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Motorola Nexus 6 // Google Pixel XL // Android 7.x.x Nougat FRP Lock Bypass

Discussion in 'Clean Cert, QCN & FRP' started by Admin, Jan 8, 2017.

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    Nexus 6, Nexus 6p, Nexus 5X And Google Pixe FRP, Verify Google Account Bypass Android 7.0, 7.1, 7.1.1
    Apex launcher-3.1.0.apk
    Droid info
    Frp Bypass App
    Quick Shortcut Maker

    Google Account Manager:
    Google Account Manager 6.0
    Google Account Manager 7.1.1
    Google Account Manager 7.1
    Google Account Manager 7.0

    Terminals:
    Android Terminal Emulator
    Termux App For Android

    Dirtycow:
    dirtycow(arm64-v8a)
    dirtycow(armeabi)
    dirtycow(armeabi-v7a)
    dirtycow(mips)
    dirtycow(mips64)
    dirtycow(x86)
    dirtycow(x86_64)

    ======================================================
    STEPS:
    • Start from a fresh factory restart
    • Tap Vision Settings
    • Enable TalkBack
    • Hold both Volume buttons to enable TalkBack after the tutorial has closed and then swipe on the screen Down + Right.
    • Double tap Text-to-Speech Settings then hold both Volume buttons to turn TalkBack off.
    • Swipe in from the left edge to display a hidden Settings menu and tap Settings Home.
    • Scrol down and go in apps
    • Press Three DOT and press Show system
    • Find Drive and DISABLE it.
    • Find Google Account Manager and trun off Modify system settings
    • Go back and connect to Wifi network.
    • Go back and open About phone.
    • Open Legal information Then Click Open source licenses and Allow it.
    • Open any statments and press and word Press three DOT and press ASSIST.
    • Type C in Search and open Chorme.
    • Open Gsm Marhaba link in Chorme and Download Required Apps.
    • After Downloading Apps Go in google search again and Type D and open Downloads.
    • Install Apex Launcher And open it you'll got Home screen access.
    • Again Open Downloads and install Droid Info App and open it and go in System Tab to check Dirtycow Info. See Instruction Sets.
    • Again open Downloads and Rename dirtycow(xxxxx) To dirtycow.
    • Install Terminal-Emulator.apk and then open the app.
    • Type the following commands EXACTLY as I have them, one at a time, followed by Enter:
    Open Terminal Emulator:
    1. cd ~
    2. cat /sdcard/Download/dirtycow > dirtycow
    3. touch file
    4. chmod 777 *
    5. ./dirtycow
    For 32Bit Devices:
    6. ./dirtycow /system/priv-app/GoogleLoginService/oat/arm/GoogleLoginService.odex file
    For 64Bit Devices:
    6. ./dirtycow /system/priv-app/GoogleLoginService/oat/arm64/GoogleLoginService.odex file

    Open New Window:
    1. cd ~
    2. cat /sdcard/Download/gam6.apk > gam6.apk
    3. touch file
    4. chmod 777 *
    5. ./dirtycow /system/priv-app/GoogleLoginService/GoogleLoginService.apk gam6.apk

    STEPS:
    • Back out of Terminal Emulator and Open up Downloads and install Google Account Manager 7.X.X .
    • Open up Settings again Scroll down and open up the Apps section Find Google Account Manager Open and disable it.
    • Open up Downloads again and install Google Account Manager 7.X.X again.
    • Open up Settings again Scroll down and open up the Apps section Find com.google.android.gsf.login and Uninstall it.
    • Congratulations you Google Account Manager 7.X.X has uninstalled.
    • Open up Downloads again and install Google Account Manager 6.0.
    • Launch FRP Bypass App and login with any Google Account.
    • After login open up Downloads again and install Google Account Manager 7.X.X.
    • Restart your device.
    Congratulations its Done.......!!

    Br
     
    #1 Admin, Jan 8, 2017
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2017

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