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’ve done some other tutorials on how to reset frp on samsung devices with older security patch you can also check them out.
Here I will be showing you how to remove frp on samsung galaxy S8 and S8+ using combination files. The process is not that complicated if you follow the instructions carefully.
Latest version of Odin
Samsung USB drivers
Combination files Galaxy S8
SM-G950F/FD: COMBINATION_FA70_G950FXXU1AQD1 (736MB)
SM-G950U: COMBINATION_FA70_G950USQU1AQCF (868MB)
SM-G950N: COMBINATION_FA70_G950NKSU1AQF1_CL11405575 (739MB)
SM-G9500: COMBINATION_FA70_G9500ZCU1AQD9 (987MB)
SM-G950J & SC02J: COMBINATION_FA70_SC02_G950J_JOMU1AQF1_CL11619624 (753MB)
Combination files Galaxy S8+
SM-G955F / FD: COMBINATION_FA70_G955FXXU1AQD1 (736MB)
SM-G955J & SC03J: COMBINATION_FA70_SC03_G955J_JOMU1AQF1_CL11619624 (753MB)
Stock firmware Galaxy S8+
Download & extract the combination file of the device you want to bypass/remove frp
Put phone in download mode and connect to PC
Click on AP and then select the combination file
Click start and wait for odin to successfully flash the combination file on the phone
When the phone boot, go to settings>developer option and enable usb debugging.
Turn off the phone.
Now Download & extract the stock firmware of the device.
Launch odin and load the firmware images (load only BL, AP and CSC)
Click start button and wait for flashing process to complete
When phone reboots, go to settings > developers option and turn on UNLOCK OEM.
You can now go to factory reset and Reset the phone completely.
Congrats!! You just successfully bypass frp on your Galaxy device