When you set up a Google account on your device, FRP is automatically enabled. This means that if someone tries to factory reset your device, they will need your Google account credentials. This can help to prevent thieves from being able to use your device if they manage to reset it. However, it can also be a nuisance if you forget your Google account details! If you find yourself in this situation, you can still Factory reset ZTE phone without Google account by following some steps.
Here is How To Factory Reset ZTE Phone Without Google Account
If you want to factory reset your ZTE phone without a Google account, you can do so by enabling the OEM unlock option in the phone’s settings. This will allow you to erase all of the data on the phone, including your personal information, apps, and files. Keep in mind that this will also remove any security features that were configured on the phone, so you should only do this if you are sure that you want to completely reset the device.
1. Factory Reset Via Settings
To enable the OEM unlock option, You first need to enable the Developer options. To enable Developer options Simply go to Settings > About Phone and tap on the Build Number seven times. This will unlock the Developer Options menu, which can be found under Settings > System.
After enabling Developer options it’s to time enable OEM Unlock Option To enable OEM Unlock go to the phone’s settings menu and select “Developer options.” Scroll down to the “OEM unlock” option and enable it. You will then be prompted to enter your Screen password if you use a screen password. Once you have done this, you will be able to factory reset your ZTE phone without having to log into your Google account.
2. Hard Reset With Keys
A hard reset is a good way to Reset your ZTE phone to a factory state without having Google Account. It can also be useful if you are selling your phone and want to wipe all personal data from it. To do a hard reset, you will need to hold the volume-up key and the power key together until you see ZTE light up on your phone screen Then you can release both keys. This will enter you into recovery mode. From there, you can use the volume keys to navigate to the wipe data/factory reset option and select it with the power key. This will erase all your data from the phone. You can then select the reboot system now option to restart your phone.
If your phone requires a google account while activating no need to panic you can still bypass google. To do this you need to follow some more steps:
Here is How to Activate Your Phone With Google Account Activation Lock (FRP)
If your phone requires a google account while activating and can no longer access your ZTE phone, you’ll need to bypass FRP to regain access. Fortunately, this can be done relatively easily using a few different methods.
1. Bypass FRP For Free
One method is to bypass FRP manually. To bypass Frp manually Follow the video instructions:
2. Use Paid Tool To Bypass Frp on Your ZTE Phone
Another method is to use a paid tool or Dongle such as the Miracle Box. This tool uses a variety of methods to bypass FRP, including bootloader exploits and resetting the Google account data stored on your ZTE phone. To reset Frp with Miracle Box Follow these steps:
- Connect Miracle Box with Computer and open it
- Power Off Your Phone
- Go To Unlock/Fix Section in Miracle Box Software
- Select Clear Setting/FRP
- Click on Start Button
- Click on Yes Button
- Then Press and Hold Volume Up + Volume Down Button Together and Connect USB Cable to the Phone
It will erase FRP From your phone and you can enjoy your phone
In the terms of conclusion, I just want to say that factory resetting your ZTE phone without a Google account is not a good idea, as it will erase all data on your device and you have no way to recover it. This blog post is for new users who might not even know how to factory reset a ZTE phone without Google Account.
Now you know how to factory reset a ZTE phone without Google Account. And if you are already in a situation where you need to bypass your google account then you know bypassing FRP is free and relatively simple to do. You can also use a paid tool or Dongle such as the Miracle Box.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q. What is the Difference between Factory Reset and Hard Reset?
A. When you hear the term “factory reset,” this generally refers to the process of resetting a device to its original, out-of-the-box state. This is the state that the device was in when you first purchased it. A factory reset will delete all of your personal data, including your photos, apps, and files. A hard reset, on the other hand, refers to resetting a device to its factory settings. This will also delete all of your personal data, but it will also delete any system files and settings that have been changed since you purchased the device. A hard reset is usually reserved for when a device is malfunctioning and you want to start fresh.
Q. Can a factory reset damage my ZTE phone?
A. Factory resets are a popular way to troublesh issues, but there is some debate about whether or not they can damage your phone. On the one hand, a factory reset will erase all of your data, which could potentially lead to data loss. On the other hand, a factory reset will also clear files or data that be causing problems on your phone. Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to factory reset your phone is a personal one, and you should weigh the pros and cons carefully before making a decision.
Q. Can I reset the ZTE phone without a password?
A. Yes! You can reset your ZTE Phone without a password To reset your ZTE phone without a password, you will need to hard reset the device. To do a hard reset, you will need to hold the volume-up key and the power key together until you see ZTE light up on your phone screen Then you can release both keys. This will enter you into recovery mode. From there, you can use the volume keys to navigate to the wipe data/factory reset option and select it with the power key. Be sure to performing a hard reset, as this will delete all data from the device.