Redmi 13C FRP Bypass Tool Free 100% Tested

In this tutorial, we will guide you through the latest method to bypass Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on your Redmi 13C device running Android 13 with the latest security patch (2024), using the TFT MTP Tool. This tool enables you to access and manage your device's settings, allowing you to successfully bypass FRP and regain access to your device.

Note: Please keep in mind that FRP bypass methods may vary depending on device models and software versions. This tutorial is for educational purposes only, and I don't recommend using it for unauthorized access or illegal activities.

FRP Bypass Process: Step-By-Step Guide

  1. Download and install the TFT MTP Tool on your PC. Download Here
  2. Connect the phone to the PC, MTP port will be detected in Device Manager, Launch the TFT MTP Tool, go to the FUNCTIONS tab, and click on [MTP]Read Info.

  3. Connect your phone to the internet then Click on [MTP]Browser(Youtube)

  4. A prompt will appear on your phone, Press "View" on the device screen to open the browser app, Browser will be opened, Type, Open "Setting" and select "Apps"

  5. Search "YouTube" and open it, select the "Additional settings in the app" option.

  6. Select "About", Tap the "Help" option, and Click the three vertical dots ().

  7. Select "Share article" tap the "ShareMe" option from the overflow menu, Install the "ShareMe" and "Activity Launcher" apps on another phone, Open "ShareMe" on the second device, and tap the "Receive" button.

  8. Tap the device name and wait for the devices to establish a connection, On the second phone, use "ShareMe" to send the "Activity Launcher" app to the first phone, Install the Activity Launcher app on the first phone, Launch the "Activity Launcher" app.

  9. Type "Second Space" in the search field, select the "Second space fingerprint" option, and Tap the "Skip" button to go Home screen, Done! Reboot your device to complete the FRP bypass process.
After the device reboots, the FRP bypass process should be complete, and you should have access to the device without the previous Google account restrictions.

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