Samsung S6 Edge Plus Frp Lock

The #Samsung #Galaxy #S6 is best known for departing from the usual flagship design of the South Korean giant. Gone are the user replaceable battery and the microSD card slot. This new design shift however has made the phone design quite good. Naturally, since the user can’t easily replace the battery there will be a couple of power related issues that will pop up. One such issue which we will tackle today is the Galaxy S6 binary blocked by FRP issue. We will also tackle other power related problems that have been sent to us by our readers.

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5 Step: After installing it, Open Octopus “Samsung FRP Bypass Tool” and click on Support & Options then in Phone Model tab select your Samsung device model number and hit on Select button. 6 Step: Now from the Actions sections, click on “Reset FRP lock” tab which is 2nd last option of this section. The Samsung device has FRP (Factory Reset Protection) enabled on it. I have a galaxy s6 edge plus that got stolen now, i found out who stole it and go it back but im locked out of my phone. I did the hard reset on it but, now i cant pass the google verification on it. There are other ways to bypass FRP lock using flashing boxes or FRP.

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S6 Custom Binary Blocked By FRP

Problem: My phone was dying, and so when it was at around 1% I turned it off. An hour or so later, I got home and plugged it in, and it lit up with that charging icon, so I assumed all was well. Around fifteen or so minutes later, I assumed it would be at least a little charged, so I unplugged it and tried to start it, but it wouldn’t start. And so I plugged it back in, again the charging icon came up, and I waited another ten minutes to repeat the whole process and it still wouldn’t turn on. In the top left corner of the device, it says ‘Kernel is not seandroid enforcing’ in red and right below that, it says ‘custom binary blocked by FRP lock’. I haven’t dropped or damaged my phone in anyway, and it’s only about a week or so old. How do I get it to start again?

Solution: The FRP or Factory Reset Protection lock that you are seeing in your device is a security feature that has been introduced to devices running on Android Lollipop 5.1 and above. What this does is it prevents the phone from any unauthorized factory reset or software modification without the authorized user’s permission. If the phone is running on its stock firmware and this device was bought brand new ( no Google account was setup previously) then the only possible solution right now is to flash your phone with its original stock firmware.

To flash your phone

  • Download the specific firmware model of your phone from the Sammobile website.
  • Download the latest version of Odin and install it in your computer.
  • Boot your computer in Download mode.
  • Run Odin from your computer then connect your phone using a USB cord to your computer.
  • Flash the phone.

Take note that when you flash your device any data in it will be deleted.

S6 Not Turning On After Cleaning Charging Port With Needle

Problem: I was cleaning out my charge port with a needle with the phone on and I know now that was a big no no. The phone turned off and would not do anything. It will not power up, do any of the troubleshooting boots. I plugged it into charger and nothing happens. I even tried another charger and wall outlet but still nothing. There is no lights on it’s like it just died. Did I kill the motherboard? What is your suggestion.

Solution: You can actually clean the charging port of your phone using a needle however before doing this the battery has to be removed. Since this phone’s battery is not user replaceable then this procedure must not be done on this device. The most likely thing that happened to your phone is that you shorted the positive and negative pins of the port which in turn might have fried some internal component in the device. The first component that you should suspect that has gone bad is the power IC. I suggest you bring your phone to a service center and have this checked.

S6 Does Not Turn On

Problem: My galaxy won’t turn on and there is a blue light that’s glaring (glowing a constant light and dark blue). It was working fine until it died, then this started when I plugged it up to charge.

Solution: There are several factors to check as to why your phone is not turning on. Below are the steps you need to perform to resolve this issue. Move to the next step should the issue still occur.

  • Simulate a battery pull by pressing and holding the power button and volume down button simultaneously for 7 seconds then release both buttons. Check if the phone turns on.
  • Clean the charging port of your phone using a can of compressed air or cotton bud dipped in alcohol. What you want to achieve is to eliminate any dust or dirt that could be in this port and is causing the problem. Once this is done check if the issue still occurs.
  • Charge your phone for 20 minutes with a different charging cord. The current charging cord you are using could be defective which is why the phone does not charge.
  • Try using a different wall charger when charging your phone.
  • Check if you are able to start your phone in Safe Mode. Once in Safe Mode restart your phone normally.
  • Check if you can start your phone in recovery mode. Do a factory reset from here. Since this will delete your phone data make sure to have a backup copy first.

If the issue still remains after performing the steps listed above I suggest you have your phone checked at a service center.

S6 No Display But Notifications Work

Problem:There seems to be no power but the blue LED light still blinks. When i try switching it ON by pressing the Unlock button, nothing happens. I tried calling the s6 using another phone, it rang but no notification or what so ever on the s6.

Solution: It’s very likely that the display of your phone is not working. This is the reason why you can still get notification sounds but you can’t see anything on the screen. I suggest you try starting your phone in recovery mode first. If the display works in this mode then you should perform a factory reset from here. Take note that this will delete your phone data. However, if the display still does not work in this mode then you should bring your phone to a service center and have it checked.

S6 Stuck In Bootloop

Problem:HELLO, I’M HAVING A PROBLEM WITH MY PHONE, IT HAS A BOOTLOOP, I HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING, BUT I CAN NOT ACCES TO RECOVERY MODE TO MAKE FACTORY RESET, THE ONLY THING THAT I CAN DO IS ENTER TO DOWNLOAD MODE, BUT WHEN I TRIED TO FLASH THE ORIGINAL STOCK ROM FROM SAMMOBILE IT SAYS FAIL, AND IF I TRY IT AGAIN IT GET STUCK ON SETUP COMMUNICATION, I HAVE INSTALLED AND REINSTALL THE DRIVERS, BUT IT KEEPS STUCK ON THAT STEP. WHAT I DID TO GET BOOTLOOPED IS INSTALL A FIX PATCH FOR BATTERY (SUPPOSED TO MAKE BETTER THE AUTONOMY OF THE BATTERY), I FLASHED IT VIA FLASHFIRE. I USED TO BE ROOT ON MARSHMALLOW, WITH TWRP RECOVERY. NOW I HAVE NO RECOVERY AT ALL, I CAN NOT ACCESS TO. IT’S 4 DAYS THAT I’M TRYING AND TRYING TO REVIVE MY PHONE WITH NO LUCK. I REALLY HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME GET MY PHONE FIXED. THANKS IN ADVICE.

Solution: What I could suggest right now is to figure out why the phone gets stuck while trying to flash its firmware. Listed below are some of the things that you can do.

  • Try using a different USB cord
  • Try to connect your phone to a different USB port in your computer
  • Make sure that your computer has the latest software updates
  • Try to temporarily turn off the security software of your computer
  • Try using a different computer when flashing your phone.

S6 Fast Battery Drain

Problem:My phone was factory reset and afterwards my battery life has gotten worse. It is 100% when I go to bed and it is 50% 7 hours later. It charges with charger just fine.

Solution: Have you installed any new apps in your phone right after the reset? These apps might be causing the problem. Ty to backup your phone data then do another round of factory reset. Once the reset is done do not download or install anything in your phone. You should first check if the issue still occurs. If the problem still remains then your phone battery might already be weak. I suggest you have this checked at a service center.

Samsung s6 edge plus frp lock replacement

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Random and frequent freezing is often a sign of a firmware issue so when a high-end device like your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ starts to freeze up, you should act immediately to know what the problem really is. That way, you can do whatever is needed to fix it or prevent further damage to your phone as well as make sure your files and data are safe.

In this post, I will help you troubleshoot your Galaxy S6 Edge+ that keeps on freezing while you’re using it. We will have to look into the possibilities and rule out each of them until we arrive at a point wherein we can tell what the problem is all about. This way, we would also know what needs to be done in order to get rid of the problem and bring your phone back to its optimum performance.

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Samsung S6 Edge Plus Frp Lock

Before anything else, make sure you drop by our S6 Edge+ troubleshooting page as we have already addressed or answered a lot of problems that were reported to us by our readers who own this phone. Try to find problems that are similar to yours and use the solutions we suggested. Should you need more help, contact us by filling up our Android problems questionnaire.

Problem 1: Galaxy S6 Edge+ started freezing after the Nougat update

Hey guys. I own the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and it has recently been updated to Nougat. At first, I was enjoying its performance but then it started to slow down and then there were instances the phone freezes up for a few seconds and it became worse. Now, my phone freezes for a few minutes before I can regain control over it. I just can’t use it like before so I badly need your help guys. Thanks.

Troubleshooting: The first thing we have to consider here is the fact that the phone has been updated to Nougat and then the problem started. We have to rule out the possibility that this issue is caused by some corrupt system caches. So, to begin our troubleshooting, here’s what you should do:

Step 1: Reboot your phone in Recovery Mode and wipe cache partition

This will delete all system caches so the new firmware can create new ones that are completely compatible with it. System caches are prone to corruption and when a new firmware is installed, they become obsolete automatically. Some of them can still be used by the new system while many of them may cause problems when used.

However, since you don’t have access to individual caches, you need to delete them all at once and you can do so by rebooting your phone in Recovery Mode and wiping the cache partition:

  1. Turn off the device.
  2. Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Home key, then press and hold the Power key.
  3. When the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ logo screen displays, release only the Power key
  4. When the Android logo displays, release the Volume Up and the Home key (“Installing system update'” shows for about 30 – 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options).
  5. Press the Volume down key several times key to highlight “wipe cache partition.”
  6. Press the Power key to select.
  7. Press the Volume down key several times key to highlight “yes.”
  8. Press the Power key to select.
  9. When the wipe cache partition is complete, “Reboot system now” is highlighted.
  10. Press the Power key to restart the device.

The phone will take a little more time rebooting after wiping the cache partition but once it becomes active, observe closely to know if it still freezes and if so, move on to the next step.

Step 2: Reboot your phone in safe mode and observe

Observation is key to troubleshooting this kind of problem but we have to bring the phone start in other environments so that we would know if the issue is caused by other apps or services. In this step, I want you to start your phone up in safe mode. This will temporarily disable all third-party apps and if the problem is caused by one or some of them, then the phone shouldn’t freeze in this mode:

  1. Turn the device off.
  2. Press and hold the Power key.
  3. When “Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+” appears on the screen, release the Power key.
  4. Immediately after releasing the Power key, press and hold the Volume down key.
  5. Continue to hold the Volume down key until the device finishes restarting.
  6. Safe mode in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
  7. Release the Volume down key when you see Safe Mode.
  8. Uninstall apps that are causing a problem.

Step 3: Find that app that’s causing the problem and uninstall it

Assuming the phone doesn’t freeze in safe mode, then it’s most likely there’s a third-party app that’s causing the problem. The next thing you should do is find that app and then uninstall it but before that, I would suggest you clear its cache and data so all of the files it created will also be deleted.

How to clear app cache and data on Galaxy S6 Edge+

  1. From any Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Apps.
  4. Tap the desired application in the default list.
  5. Tap Storage.
  6. Tap Clear cache.
  7. Tap Clear data and then tap OK.

How to uninstall an app from your Galaxy S6 Edge+

  1. From any Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Apps.
  4. Tap the desired application in the default list.
  5. Tap Uninstall.
  6. Tap Uninstall again to confirm.

Step 4: Reset your Galaxy S6 Edge+

If the problem persists after doing the previous steps, then it’s time you decide to reset your phone. But before you actually do that, make sure you make a backup of your important files and data as they can no longer be restored once deleted during the reset.

  1. From any Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Cloud and accounts.
  4. Tap Backup and restore.
  5. If desired, tap Back up my data to move the slider to ON or OFF.
  6. If desired, tap Restore to move the slider to ON or OFF.
  7. Tap the back key twice to return to the Settings menu, then tap General Management.
  8. Tap Reset.
  9. Tap Factory data reset.
  10. Tap Reset device.
  11. If you have screen lock turned on, enter your PIN or password.
  12. Tap Continue.
  13. Tap Delete all.

Problem 2: Galaxy S6 Edge+ froze and won’t respond anymore

I badly need your help. My phone is a Galaxy S6 Edge+ and it froze for some reason and won’t respond when I press the power key. It stayed on the same screen since it froze and I don’t know what to do with it. Can you help?

Troubleshooting: Your phone crashed, that’s what it is. It might be due to some apps that also crashed and affected your phone’s normal operation or it might have somehting to do with the firmware itself. With that said, here’s what you should do:

Step 1: Force reboot your phone to bring it back to life

Apparently, we cannot troubleshoot your device with it frozen and not responding. So, we need to make it respond and the Forced Reboot procedure is all it takes to bring your phone back to life.

Press and hold the Volume Down button and the Power key together for 10 seconds and your phone should reboot. After that, continue using your phone and see if the problem happens again and if so, then you just have to reset your phone to fix it.

Step 2: Master reset your Galaxy S6 Edge+

You don’t have to do other troubleshooting procedures if the problem occurs again. Alll you need to do is reset your phone but before you do that, make sure you make a backup of your important files and data. Then, disable the Factory Reset Protection so you won’t be locked out of your ph one. Then take note of your Google ID and password as you will need it to set up your phone after the reset.

How to disable FRP on Galaxy S6 Edge+

  1. From any Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Cloud and accounts.
  4. Tap Accounts.
  5. Tap Google.
  6. Tap your Google ID email address. If you have multiple accounts setup, you will need to repeat these steps for each account.
  7. Tap Menu.
  8. Tap Remove account.
  9. Tap REMOVE ACCOUNT.

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  1. Back up data on the internal memory.
  2. Turn off the device.
  3. Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Home key, then press and hold the Power key.
  4. When the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ logo screen displays, release only the Power key
  5. When the Android logo displays, release the Volume Up and the Home key (‘”nstalling system update” will show for about 30 – 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options).
  6. Press the Volume down key several times key to highlight “wipe data / factory reset.”
  7. Press Power button to select.
  8. Press the Volume down key until “Yes — delete all user data” is highlighted.
  9. Press the Power button to select and start the master reset.
  10. When the master reset is complete, “Reboot system now” is highlighted.
  11. Press the Power key to restart the device.

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