I own an Alcatel VDF 300 which was factory reset but after reboot, the phone stuck at the setup screen, can't pass the Wi-Fi selection step, where it searches account information on the server. It sticks there even after hours of searching.
I searched on the Internet and found solutions for bypassing the FRP but none worked.
- The one using an OTG USB drive didn't work because it seems like it is disabled
- The one bringing the browser to connect to a site and install the Dev Settings so that I can reset the phone from the Settings (works on Samsung though) by exploiting the keyboard didn't work either simply because there is no way to do so.
Is there a way to bypass FRP on Marshmallow? Does flashing a new ROM remove the FRP?
PS: The phone is an MTK (MT6585 - I guess) and runs Android Marshmallow (6.0). I've consulted How to bypass “Verify your account” (Factory Reset Protection) already, but none of those methods work.