Remove Google Lock FRP on Android 11 Devices – Albviral

Remove Google Lock FRP on Android 11 Devices

Android has evolved and it keeps releasing newer versions. The new model that is still to be released will be Android 11.

Albviral has a lot of tutorials and articles how to remove Google Lock FRP on Android Devices Starting from Android 5.1.1 to Android 10. This article is about Removing Google Lock on Android 11 Devices such as:

Remove Google Lock FRP on Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Remove Google Lock FRP on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus
Remove Google Lock FRP on Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Remove Google Lock FRP on Samsung Galaxy S20
Remove Google Lock FRP on Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite
Remove Google Lock FRP on Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
Remove Google Lock FRP on Samsung Galaxy S20 5G
Remove Google Lock FRP on Google Pixel 4
Remove Google Lock FRP on Google Pixel 4 XL
Remove Google Lock FRP on Google Pixel 3
Remove Google Lock FRP on Google Pixel 3a
Remove Google Lock FRP on Google Pixel 3 XL
Remove Google Lock FRP on Google Pixel 3a XL
Remove Google Lock FRP on One Plus 8
Remove Google Lock FRP on One Plus 8a

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For now, Android 11 is not released yet but there is beta version for everyone who wants to test it.

As for Pixels, all of Google’s phones aside from the first-gen Pixel and Pixel XL can run the Android 11 Beta. If you have an eligible device, here’s how to install the build right now. Alternatively, you can use the Android Flash Tool to manually flash the beta build to your Pixel.

Albviral is working on a method to remove Google lock on these devices and others that are expected to get upgraded with Android 11.

Google has since pulled the video, but that could simply mean that it’s not ready to announce the date yet – not that it’s wrong.

In any case, after Android 11 launches, different smartphone brands will have their devices eligible for the finished Android 11 update slowly over time. The OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro were the first non-Google smartphones which came with Android 10 in the box, but it could be a different company for Android 11.

Not all smartphone manufacturers upgrade immediately, however, and it will likely be some time in 2021 before all smartphones that can upgrade, have had the upgrade made available.

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