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Custom binary blocked by frp lock

Resurrector

Newbie
May 20, 2017
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I rooted my device and flashed twrp recovery and flashed a rom named ghakop rom. It was working fine , but the brightness could not be lessened so I thought maybe rebooting the phone might do something,but after I rebooted my phone at the boot logo top right corner it said custom binary blocked by frp lock and switched off. I tried using Odin and download mode but whatever I do it says fail!
I downloaded the rom from Sam mobile website ,it had five files saying BL,AP,CP,CSC,HOME and I don't know which file to put in which so I tried putting BL in BL and ap in ap and cp in cp and tried putting CSC in CSC and tried putting home in CSC ,I tried even using pit file also not working. Whenever I put CSC it come pit fail, whenever I put home it says bootloader fail .
This is a gift from my parents and I don't want to lose it so please help me out!
Oh and btw I switched on the OEM unlock after flashing the ghakop rom.
I will be grateful to who ever helps me out!
 
Are you sure you downloaded the correct firmware?

What is your complete model number?
Usually when you download firmware from Sammobile, you unzip the file and only check the AP slot and load the file there. Flashing instructions are at the bottom of the download page.
  yeah I downloaded the correct firmware

And my model number is sm-g610f/DD

Oh okay

It had five files I will upload the pic of the five files and plz tell me if I should use all the five or just the ap file
 
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  yeah I downloaded the correct firmware
And my model number is sm-g610f/DD
Oh okay
It had five files I will upload the pic of the five files and plz tell me if I should use all the five or just the ap file
 

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