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As Android OS is updated by Google after some interval, it always comes with some new and interesting developments for users. Among several, one of the highlighted developments was the Google verification process during the factory reset of the device that was added to the Android version of Lollipop.

 

This is just a step forward in keeping your device safe. The problem occurs when the device is running on the Lollipop version and you want to reset your device.

 

That’s when the problem begins and users are faced with one of the most common error messages “This device has been reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced to this device. ”

 

If you also experience the same problem, this error message may prevent you from accessing your device.

 

So, let’s find out how to fix the “This device has been reset” error on Android by reading this blog even more. But before that, I also want you to show what users have reported about their own experience with the same problem.

Hello,

I bought a new Nexus 6 with my Google account and it was doing great. A friend of mine wanted to try it out for a few days, so we did a physical reset and my friend used Gmail to set it up. After he returned it to me, I restarted again to make sure my friends’ data was gone.

Now, when I start the device, it asks for the language, the wifi connection and asks me to login with a Google account previously synchronized with the device. My friend and I try to use our accounts, but the phone keeps coming back to the wifi screen. I’m stuck in this cycle we wait 3 days while I read on the internet it is a security feature in Android 5.1, but it still hasn’t solved the problem.

Please advice what can I do?

thanks

 

What is “This device has been reset.

To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced to this device ”

Google’s verification is known as factory reset protection (FRP) on Android is added by Google’s Android operating system (Lollipop 5.0). This must be enabled, and after that, whenever you attempt to factory reset your device, you will need to confirm it.

In order to better understand the situation, imagine that your device is lost and is now in someone’s hand. You have set a password or PIN to lock the device, but that person does a factory reset of the device and it is accessible again.

To overcome this situation, Google created this new feature in which users cannot reset factory settings until they verify the account. This feature is added after Android 5.0 OS. This is where FRP comes to users, and now accessing other devices is not an easy task, as whenever you try to reset the phone to its original configuration, you will receive a message saying “This device has been reset to continue accessing your Google account that was previously synchronized on this device ”.

After that, the entire device becomes useless. Several users have reported this problem, especially those who have purchased a phone from a third party and do not know them. Every time they try to access the device, but end up with blocked FRP message.

This is really a serious problem for many users, as they are unknown and completely helpless.

What are the steps to enable FRP on Android?
Keep in mind that whenever you add a Google account to your phone, the FRP will be added on its own. To add a Google Account, follow the steps below that you must follow:

Go to Settings> Account> Add and account> Google. Now enter the username and password to add

When you want to disable FRP, you need to remove your Google account.

That is why:

Go to Settings> Accounts> Google and choose the added account and look for the “Remove account” option in the upper right corner

However, if you see, there is still no manual step offered to disable protection. Until that time, you can follow the steps above to remove protection from the device.

Whenever you think about selling or donating your phone, remember a few things before you do the factory reset:

Set your phone’s lock security to None
Then, remove all Google Accounts from your phone
Here, if you want to do a complete reset of your device, just do so without checking your account. You can easily sign in to your Google account without any error messages.

But when the phone got stuck in the error message “Confirm your account, this device has been reset”, it is necessary to ignore it.

What are the ways to get around “This device has been reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced to this device ”

There is no doubt that many users forget their password after factory resetting the device and how to fix the problem is really a big challenge.

But there are some ways that can help you get rid of the message you are encountering. Here the mentioned methods can be used for any Android device like Samsung, Alcatel, Nexus, LG, HTC and others ..

Method 1:

Fix FRP through the OEM Unlocking feature
Whenever you come across this message, then since you must try this method. It may work for you to ignore the Google Account verification error.

Step 1: When an FRP page occurs that informs the Google account entry, press and hold @ on the keyboard, unless a window appears

Step 2: Click on “Google Keyboard Settings“ ”

Step 3: In the upper right corner, click on three points and select “Help and feedback”. Then choose any item at random and press long to copy the text. A web search icon will appear in the upper right corner, just tap the icon and type “Settings” in the search field

Step 4: here you will access the Settings application. Now go to “Developer options” (click on “Build Number” 7 times if you cannot see “Developer options”) and leave “OEM Unlocking”

Step 5: Finally, press the “Power” button and your phone will restart. Now, when you set up your phone, you will receive “Add your account” instead of the FRP page. After doing this, you can easily access your device

Method 2:

Use the FRP Bypass APK to correct Google account verification
To correct “the device has been reset“, you can also work with the FRP Ignore APK to delete the message. Several tools are available to ignore the message on different devices.

Follow the steps below to remove your Google account:

Step 1: First, you must select FRP Bypass app, as there are several of them like Pangu FRP Bypass APK, FRP Bypass APK etc.

Step 2: on the USB drive, download the tool

Step 3: Now connect your phone to the USB drive using the OTG cable and install the APK. Once the tool is installed, you can go to Settings and delete everything along with your Google account

Method 3:

Fix “This device has been reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced to this device’s message by resetting the device
Step 1: After checking the account page, go back and select Wlan Network and add a new network

Step 2: Here you must enter some random characters in the SSID of the network, then press and hold those characters, select Share

Step 3: When pop-up occurs, press Gmail for a long time and the information from the Gmail app will be visible. Then select Notification> Application settings

Step 4: After that, select Manage account from the three dot icon and the notification below will be displayed. Then click Continue to enter Settings

Step 5: here in Settings, select Backup and reset> Factory data reset. After that, your phone will remove the Google account

NOTE – You may know that Google always comes with some new updates, so this method may not work with new versions. But you must try once to ignore the error.

Bonus tip:

How to bypass the lock screen on Android using the Android unlock tool
There are several third-party software that can help you fix the lock screen on Android phones. In this situation, you can use the Android Unlock tool, which can help you to remove the lock screen without data loss.

This is one of the best programs to unlock any Android phone easily and without losing data. Regardless of the types of locks you have placed on your phone, this software has the ability to unlock screen locks, such as PIN, passwords, pattern and fingerprints.

Conclusion

So, this is how you can easily bypass Google Account Verification on your Android phone or fix “This device has been reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced to this device. ” Using the above methods you can correct the error on any Android device.

Although you can obtain several other fixes for the error “This device has been reset”, but I hope that the solutions mentioned in this blog will help you to deal with the situation.

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