It’s a Chromebook it isn’t designed to run any other OS, if so you have the possibility of completely destroying the device itself then you’ll have to reinstall chrome OS which is the main OS the device was designed to run just buy a windows 10 laptop if you’re that desperate.
(Welp here’s another 20 paragraph essay) Sadly it can’t be done, because the device’s serial number is the main culprit it’s possible to change and break the enterprise enrollment but it requires alot of heavy skills. Or you can CONTACT YOU’RE DISTRICT’S IT DEPARTMENT TO UNTIE THE CHROMEBOOK.
Sorry to break this to you but it’s pretty much impossible the chromebook is most likely managed by you’re school, and there’s only 2 solutions. 1:Contact you’re districts IT department and ask them to untie the enrollment. 2: or if you’re really tech savvy then you can change the device’s serial number breaking the admin's control which you probably cannot accomplish.
impossible to do since the admin is tied to the chromebooks serial number unless you somehow guessed the administrators password to untie the chromebook (which won´t happen anytime soon) so you´re best bet is to just stop trying.
There´s really only 2 ways 1:Contact the districts IT department to untie the chromebook(make sure you find the serial number found on the motherboard) 2:Attempt to change the serial number and break the administrator control, You need certain skills to do this.
Alright so i hate to break it to all of you 6th/7th/8th graders but enrolled devices CANNOT BE BYPASSED it is tied to the chromebook´s S/N meaning even if you do bypass it. It will connect to the district servers and find the computer´s serial number and force enroll it and bring you back down to where you started, unless you get into a admin´s console and untie the desired chromebook which would be hard unless you knew you´re device´s serial number. and even if you were tech savvy and changed the device´s Serial number YOU WOULD BE CAUGHT, Because you would trip you´re districts IT department they track all the chromebook serial numbers so moral of the story just don´t even bother trying to bypass the restrictions.
This cannot be fixed, since the administrator of the device probably a School has tied the device´s serial number to their network chances are it´s also stolen but anyway. The only 2 solutions to this are Attempting to change the device´s serial number which is pretty much impossible without a certain set of skills and if you don´t have any of these skills you will probably break the device. The other solution is to contact the company or district that owns the device to untie the device.
even if you were a ¨god hacker person¨ you would trip the IT department of you´re school since it will show that you´re s/n(Serial number) that´s different on every chromebook as offline if you´re tech savvy you can change the chromebook´s motherboard which the serial number is stored in you can in theory turn the chromebook normal but the school will probably try track the chromebook down in order to force you to pay for it or to take it back, so probably not a good idea to try this.