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Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, not without knowing the Google account used. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen if you do it this way (which is not always avoidable) is the phone will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market. As long as you know the issue is moot, thankfully.
-Refer to [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset. The timing is tricky.
+Refer to [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset. The timing is tricky, so expect more then one try being needed if you never did it before.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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-Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, it isn’t a direct use the phone setup these days. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen is it will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market. As long as you know the issue is moot, thankfully.
+Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, not without knowing the Google account used. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen if you do it this way (which is not always avoidable) is the phone will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market. As long as you know the issue is moot, thankfully.
Refer to [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset. The timing is tricky.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, it isn’t a direct use the phone setup these days. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen is it will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market. As long as you know the issue is moot, thankfully.
-Refer to [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset.
+Refer to [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset. The timing is tricky.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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-Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, it isn’t a direct use the phone setup these days. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen is it will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market.
+Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, it isn’t a direct use the phone setup these days. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen is it will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market. As long as you know the issue is moot, thankfully.
Refer to [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, it isn’t a direct use the phone setup these days. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen is it will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market.
-Refer tp [https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset.
+Refer to [link|https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset.

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Aporte original por: Nick ,

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Yes, and no. Yes, you can if you can get into recovery mode but no, it isn’t a direct use the phone setup these days. For quite some time, Google FRP has been around and what will happen is it will ask for the Google account. Normally this is not an issue if you know it, but it causes a lot of grief with the used market.

Refer tp [https://www.hardreset.info/devices/huawei/huawei-p20-lite/recovery-mode/|this page] for instructions on performing the reset.

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