With the Samsung smartphones becoming the primary accessories, we all have our private data stored in them and want outstanding security features that can save us from privacy intrusion and embarrassment as well. Thanks to the technology that lots of security features have been introduced by the Samsung Smartphones as well as Google including FRP (factory reset protection) that is a security method designed to make sure someone can’t just wipe and factory reset your phone if you’ve lost it or it was stolen.
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Basically FRP stands for factory Reset Protection that was first introduced in Android Lollipop 5.0 and now is available in Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0 & Android Pie 9.0. As per the rule and the purpose of this feature, in the case of any unfortunate event wherein you lose the device or if any unauthorized person tries to reset it, the device will require the Google Account ID and password to be fed in.