Here you will learn to disable FRP or Factory Reset Protection. Why do you want to disable the FRP? If your device is powered with Android Lollipop and above version then your system is armed with this feature.
The FRP is simply a protection feature introduced on Android Lollipop to keep your data secure from outsider that could possible stole your device.
The mechanism is simpy, once you perform a factory reset your Android 5.0 Lollipop device, you will be asked to fill your Google account to verify that the one who has made factory reset is truly you. At this phase you are facing the Factory Reset Protection or FRP.
Sometimes we forget the Google account, if that happens, the phone will stop booting instead it will show only the screen asking you to verify your account.
Here is the FRP looks like.
So to prevent you from encountering the Factory Reset Protection lock screen then follow the complete guides from this post.
How to disable FRP lock to avoid Factory Reset Lock on Android
The tutorials using Samsung Galaxy interface, however they can be applied on any Android Lollipop and newer version of Android operating system, just follow them.