Blu M8L/M8L Plus is an entry-level budget Tab that comes with Android 11 Go out of the box.
On the M8L tablet, the need for Google account verification arises when you reset the device using the volume up & power button via recovery mode.
In this post, we are going to use the latest and easiest 2022 method to bypass the FRP lock on M8L & M8L Plus Android 11 without a computer as follows –
To bypass the Blu M8L lock screen password, I had to hard reset the device using the volume up & power button.
After the factory reset, I reached the “Hi There” screen as shown above.
Let’s begin the device setup. Click “START” to move ahead.
To bypass the
The next screen is “Connect to Wifi”. Let’s connect our device to the internet.
It takes a while to get ready.
After a few minutes, I reached the “Copy apps & data” page. Hit “Don’t copy” to proceed further.
Now, I’m stuck on the screen lock password verification page. To get past this screen I either need the password or the previously synced Google account.
I’ve forgotten these details.
Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google account on Blu M8L tablet without a PC as follows –
How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Blu M8L Plus Tablet Android 11 2022 without PC
To bypass the “Verify your account” screen, go back to the first page as shown above.
On the “Hi There” screen, click on “Vision Settings”.
Now, choose the last option – “Talkback”.
Hit the “Use Talkback” button to enable it. Tap “ALLOW” when prompted.
Talkback is now turned on.
Draw an L on the screen as shown above. This pulls out the “Talkback Menu”.
Now, double-tap on “Talkback Settings”.
We are now on the “Talkback Settings” screen.
At this stage, talkback can be turned off.
Press and hold both the volume buttons for 3 seconds.
Again press and hold the volume keys for 3 seconds to disable talkback.
Now, click on “Braille Keyboard” > “Set up Braille Keyboard”.
When the mini-window appears, click on the “Gboard” link as shown above.
It’ll bring you to the “Google Play” screen.
Now, tap the “3 dots” icon on the top and select – “Settings”.
On the “Settings” page, choose the first option – “General”.
Now, click on “Notifications” then “Account”.
We are now on the “Notification category” page.
Tap the “Google Play Store icon” to reach the “App Info” screen.
Now, click on “Permissions”.
Hit the search button on the “App Permissions” screen.
Enter the term settings in the search box.
Wait for the results to show up, then scroll down to the bottom.
Click on “Settings – App Info”.
Hit “OPEN” to reach the Settings app.
In Settings, go to “Apps” > “VIEW ALL 40 APPS”.
Open the “Android Setup” app and hit the “FORCE STOP” button.
After stopping this app, go one step back.
Now, launch “Google Play Services” and click the “DISABLE” option.
Choose “DISABLE APP” when prompted.
Now, go 2 steps back.
Click the back key 2 times to reach the Settings page.
Now, open “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.
Enable the “accessibility menu shortcut” as shown above.
The shortcut button is created. It’s visible at the bottom-right corner.
Now, go back to the first page with the back key.
We are again on the “START” screen.
Hit the accessibility menu shortcut and choose the first option – “ASSISTANT”.
It says – “Google Play Services required”. Hit “Settings” to move ahead.
Tap the “ENABLE” button to turn on Google Play Services.
Again go back to the first page.
Hit “START” to proceed further.
When you land on the “Copy apps & data” page, hit the back button once.
This way you will reach the “Connect to Wifi” screen.
On the “Connect to Wifi” page, there is a new option – “Set up offline”.
Click on “Set up offline” then “CONTINUE”.
We have bypassed the Google account verification on Blu M8L Tablet.
Accept the Google Services terms and conditions.
Now, skip the screen lock setup.
Also, skip the face unlock setup.
Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup wizard.
We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification on Blu M8L Tablet without a computer.
Now, let’s disable the accessibility menu shortcut.
Open Settings and go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.
Turn off the shortcut as shown above.
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