I'm stuck in download mode after failed flashing(android 7 beta) while FRP enabled - XDA Assist

Please help me Im stuck in download mode my phone wont boot after failed odin attemp while FRP is enable.my phone galaxy s7 please help me T_T

What did u flashed ? all 4 files ? FRP doesn't matter if u know your credentials

Yes all 4 files . and now Im stuck in download mode its been 3 days now

Have u tried flashin mm or just n ?

Just flash an mm firmware when your device booted up enable OEM unlock and flash beta N again
Its 100% works
You can find android 6.0 firmware on sammobile.com

I was in marshmallow and then i flashed Andriod N and then it was a failed flash due the OEM lock or FRP enabled.

My device wont boot its completely dead tried everything possible just the download mode..and my S7 wont charge in download mode..what to do ?Please help T_T

Use sammys smartswitch. If your in download mode your fine. Or try odin back to stock.

can i still use odin with FRP enable ?flashing with stock firmware..

Long as you know the Google account the phone was logged into, FRP will lock you out of the phone until you log back in with that account, but the ODIN flash will work

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I have FRP lock and dm-verity verification (DRK) failed i have no idea what to do:(

SM-N920G
I can only install stock/official firmwares but any of them boot because of drk/dm-verity verification,
i cant use OTG,
i already try to install stock witout cache.img ,
I use to fix drk whit root but i cant install it becouse i have frp lock.. and I use to fix FRP Installing Stock Whitout cache.img but it doesnt work this time....
Last time i was using Windows 10, now im using Windows 8 ( Can this be the problem? )also Im using Odin 3.12.3
Im downloading an old firmware right now, help me please
If I wait 72 hours is removed? Even if i cant turn on my phone ?
just try to flash Twrp via odin
I cant flash custom files to my phone because FRP doesnt let me
I can only enter to bootloader and recvery
Use emergency software recovery and initialization on Smart Switch and follow the instructions. It will wipe your data and you will go back to stock, but after that you can flash TWRP and go back to a custom ROM.
http://www.samsung.com/us/smart-switch/
It install but... FRP still on and dm-verity/DRK failed
I'm running out of options
Try wiping data and cache from the stock recovery.
If it doesn't work, you should go to a repair centre
There's also this method, didn't test so I don't know if it works http://www.sammobile.com/unlock/?phone=SM-N920G
just download firmware from sam mobile then enter bootloader and flash it via odin
i did this to my note and worked after it
amr21006 -> I already do that with diferent firmware, and didnt work
I guess im going to take it to the repair center :/
If i wait 72 hours FRP lock reset ?
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What version of Odin are you using? Make sure it's 3.12.*
Sent from my SM-N930F using Tapatalk
Yes it was 3.12.3,
I change my operating system to Win10, Maybe that will help
The last time I was using Windows 10 when i repair it.

Note 5 9200 Problem with FRP

hello i have a note 5 9200 China model, i rooted the phone to installl playstore,
i delet my google account inside and samsung account and reboot the phone to sold it to some one,
but now i cant start the device,
i have an error FRP lock
custom binary locked by FRP lock
and shut down directly
even when i try to dflash stock rom with odin i get
Custom Binary Boot Blocked by FRP Lock
i tryd all roms on sammobile but nothing happends
Need to try and find the rom it came with or make sure it's 100% the China model rom. Once it's working again. Set it up and then access dev options by clicking this 7 times (yours will be listed under different name) and then turn this on
i tryd all the roms on sammobile for my model
but without success
my device is stuck
Try going into android stock recovery and doing a wipe and try again.
i already try it,
even unpack roms and flash singulary files,
i can flash all files but only system not,
i have tryt all system files on sammobile firmware list for my model
i tryd to flash each file separetely on N9200ZHU2A
all files passed but system.img not it continuis fails
can someone help me to flash this last file ? evrythink is working so my recovery is back on place
but system doenst boot and i can flash STOCK roms or System.img of stock roms i have all FRP lock error on all stock roms,
but on N9200ZHU2A-N9200ZZH2AOJ9 all files pass except system.img

custom binary blocked by frp lock j710 fn

Greetings to foroum,
As the title says a clent game this phone with this problem custom binary blocked by frp lock j710 fn . i flashed with odin official firmware it says pass but the still rebbooting with this error. here is screen of the download mode. Any help?
You have Soft Bricked Your Phone.
Download Stock ROM from Sammobile.com
Flash it Using ODIN.
TADA
Ur Problem is Solved.
This Generally Occurs if u lock the boot in developer Options.
As i mentioned above i have already tried it . i download a rom flashed with odin it says passed but the phone restarts in loop saying custom binary blocked by frp lock
does anyone know the correct rom for my phone?
I have also locked my phone by this frp lock
You download your specific country firmware than flash all four file with Odin two time back to back than your problem solve

S6 edge plus custom binary blocked by frp

Hello guys. I'm new to XDA and I'm really tensed about my new s6 edge plus. I got it out of the box, booted it up and everything was working fine until it ran out of battery and shut down. I tried booting it up but it's stuck on the boot screen with an error 'custom binary blocked by frp lock'. I'm able to access the download and the recovery mode but I don't know what to do with it. I did my homework but I don't know how to odin flash or odin reset my device. Please help me out with this guys as i'm using my stupid iPhone to write this right now and I just wanted to switch over to android. Really worried. Looking forward for a reply. Also the model is asian, SM-G928C
Cheers.
you can get into recovery? just full wipe? but I'm having the same problem here but I can't get to recovery. also tried to flash stock firmware and that failed at hidden.img flash. so now I don't even get the "custum binary bloked bij frp lock" error. Im stuck in download mode. but nothing won't flash!! pls if you find a solution.......let me know!!! i'm about to cry!!
Join the PIT file
flash
u r problem
Fixt it, flashed the stockfirmware, reboot my phone in download mode and then flashed the Hidden.img.tar...
Thanks!!
That's good! Did you get the stock firmware from Sammobile for your model? And you odin flashed it right? And also, do you why this locked in the first place? And how to prevent it in future?
[QUOTE=liobeir;64573892]Fixt it, flashed the stockfirmware, reboot my phone in download mode and then flashed the Hidden.img.tar...
Thanks!![/QUOT]
Where you get hidden.img mate?

I'm stuck in download mode after failed flashing(android 7 beta) while FRP enabled

Please help me Im stuck in download mode my phone wont boot after failed odin attemp while FRP is enable.my phone galaxy s7 please help me T_T
What did u flashed ? all 4 files ? FRP doesn't matter if u know your credentials
Yes all 4 files . and now Im stuck in download mode its been 3 days now
Have u tried flashin mm or just n ?
Just flash an mm firmware when your device booted up enable OEM unlock and flash beta N again
Its 100% works
You can find android 6.0 firmware on sammobile.com
I was in marshmallow and then i flashed Andriod N and then it was a failed flash due the OEM lock or FRP enabled.
My device wont boot its completely dead tried everything possible just the download mode..and my S7 wont charge in download mode..what to do ?Please help T_T
Use sammys smartswitch. If your in download mode your fine. Or try odin back to stock.
can i still use odin with FRP enable ?flashing with stock firmware..
Long as you know the Google account the phone was logged into, FRP will lock you out of the phone until you log back in with that account, but the ODIN flash will work

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