“I need help! I did a factory reset on my Huawei Y3 II, and now I’m stuck on the FRP page. I can’t remember my email and password! What should I do to reaccess my phone?”
Although the FRP protection is made to guard our devices, it can be a hassle sometimes, especially if you can’t remember the account credentials.
If you’re currently dealing with the FRP Lock on your Huawei Y3 II phone, stop stressing out! On this page, we have provided different ways to perform a Google FRP bypass that works on Huawei Y3 II and all Huawei phone models. Read on!
Solution 1: Huawei Y3 II FRP Bypass via Forgot Password
If you can’t remember the email or password, you can try to change it to bypass the FRP on your Huawei phone. But you can only do this if you have set up a backup email or phone number on the account. If not, then this method won’t work on your phone.
On the FRP verification page, select the Forgot Password option.
You will be redirected to another page. From there, select reset your password and choose where to receive the reset link (email or phone number).
Click the link and set up a new password.
Afterward, return to the FRP verification page and log in using the new password. It should be unlocked right away.
Solution 2: Huawei Y3 II FRP Bypass via Google Keyboard
It may sound impossible, but your phone’s Google keyboard can help bypass the FRP. We will use the Gboard to crack the phone and access the Developer Options and the OEM Unlock. We will use these two options to do a Huawei Y3 II FRP bypass.
This method will only work if you use the Gboard as your default keyboard.
Tap the space for the email on the Google verification page to bring out the keyboard.
Long press “@” to open the keyboard Settings.
From there, select Help & Feedback, then tap Google Keyboard.
Select and hold any text on the screen until some options appear. Choose the Web Search option and type “Settings” on the search bar.
Tick the About Phone option, then tap Build Number seven times. You should see the Developer Options prompt after that.
Return to the Settings menu; open Developer Options, then turn on OEM Unlocking. Press the back button twice and restart your phone. The FRP lock should be gone after that.