Enterprise Enrollment Bypass. Don't waste your time, Google patched it for Chromebooks on Chrome v52





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Published on Sep 11, 2017

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If you're hoping to bypass Enterprise Enrollment on your chromebook, forget about it. Unless you're running some outdated version of chrome OS... ie chrome 40 or something, it's nearly impossible since google has patched the way to bypass Enterprise Enrollment.

1) With the latest version of chromeos firmware, you can no longer get into developers mode if it's been locked out.

2) It's abit pointless to use the bypass method altering the serial key as any future updates to chrome os will render the laptop disabled. What's the point of having a chromebook that's frozen to an old firmware?

So you can try looking at the countless videos/tutorials out their. But I can pretty much guarantee they won't work as google has patched chrome os. Maybe if I'm wrong, you can show me?


I've tried the method above... there is NO WAY to get into developer mode.

I've tested this on a dell chromebook 11 1320. I was unable to succeed using other's walkthroughs.


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