If you have already performed the factory reset and forgotten your Google credentials, Android Fastboot Reset is the tool for you. You can now download the latest version of Android Fastboot Reset Tool v1.2 for latest devices. But, before getting on to how to use this tool, let us first understand what it really is.
Android Fastboot Reset Tool
The Android Fastboot Reset Tool is a simple software tool that allows you to bypass the factory reset protection lock from all Android devices featuring Qualcomm, Spreadtrum and MediaTek. It can also be used to remove Micromax FRP, Lenovo FRP, HTC FRP, Yuforia FRP, Xiaomi FRP, Moto FRP and more. It enables you to bypass the Google Account Lock from all your Android devices including smartphones and tablets via Fastboot Mode and its various counterparts. Additionally, it also allows you to open command prompt, enter Emergency download mode and check device details.
Steps to Install Android Fastboot Tool v1.2 Version
You can download the latest Android Fastboot Reset Tool v1.2 version for free from links provided by various online sites like Get Droid Tips and XDA ROM. You can then install the Fastboot tool by following the given steps –
- Go to the download section.
- Extract the downloaded zip file.
- Click to open the Android Fastboot.exe file
You have successfully installed the Android Fastboot Tool version v1.2. However, you will also need to download compatible USB drivers to use the app the Fastboot tool on your smartphone. Also, download the Android Fastboot Reset Tool on your PC and similarly install it by following the above steps. Run Android Fastboot Reset Tool V1.2.exe as an administrator. Now boot into the Fastboot mode on your phone.
- Turn off your Android smartphone.
- Press together power button along with the volume down button.
- Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable.
- Now, go to the earlier opened command prompt window.
- Type in the requisite character among the displayed number/alphabet and press Enter.
- It will either automatically reboot your device or reboot manually.
You are now good to go and can now run all the Android Fastboot Reset tool functions on your Android smartphone/tablets. Hope you found this article helpful. In case you did, do support us and stay tuned to TechThirsty for all the latest tech updates.