#1[TUTORIAL] How to Bypass Google Account Verification FRP 2018
#2Bypass FRP Google Account lock on Galaxy S7 Edge, S7, S6 Edge plus
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Account verification was first introduced to Twitter in June 2009. After this, other major sites and social media companies followed suit. Google+ and Facebook introduce it in August 2011 and February 2012. Instagram followed a couple of years later in December 2014, and Pinterest in June 2015. In July 2016, Twitter announced that any individual could apply for account verification. This was a change from the feature is only for public figures to now being for everyone. In April 2018, Mark Zuckerberg announced a new rule with regards to advertising. Purchasers of political or issue-based advertisements will need to undergo a verification process. This is to verify their identities and locations. He also indicated that the same will apply to those who manage large Facebook pages. In May 2018, Kent Walker, Senior Vice President of Google, announced the same rule in the United States.
Google introduced a new feature in the 5.1 Android OS update for smartphones. The new feature was Factory Reset Protection or FRP for short. This requires the Google account credentials registered on the phone to reset it. While this was good for added security, it also introduced some problems. One such case is when buying used smartphones from third-party sellers. This will prove to be a problem for buyers of these used devices. Especially if the original owner did not do a factory before selling their phones. It is for this reason that methods on how to bypass Google verification became popular. People were looking for ways to bypass Google accounts that were in the phone that they bought.