Removing Find my iPhone/Activation Lock


Removing 'Find my iPhone' from an Apple device

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Click on your Apple ID (your name) at the top.
  3. Click iCloud
  4. Scroll down and click Find My Phone
  5. Turn off by moving the green switch to the left.
  6. Enter your Apple ID password (you will need Wi-Fi or 4G for this to work).

Removing Google activation and Samsung Factory Reset Protection (FRP)

Removing your Google activation lock from device settings on your phone

Depending on the exact model of the Android phone, the steps to remove your Google account may differ slightly. The general steps listed below should allow you to remove your Google account from your phone, but some phones may skip some of the steps.

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap Accounts or Users & Accounts.
  3. Select the account type, which in this case would be Google.
  4. Tap the email address.
  5. Tap the menu icon (three vertical dots) on the top right-hand corner.
  6. Tap Remove account.
  7. Confirm by tapping Remove account again.

Removing your Samsung FRP from your device.

The Samsung reactivation lock is available on all Samsung phone running Lollipop 5.1 or higher. The setting may be referred to as the Factory reset protection (FRP).

Follow the directions below that most closely mirror your phone:

Removing the factory reset protection (FRP)

These steps are applicable to most Samsung devices.

  1. On the phone's home screen, tap Apps.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Tap on Accounts.
  4. Tap on the account you wish to remove.
  5. Select More in the top right corner of the screen.
  6. Tap on Remove Account.

Your Samsung factory reset protection has now been removed.