Difference Between FRP Lock and Reactivation Lock
Here we revealing the Difference Between FRP Lock and Reactivation Lock, Many of the Latest Android Phones like Samsung HTC Sony are Stuck on Some activation Screen asking ID and password , some of them are asking Google Account and Samsung Phone asking Reactivation Lock ID & password, so people identified its something like apple iCloud Lock, here today we have the detailed information and Clarification.
|Reactivation Lock||FRP Lock|
|Available on Samsung Devices Only||Available on Samsung also other Android Devices|
|Available From KitKat 4.4||Available From Loli Pop 5.1|
|Samsung Account is Needed to Enable Reactivation Lock||Only Google Account is Needed|
|Available on Selected Samsung Devices||Available on All Loli Pop Devices|
|Samsung Account Login Needed if SIM Changed||No Login Require if SIM Changed|
|Device Location can be Trace in case of Lost or Stolen||Not Available|
|Previously setup Samsung Account is Needed to activate the device if Unauthorized activity or
Unauthorised factory reset Detected
|Previously setup Google Account is Needed to activate the device if device factory Reset|
|Protection to Device Lost or Stolen||Protection to Device Flashing and Software Changing|
|Developed by Samsung||Developed by Google|
|Reactivation Removal Service is Not Free
|FRP Unlocking is FREE
Almost All Difference Between FRP Lock and Reactivation Lock is Described Above – Please Let us Know By Commenting Below if You Found More info.
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