There is a video guide embedded below on how to bypass FRP on Safaricom Neon Lite with Miracle Thunder but I’ll provide a quick written guide to achieve the same in case you’re short on data or have a sketchy internet connection.

First things first, tools you are gonna need:

  • Miracle Thunder ( I am using version 3.19).

That’s it, that’s all the software you need but do note that the version you’re using needs to support flashing iTel A23. Wait, what? I thought this was about Neon Lite! Well, it is and that’s what we are going to be working on. See thing is, Safaricom Branded Phones are mostly sold in Kenya and a few other countries where Safaricom provides its services. We therefore need to get creative and find other ways to flash Safaricom Branded since they are not supported out the box by most flash tools.

Ok, so what’s the deal with iTel A23?

A quick google search will reveal that both Neon Lite and iTel A23 use the same Spreadtrum SoC and in theory, using iTel A23 boot files (which are built into Miracle Thunder) to flash Neon Lite should work without a hitch. I tested that theory so that you wouldn’t have to. You’re welcome.

Without further ado, here is the quick fix:

  1. Power off your device (duh).
  2. Fire up Miracle Thunder and Select the SPD tab
  3. On the Brand section, select iTel and Model section Select iTel A23.
  4. At this point, if you need to confirm my theory, perform a harmless action like Readinfo and see if it works (if you are not using Miracle Jig, you need to press volume up before inserting USB cable to connect device the flash tool).
  5. Select Frp Reset, hit Start Button, connect device to PC and wait until you see “Done”. Once Miracle Thunder clears FRP, the device will reboot. If it doesn’t, pull out the battery, reinsert and boot.

Read: How to disable Payjoy on D.light m100.

That’s all the steps there is to it. If anything posted above is unclear, see the video tutorial below for a comprehensive guide. Adios.

Video link here.

Harvey J

About the author: Tech enthusiast, front-end developer, coder and a seemingly well adjusted guy. It, however, goes without saying that looks can be deceiving.

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