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    Default Samsung Galaxy S7

    I lost this phone some time back, and have recently found it. I did a factory re-set as 90% of the data was irrelevant. Now I can't get past the "Verifying Your Account" screen. It asks me to log on to a google account that was previously synced on this device. I tried all that, including re-setting the password, but I cannot get past it.

    Does anyone know of a method to get this phone working again?
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    You should be able to do something by logging in to your Google account online and dissociating it from your account.

    I just logged in to mine and its under "Manage Devices"


    That's the link for me logged in.

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    Logging into my google account was one of the first things I tried but it does not show on my account at all.
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    Factory reset or forced hard reset? , it happened to me once , had to force a hard reset before I could reuse phone

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    how do you perform the forced hard reset. I may have already done that.
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    Go on youtube and search for S7 frp bypass, there's a few solutions there.

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    None of the above solutions seem to work. I've just wasted half a day. I'm now looking for less than polite solutions. edit: A hard reset appears to have been the beginning of my probs.
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