Following the below tutorial we can bypass google account (FRP) on any LG K20 Plus, even running on the latest Android firmware i.e mp26010x with Android security patch level February 01, 2018.
However, in case you’re running a recent firmware you’ve to first downgrade your LG K20 Plus software to a lower version before moving further. The below exploit works with mp26010j, so any firmware above this has to be downgraded first.
It’s a lengthy but sure shot method which works every time. We need 2 apk files for this process. Download the zip file from the below link, extract it and transfer the apk files to a micro sd card. Insert the memory card in your LG K20 Plus micro sd slot.
You can also download the files from play store –
How to Bypass Google Verification (FRP) on LG K20 Plus –
Step 1: Getting access to phone settings
By doing a hard reset via volume down + power button we are forced to verify the last synced google account before moving further.
To bypass this Google’s Factory Reset Protection (FRP) follow the below procedure.
First of all, we have to move all the way back to the first page of the setup wizard i.e “Welcome” page.
Click on “Accessibility” as shown above
On the accessibility settings page, select the first option i.e “Vision” and Turn ON TalkBack by sliding the toggle from OFF to ON position.
A pop-up will appear. Confirm your action by hitting “TURN ON”. Now talkback is ON
Swipe and make an L as shown above.
This will open “Global Context Menu”
Look for “Talkback Settings” and double-click to open it.
When we are on Talkback Settings page, we’ll suspend talkback.
To do this press both the Volume UP and DOWN button simultaneously. Confirm your action by tapping “OK”.
Now scroll down to “Help & feedback” and click on it to open.
Tap on “About Switch Access for Android” to open this page.
Now, scroll down and look for “set up Switch Access on your Android device” and tap on it, as shown above.
This will take us to another page. Now again scroll down and look for “connecting to Bluetooth devices” , select it to open another Help page.
Scroll all the way down where it asks “Was this article helpful?” and select “NO”
Now in the text box type anything and double tap on it as shown above.
You can see the options are Cut, Copy, Paste, and a “3 dots” icon. Tap on the “3 dots” icon.
This will reveal a new option “ASSIST” click on it this will take us to the Google App.
Here type Settings and select the “Settings” icon from the drop-down search results as shown above.
Step 2: Disabling Android Device Manager, Google Play Services & Setup Wizard.
In Settings, we’ve to scroll down and open ” Fingerprint & Security”.
Now select “Phone administrators”. Here you can see the “Android Device Manager” is ON. We’ve to turn it OFF.
Deactivate the “Android Device Manager” and go back to the settings page.
Now open “Apps” among the list of options.
On “Apps” page, tap on the “3 dots” icon at the top right corner and select “Show system”.
Now we’ve to scroll down and open “Google Play Services”
We’ll “Force Stop” and “Disable” Google Play Services.
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