How to remove/bypass frp (google accout lock) on Samsung devices with 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.
Lot of peeps have been asking me to do tutorial on how to do this stuff on Samsung devices since the above methods will not work on them. At first I thought its old stuff since its all over the internet but later I said to my self why not just do the tutorial for the RomKingz visitors.
So if you have been looking for how to easily remove frp on Samsung devices, follow the procedures below.

Samsung USB drivers. Get it from here
SideSync on your PC. Get it from here
QuickShortcut app. Get it from here

*Copy QuickShortcut apk to your device via USB
*After copying QuickShortcut apk to device, disconnect phone from PC

*Install Samsung USB drivers
*Install SideSync on your PC
*Launch SideSync and click START button

*Connect  device to a working Hotspot connection
*When device is connected to hotspot, connect it to PC with USB
*SideSync will synchronize with device and a pop up will appear on phone
*Select Galaxy Apps from the popup

*Inside Galaxy Apps, search for ES File Explorer
*You will be asked to enter your Samsung Account
*If you have one Sign in if not create a new one (Sign Up)
*Once done, download, install and launch ES File Explorer

*Now navigate in ES File Explorer and install QuickShortcut app
*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 a 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.
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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