Just like Apple’s iCloud activation lock feature, Samsung has a similar function called Samsung Reactivation Lock or Samsung sCloud.
This new feature which is preloaded on all Samsung Galaxy devices (and newer Samsung devices) which is designed to prevent access to the device after it has been reported lost or stolen.
Another Term for sCloud
Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is also another term used for this. In the past, it was relatively easy to bypass the FRP simply by flashing the device. Flashing here means wiping the data of the smartphone completely.
It uses a Samsung account to regain access and use of the device. Samsung account authenticates and authorizes protection of your personal information and the device too, at the same time.
When Reactivation Lock is enabled, it activates a special flag set in a secured memory storage area of the device. When active, this flag cannot be disabled by performing a factory reset or Android recover reset.
Note: It is ideal to set up your Samsung account credentials prior to enabling Reactivation Lock.
How to Reset your Samsung Reactivation Lock
To reset your device, select Settings > Backup and Reset > Factory Data Reset > Reset Device. If you try to reset your device with Reactivation Lock enabled, you will be required to log in to Samsung account. You must first enter your password before deleting all data.
If that doesn’t work, you can use our Samsung Reactivation Lock Removal service to unlock account.samsung.com account. Below are just some of the samples of more than hundreds of Samsung devices which we have helped to activate.
All you need to do is to provide the 15 digit IMEI and there’s no need to ship your phone.
Some Samsung devices are tied to Google Account which is shown below. In this case, it can be removed as well through the help of our specialist, providing remotely assistance.
How to Remove Samsung Google Account (FRP) using Software Method
This method is available for removal or bypass/reset of FRP Gmail account lock on Samsung devices on 5.1 and higher.
Please do note that it’s not meant to unlock the device but rather to reset the Gmail account only and supports 99% of Samsung models in the market.
Then we will provide the username and password for you to sign-in to your Samsung. The service has 99.99% success rate, and we provide 100% refund (Payment via PayPal) if we are not able to provide the username and password.
The service takes between 1 to 3 working days under normal circumstances.