Technically, it’s not easy to bypass the FRP lock on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra SM-S908B—you can’t do it from the device itself and there’s no known exploit out there that will work on this device. However, there are two methods you can use to bypass the lock remotely—one of which is incredibly easy and does not require you to make any changes to your phone at all; just install an app and you’re good to go!
The first thing you’ll need to do is download the SamFirm FRP Tool. This tool is designed specifically for bypassing the FRP lock on the Galaxy S22 Ultra SM-S908B. Once you have downloaded and installed the tool, open it and connect your Galaxy S22 Ultra SM-S908B to your computer via USB. Then follow the instructions on the screen to bypass the FRP lock.
Install Samsung USB Driver
First, you’ll need to install the Samsung USB Driver on your computer. This will allow your computer to recognize your phone when you connect it via USB.
Then, download and extract the FRP bypass tool.
Then, open the bypass tool and enter your phone’s model number (SM-S908B).
Click Start and wait for the process to complete.
Finally, reboot your phone and you should be able to bypass the FRP lock!
Enable USB Debugging
To bypass the FRP lock on your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra SM-S908B, you’ll need to enable USB debugging. To accomplish this, navigate to Settings > About Phone > Software Information and tap on the Build Number seven times. This will enable Developer Options. Then, go to Settings > Developer Options and enable USB Debugging. Now that USB Debugging is enabled, you can connect your phone to a computer and use a FRP bypass tool to remove the lock.
Run ADB Command to Unlock your Device
The FRP bypass process is relatively simple if you have the right tools. You’ll need to run an ADB command to unlock your device. To do this, you’ll first need to download and install the Android SDK Platform Tools. Once you have the platform tools installed, open a command prompt and navigate to the platform-tools folder. From here, type in adb devices to see a list of all connected devices.
Restart Your Phone
The first thing you’ll need to do is restart your phone. Once it’s turned off, press and hold the Power, Volume Up, and Bixby buttons simultaneously. After a few seconds, you should see the Android Recovery screen. Navigate to and select Wipe data/factory reset using the Volume buttons and the Power button. Confirm by selecting Yes, you want to delete all user data. Your phone will now begin the factory reset process and reboot itself.