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It's VERY LIKELY that when you re-enroll during the process it will notify Google Admin Console (GAC) that your Chromebook has re-enrolled with OS verification off.

• so yeah, don't use this nor' fakemurk either, you're better off using terraOS

What you'll need

  • A currently un-enrolled Chromebook
  • A brain; note that it has to be competent alongside being there.

  • Enabling Developer Mode

    Press Power (⏻) + Reload (↻) + ESC at the same time to enter the recovery screen. It'll look like one of the images below:

    Recovery Screen Groot UI Recovery Screen Old

    On this screen, press CTRL + D at the same time, then follow the on-screen instructions to enable developer mode.

    After around six minutes of loading developer mode, the screen should look like one of the images below:

    Developer Mode Groot UI Developer Mode Old

    Press CTRL + D again on this screen to get past it, and you should now be loading into ChromeOS with developer mode!


    If you just enabled developer mode, your Chromebook should already be powerwashed, so you won't need to proceed with this step.

    If you already have developer mode enabled and have data, you will need to powerwash the Chromebook again.

    Sign out of your account, then press CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + R at the same time on the account selection screen. After that it should look like the image below:

    Powerwash Screen

    From here, press "Powerwash" and proceed with the on-screen instructions and let it finish.


    Go through the setup process and you should end up at this screen below:

    Enrollment Screen

    Press the "Enterprise Enrollment" button and log in with your school account to re-enroll into the Chromebook.


    DO NOT CLOSE YOUR CHROMEBOOK until the next step and DO NOT SKIP the next step. Seriously.

    Safe Re-Unenroll

    By this point, you should be at the district login screen, which could look like the image shown below:

    District Login Screen

    On this screen, press CTRL + ALT + F2 (→). After pressing this, you should end up on a black console-looking screen. It should look like the image below:

    ChromeOS Bash Shell

    The login is root. After logging in, you should be able to type commands into the console now.

    Type this command in the console and press Enter:
    sudo vpd -i RW_VPD -s check_enrollment=0

    Your device should now be un-enrolled again, but you should still be inside of a currently enrolled session.

    Press CTRL + ALT + F1 (←) and you should exit out of the black console screen and re-enter the district login screen.

    Using Kiosk

    Take your Kiosk test normally as you would.

    Try not to close your Chromebook lid until you're ACTUALLY IN THE KIOSK APP, if you shut down your Chromebook in any way before that it'll force you to powerwash/turn on dev mode again and will be majorly inconvenient.

    Once you are done with the kiosk test, reboot your computer with Power (⏻) + Reload (↻), and follow the instructions to re-enable secure mode or disable developer mode, then powerwash.

    By this point, your Chromebook is unenrolled again and you have successfully taken a kiosk test!