Comio X1 Frp Unlock (Google Account Manager) Oreo 8.1/8.0 Without Pc

Here we will guide on how to bypass the FRP lock or remove Google account on Comio X1. FRP, popularly known as Factory Reset Protection program, is an additional data protection feature for all Android users. It was first introduced in Android 5.1 Lollipop. Supported Model No: Comio X1

Step by Step guide to Reset FRP and bypass google account on Mi if You own Mi Smartphone having FRP/[This Device associate with Existing google account issue] then You can Fix it by Following the Below guide

Comio X1 Frp Unlock

What is FRP/Factory Reset Protection:

Factory Reset Protection (FRP), is a security feature on Android devices with Lollipop 5.1 and higher. FRP is automatically activated when you set up a Google™ Account on your device. Once FRP is activated, it prevents use of a device after a factory data reset, until you log in using a Google username.

Let’s say, you forgot Google Account ID/ password (Gmail), or you have purchased a second-hand phone either online or via some third-party source. When you perform factory data reset on your Comio X1,  you will be greeted with the message “This device was reset, to continue to sign in with a google account that was previously synced on this device”, meaning that the phone is useless unless they bypass the Google account. Which mean’s you are in trouble unless you have this guide to bypass FRP lock or remove Google account on Comio X1.

We are working to solve many Google Account locked issues, many users contacted us to ask for their FRP Remove solution for Comio X1 many other Devices.

What’s the real Story?

So, We decided to make a “100% Free Unlock FRP Method” to help those users having problems like: Forget Google Accountor Gmail ID and Password.

They are unaware of their Gmail ID and password, have forgotten their Google account password, are using a used phone, and are unaware of their phones’ Gmail or Google accounts.

Why FRP lock is appearing on your phone?

This Unlock FRP method was tested on “Comio X1 ”“Redmi 6”, Ascend Mate8, Mi Y1 and many other Honor  Mobile Phones with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and Lollipop 5.0.1, Nougat 7.0 & Oreo 8.1/8.0.

After a hard or soft reset to your Comio X1 Phone, or for any reason, you are seeing this message on your Comio X1 Phone screen: “This device was reset.” “To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced on this device.” sign”Toreset.”screenseeingreason,Phone,

Unlocking Process

  1.  Select this options Use My Google Account Instead.
  2. If back space not option any language setting than go back and select hindi      language after going to fill the gmail space than again tab space button to open the lanuage setting than add the english Add keyboard than again move to the main changing langauge page than select English Language .
  3. Than Move to the Help & Feedback Open.
  4. Search App info And Select (Delete or disable apps on Android) Open.
  5. Click Link (Tap to go applications Settings.) Than Open.
  6. Than open Chrome To Download All applictions Apk.
  7. Very important Install Theme Apex Launcher to open all Functions.

Comio X1 Oreo 8.0/8.1 Frp Unlock File Download 

File Size: 2.1 MB

Apex Launcher by officialroms.apk

File Size: 2.1 MB

quickshortcut by officialroms.com.apk

File Size: 8.0 MB

Google account manager 6.0.1 by officialroms.apk

File Size: 1.5 MB

FRP Bypass by officialroms.com.apk

This Unlock FRP Method for “Comio X1” is easy and 100% FREE:

For this “Google Account Bypass Method,” you don’t need a computer, laptop, or PC. All you need is a Wi-Fi connection.

Let’s Do THIS:

We will show you each and every step with the help of images. So, make sure to follow every step, and for your help, we will post the images as well for each step to completely deactivate or remove FRP (Factory Reset Protection) from your device.

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I'm Golu Sharma, and I've been around for 25 years. I was born and raised in Haldwani, Uttarakhand, India, and I now work as a web developer, designer, digital marketer, and tech lover. As a computer science major, I like sharing my knowledge by writing guides, patches, and reviews covering anything from OS customizations to third-party programmes and software.

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