Tag Archives: FRP

Sony qUnlockTool Download

We have updated the download link to the most current version of the qUnhlockTool.Please download it here – https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EtFWjjp2NxIB4l7HBHjeXmvbYyvEnPzj/view?usp=sharing The qUnlockTool is used for removing the sim lock, FRP and bootloader unlock in some circumstances. If you are using for bootloader unlock please ensure you have read the following post from XDA developers before proceeding […]

AQUA Dongle A.I.O Module V1.7

AQUA Dongle A.I.O Module V1.7

Big update for Aqua dongle has launched. Samsung and MTK support has been added. Added Unlimited Code Calculation for Alcatel Mediatek 2g DevicesAdded 1300+ Pid and Secro Database Enabled Mediatek Android Module Beta SupportAdded Write Scatter Support Debrick, Repair, Flash Latest Soc Custom Flash Any Single Partition without full FwOption to Format All + DownloadSigned Devices Supported, […]

Unlocking & Servicing Huawei Made Simple

HCU Client Huawei Unlocking FRP

With Huawei unlocking codes now taking longer and the increasing popularity of devices such as the excellent P9, a reliable and fast unlocking service is becoming even more important! The new HCU Client is hear to do just that, a simple to use PC application that allows you to unlock, reset FRP, read boot loader […]

Micro-Box HTC PRO CABLE 2 (2016 Edition) Launched

Micro-Box HTC PRO CABLE 2 (2016 Edition)

The Micro-Box team have released a new advanced cable for servicing and unlocking HTC models new and old. A simple plug in USB cable enables the following functions: Read Phone Info, Direct Unlock, Remove Locks: Pattern, Password, Pin, Remove Google Account(s), Write Flash, Repair Imei, Reboot in different states, Permanent Root/Superuser, Temporary Root/Superuser, Write Recovery, […]

Google Factory Reset Protection FRP Explained

Google Factory Reset Protection

To help beef up device security and to compete with Apples iCloud lock Google introduced Factory Reset Protection aka FRP with Android 5.1. You can set up your device to prevent other people from using it if it has been reset to factory settings without your permission. For example, if your device is lost, stolen […]