Check out the steps below on how to remove your Google account from Factory Reset Protection:
Step 1: Find and select Settings in your Android’s main menu.
Step 2: Select Cloud and Accounts > find and tap on Accounts.
Step 3: Tap on Remove accounts > verify that you want this process to continue when prompted
Without a password, Google lock removal is tricky but possible. The procedure I will use to show you how to remove the FRP lock from your phone is similar to Wi-Fi settings – just a trick with device software which when performed, will result in data loss and as such requires caution while following these steps.
Step 1: On your Home screen on your device, click Apps.
Step 2: Tap Settings > Accounts > Google > the name of your Google account synced on your device.
Step 3: Click More on the top-right corner.
Step 4: Tap Remove Account and confirm it.
The following is not true: enabling OEM unlocking may allow someone to flash custom builds of Android that do not have factory reset protection, but this does not disable the FRP by itself.
You want to remove the FRP lock on your Samsung phone or tablet. Download the patched version of Odin and extract the Zip file to your desktop. Download and install the latest Samsung USB driver on your Windows PC, reboot your system, then start over with this guide from step 1.