AT&T Calypso U318AA runs on Android 10 Go & Calypso 2 U319AA runs on Android 11 Go.
Many Calypso & Calypso 2 users have reported the accessibility menu shortcut doesn’t work to bypass the Google account verification.
Instead of the “Google Play Services Required” screen it says – “Check your internet connection and try again” as shown above.
This is because of the Android Go software. In this post, we are going to use a new method without the accessibility menu to bypass the Google FRP lock on both Calypso Android 10 Go & Calypso 2 Android 11 Go devices without a PC as follows –
I was locked out due to the forgotten password on my Calypso device. To bypass the AT&T Calypso lock screen password, I did a factory reset with the volume up & power keys.
After the reset via recovery mode, I reached the “Hi There” screen as shown above.
To begin the setup let’s click the “START” button.
Next, we are going to connect our device to the internet.
It takes a few minutes and then brings you to the “Copy apps & data” page.
Click “Don’t copy” to move ahead.
Now, I’m stuck on the “Verify Password” screen.
To proceed further we either need the lock screen Password/PIN/Pattern or the previously synced Google account.
I’ve forgotten these details.
Let’s use the latest 2023 hack to bypass the FRP lock on AT&T Calypso 1 & 2 as follows –
How to bypass Google account verification on AT&T Calypso U318AA Android 10 Go & Calypso 2 U319AA Android 11 Go without a PC 2023 No Accessibility Menu
First of all, we need to move all the way back to the first page.
On the “Hi There” screen, click the “Emergency Call” option at the bottom.
This launches the phone dialer. Now, click on “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” two times.
On the next screen, hit the “pencil edit icon” on the top.
Then choose the first option – “Name – Owner”.
A “Name” pop-up appears on the screen. Hit the “profile picture icon” and pick the lower option – “Choose an image”.
It brings me to the “Recent” screen.
Tap the “3 bar icon” in the top-left corner.
When the menu opens, long press on either “Drive”, “Photos” or “Gallery Go”.
The long press brings you to the “App Info” screen.
Now, click the 2nd option – “Permissions”.
This time we are on the “App permissions” screen.
Hit the “search button” on the top and type “Settings – App Info”.
Wait for the results to appear. Scroll down and open “Settings – App Info”.
If you don’t get the “Settings – App Info” option, erase the term settings and type it again.
Then click “OPEN” to launch the Settings app.
In Settings, go to “Apps” > “VIEW ALL APPS”.
This brings me to the “App Info” screen.
Open the “Android Setup” app.
Disable this app by hitting the “FORCE STOP” button.
Go one step back and then open “Google Play Services”.
Stop this app using the “DISABLE” option as shown above.
After stopping the 2 apps, we need to move all the way back to the first page.
We are again on the “START” screen. Let’s repeat the whole procedure to enable the Google Play Services app.
Click the “Emergency Call” button and then click on “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” 2 times.
Now, hit the “pencil edit icon” as shown above.
Then click “Name – Owner”.
Hit the “profile picture icon” and select the lower option – “Choose an image”. Please refer to the above screenshots.
Tap the “3 bar icon” as shown above.
When the menu opens, long press Drive, Photos, or Gallery Go to reach the App Info screen.
Then select “Permissions” to move ahead.
Hit the “search button” when you reach the “App permissions” screen.
Type settings and pick the search result “Settings – App Info”.
Now, click “OPEN” to reach the Settings app.
Here we need to click on “APPS” > “VIEW ALL APPS”.
This brings you to the “App Info” screen.
Open “Google Play Services” and hit the “ENABLE” option to turn on this app.
After enabling Google Play Services, again go back to the “START” page.
After reaching the “Hi There” screen, click the “START” button.
When you reach the “Copy apps & data” page, hit the back button once.
This will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” screen.
Here we have a new option “Set up offline”
Click on “Set up offline” then “CONTINUE”.
We have bypassed the Google account verification.
Accept the Google services terms and conditions.
Next, we need to skip the screen lock setup.
Follow the on-screen prompts to reach the AT&T Calypso home screen.
We have successfully bypassed the Google FRP lock on AT&T Calyspo without a PC.
If stuck somewhere, feel free to leave a comment below.