How to remove/bypass frp (google accout lock) on Huawei devices 2016 security patch

Factory Reset protection is the new security google added to android lollipop. When you reset the device from recovery menu, FRP switch is tripped then when you boot up the device, you will be asked to input the Google account that was previously used on the device before factory reset.
Even though this was made for security reasons, we sometimes forget the account details that was on the device before reset so stuck on input Google account details.

I have done some tutorial before on how to remove frp on some spd and mtk devices if that’s what you are looking for then you can check it out here.

The method above applies on many devices but have some limitations.
*Call function does not work on some new devices
*Xender app is not available all device

Because of the limitations listed above, that method will not work on most new Huawei device thus the need to create this tutorial.

When trying to bypass or remove frp (Google Account Lock) on any device, our we have 2 main objectives
1. install and run Quick Shortcut app on the device. So follow the following procedure below.
2. Enter new details and reboot device

You can follow the procedure from the screenshot below


*Power on the device
*Press next till you reach wifi hotspot login
*Now select any hotspot from the list then when you tap the password bar, Press and hold Space Bar on keyboard
*From the options that pops up, select More Languages
*Select Download languages
*Now press and hold any word to highlight in the terms and condition page
*Select Web search from the pop up that appears
*Now select Browser from the icons that pop up

*You will now be faced with  the selected word search results in Google.
*Now make a new search to download Quick Shortcut apk fro the Google search bar
*When the download is complete, tap on download tab in browser and then select the app for install
*Tap Unblock button so that installation should start
*Quick Shortcut app is now installed
*Objective No. 1 complete

*Now Launch Quick Shortcut

*After launching Quick Shortcut, you will see a bunch of settings
*Type in Google Account in the Search Bar
*Select Google Account Manager from the list
*Under Google Account Manger, scroll down and select the option with Type Email and Password
*Now Tap Try to launch it
*You will now see Re-type password page
*Tap the 3 dots at top right and select Browser Sign-in
*Tap OK and sign in your Account (Make sure device is connected to a WiFi network)
*After a successful Sign-in, you will be faced with Quick Shortcut app interface
*Objective No. 2 completed
*Reboot the phone and set it up normally.
Goal Complete
If you are doing this for somebody, after the bypass, go and do a factory reset from settings menu (Backup and Reset option) so as to clear your account from the device.

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