I have a brand new Samsung J6, worked without problems for a few days and suddenly got stuck on the Samsung logo when powering on. Managed to enter the recovery menu and delete the cache partition, after which the phone started, but the touchscreen wasn't working. I tried restarting in Safe Mode, but the problem persisted. After that, I went back to the recovery menu and did a factory reset. Touchscreen still not responding to any input.
I contacted my carrier to send the phone for service, but they require the phone to be unlinked from a Google account (basically, Factory Reset Protection). As far as I know, FRP won't trigger if you perform the factory reset from the settings app on the phone, but that's not an option due to the non functional touchscreen.
I've been looking at what the Google console offers, but there doesn't seem to be a way to decouple the phone from the account, it's mostly to deal with lost or stolen devices. I tried the remote wipe feature on another phone, but that still triggers FRP.
Linked account is part of G Suite, though I don't think there's any special phone management system in use.
Is there a page where I can tell Google to stop associating that particular phone to my account?
I've found nothing of the sort in the following pages: