App and tick Once
Type Settings in the search box, then select the settings icon/app to enter the phone’s settings.
In the Settings menu, go to Apps, slide to All, scroll down and select File Explorer.
Tap on GO TO APP
The File manger will launch. Tap on Applications, select the QSM app and install it. Installation blocked? Tap on Settings and mark Unknown Sources.
Go back, Install and open the QSM APK.
In the search box, type Google ma and select Google Account Manager. In the list that will show up, tap the first Google Account manager option com.google.android.gsf.login.AccountIntroActivity or com.google.android.gsf.login/NameActivity or the one with (Type email and Password)
Tap on Try
Click and select Sign in with browser and select OK.
Now in the next Sign-in page, enter a working Gmail account username and password, then sign in. If the Google account info you entered is valid, it will sign in and return you back to the QSM App. You can now restart the phone without the FRP barrier.
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