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I have successfully flashed the eng boot.img via Samsung tool pro but after switching it on adb is still not active. I saw a post that claims I should load the official firmware to remove oem lock I have successfully done that but OEM is still locked. Please any solution is highly appreciated.

P.S the phone is SM-J737P refine edition.

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And also all bypass solution on YouTube are not working to me.

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The only solution i can think of is a method i personally discovered a few years back that has been adopted by other people and nicknamed "Pre-Hacked" ...

First you need to download a Hex Editor..

The firmware must not be encrypted...

  • Open your System or Firmware file in the Hex Editor, This may take a while...

  • Search for # begin build properties

  • Once found, you have located the Build.prop start.

  • Scroll through the build.prop, ( After "begin build properties" )

  • Find ( ro.frp.pst=/ )

  • Change the line to have a # before it ( Comment the line out )

    ro.frp.pst=/ to # ro.frp.pst=/

Now you have removed FRP by breaking the crucial property that tells FRP the whereabouts of your FRP Partition.

  • Save the file as a new file with the applied changes to Build.prop
  • thanks but a samsung firmware has various section{ AP BL CSC CP} so which am are opening exactly? – peter Oluwatimilehin Apr 21 at 15:56
  • and please can you give me a link to afree hex editor all are paid – peter Oluwatimilehin Apr 21 at 16:03
  • Heres my favourite ( HxD ) ... mh-nexus.de/en/hxd – Gadget Guru Apr 21 at 19:28
  • Try all files... One of them holds the system. – Gadget Guru Apr 21 at 19:29
  • thanks a lot i have search through the hex editior but i can not find the # begin build properties i can find begin. build separately but not together please help me – peter Oluwatimilehin Apr 22 at 5:12

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