OnePlus Nord 2T 5G ‘This device was reset. to continue to sign in with a google account that was previously synced on this device‘ an issue/warning shows on your phone. That means OnePlus Nord 2T 5G is Factory Reset and locked to a Google™ Account (Google FRP is activated). It prevents the use of a device after a factory data reset until you log in using the same username. But by following the below Tutorial you can fix yourself.
What is Google FRP Lock?
FRP, or Factory Reset Protection, is a security feature designed to prevent unauthorized access to an Android device after it has been reset to factory settings. When FRP is enabled, it requires the user to enter the Google account credentials that were previously used on the device in order to set it up again after a factory reset. This helps prevent someone from resetting your device and using it without your permission.
Why does it Happen?
FRP is a useful feature for protecting your device and data, but it can also cause problems if you don’t remember the Google account credentials that were previously used on the device. If your device has been lost or stolen and has been Factory Data Reset in an untrusted environment, this will trigger the FRP lock.
Note: Please Backup You All Userdata.
Follow Steps to bypass FRP lock on OnePlus Nord 2T 5G:
- Install USBDK and Mediatek Driver on your computer
- Download & Run ROM2Box.exe
- from the very first screen mark ‘bypass FRP lock
- Click the ‘START‘ button
- Once the process started, turn the phone OFF, Now together Press Volume up + down key & Insert USB, Once Phone detected Immediate Release key (test Point Require in some cases)
- once finished
- disconnect device
- again connect the device once charging started unplug and Switch it ON