Now, hold down the key combination of ESC + REFRESH (F3) and then press the power button. The device will boot into recovery mode and offer you several options. Follow them to confirm that the limitations on administrator access have been removed.
How to wipe a chromebook and re-enroll it
Switching Chromebook from School Mode to Dev Mode
You can’t remove the admin owner account since it’s assigned automatically when you first begin using your Chromebook. In other words, unless you do a Powerwash to erase all previous accounts on the laptop, you won’t be able to eliminate the permanent account.
Go to your Google Admin console. Click Roles from the Admin Console Home page. Select the role you want to modify from the drop-down menu. Click Permissions from the drop-down menu. Select Services from the list, then scroll down to see who has access and what they can do with it.
Sign in to your Google Admin console. Go to the Admin roles menu on the Admin console Home page. Select the role you wish to modify from the left-hand menu. Check boxes beside each privilege you want users with this role to have on the Privileges tab.
You can’t delete a Chromebook issued by a school or company if you have one. There are no workarounds or hacks available. It is not possible. If you have a Chromebook that you purchased but used a managed account, management has taken over the device.
After resetting your Chromebook, follow these steps: Press and hold Ctrl + Alt + Shift + r. Select Restart. In the box that appears, choose Powerwash. Continue on to Step 3. Select Continue after signing in using your Google Account. …
On the Chromebook sign-in screen, pick the profile you want to get rid of. Select the Down arrow next to the profile name. Remove this user is one of your options. In the box that appears, choose Remove this person.
Go to https://ID.Google.com/ManageAccount, log in if prompted, and then click Users from the left-hand menu. Open the user’s account page by clicking their name (the admin whose permissions you wish to cancel). Click Admin roles and privileges on the drop-down menu. Select a setting from the slider bar.
Navigate to Apps & Extensions. Select the target OU on the left-hand menu. The USERS & BROWSERS option is at the top of the page. Make sure that your selected setting for Allow users to install other apps and extensions is correct.