Remove Google Account on Android 8 FRP O – “Factory Reset Protection”
Android is really becoming stronger and faster day by day. So the security of Android has been upgraded. Factory reset protection (FRP) has been first released on Android 5.1 and it has been upgraded till Android 7.1.2 that we know so far.
But the FRP or google account protection has some ways to bypass/remove FRP. Some devices are harder and some easier but we have developed ways to remove google on almost every device.
Check out our site for FRP tutorials.
Now, Android O, or let’s say Android 8 is releasing. Some beta versions are already available on Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C.
For other devices it will be released on the end of August 2017 and in about one year almost all supported devices will have Android O.
Our question is “Can we bypass/remove the Factory Reset Protection on the newest release of Android?”.
That is hard to answer but google has promised very hard to break security, we will find out soon.
Picture in Picture (PiP) mode
Picture-in-picture (PiP) is a feature of some television receivers and similar devices. One program (channel) is displayed on the full TV screen at the same time as one or more other programs are displayed in inset windows
Faster boot times
One challenge of every device is fast booting time, and this is what Android O is doing, a fast boot time.
Boosted audio performance
The audio performance is boosted and Android O is promising real good features on this one.
Especially on new devices like Galaxy S8 or Note 8 that will be released this September.
Restricted background activities
This is a power-saving feature that de-prioritizes app functions running in the background, which in turn means that your battery is going to possibly last much longer than it currently does on Android Nougat.
Some other features we can mention : New Notifications, Contextual press-to-hold options,Adaptive app icons, Notification dots, New emoji etc