Google Pixel 3a xl FRP Bypass Android 11 2021 Account Unlock

Since Android Lollipop, Factory Reset protection is enabled on all Android smartphones including the Pixel 3/3a. It’s similar to the iCloud lock on iPhone.

The FRP comes into effect when you hard factory reset your Pixel device via the Recovery Mode. To claim ownership of the device you need to enter the account details of the previously synced Google account.

In this post, we are going to use the latest & easiest 2021 hack to bypass the Google verification on Pixel 3a without using a computer.

So, let’s begin the troubleshooting –

After doing a hard reset via Recovery Mode on my Pixel 3, I’ve landed on the “Hi There” screen.

Let’s click “Start” to begin the device setup.

 

 

In the next step, we need to connect our Pixel 3a to the internet via Wifi or Mobile data.

After getting connected, it stays on the “Getting your phone ready” screen for a while.

 

Afterward, we reach the “Copy apps & data” screen.

Tap “Don’t copy” to move ahead.

Now, we are on the “Verify Password” page. I don’t remember the lock screen password.

There is one more option – Use my Google account instead.

 

It brings us to the “Verify your account” screen. To get past this page we need to sign in with the previously synced Google account.

Let’s use the latest 2021 hack to bypass the Google account on Pixel 3a/3/xl as follows –

How to bypass FRP on Google Pixel 3a/ Pixel 3 bypass Google account verification without computer 2021

 

First of all, we need to go all the way back to the first page.

Tap the back button to reach the “Hi There” screen.

 

Now, tap “English (United States) to change the language.

Scroll down to the bottom and choose the Korean language as shown above.

 

Now, tap the “Start button” located at the bottom-right corner.

 

 

Tap the left button on the next screen. This page shows if there is no SIM card in the device.

The next screen is “Copy Apps & Data”

Hit the “Don’t copy” option located at the bottom-left corner.

 

On the “Verify Password” screen, tap the blank space to pull out the keyboard.

Now, long-press the “globe icon” and a pop-up window shows up. Select the “last option” as marked in the above screenshot.

 

Tap the blue stripe on the next screen located at the bottom.

 

 

 

 

On the following screen swipe down and choose the option with a > mark.

Now, hit the “3 dots icon” at the top-right corner and pick the lower option on the dropdown menu.

 

This time we are on the Support page.

Tap the blank space to pull out the keyboard.

 

Tap the “globe icon” once to change the keyboard language to English.

Now enter the term delete in the search bar.

Select the search result – “Delete or disable apps on Android.

 

On the following screen, select the first link in blue as marked in the above screenshot.

This will bring you to the App Info screen.

Scroll down and choose the option with the “Settings icon”.

 

Now, we are on the Settings-App Info screen.

Tap the left option to open the Settings app.

On the Settings page scroll down and select the option with an “i mark” as shown above.

 

On the next page, click the first option “Gboard”.

Again tap the first option on the following screen.

 

 

Now, we are on the language settings screen.

Tap the “+ icon” to add a new language.

Pick “English” from the list.

 

Now, swipe up “English(United States)” to make it the preferred language.

 

 

Now, the system language is changed to English.

Go 2 steps back to reach the Settings page.

 

 

Go to “Apps & notifications” and click “See all 33 apps”.

 

 

We are going to use the “App Info” screen to disable 2 apps – Android Setup & Google Play Services.

First, click on “Android Setup”.

Force Stop the Android Setup app.

 

 

Now, open the Google Play Services app and “Disable” it.

Force Stop this app as well.

 

Now, both the apps are disabled.

 

 

Go 2 steps back to reach the Settings page.

 

This time Go to “Accessibility” > “Assessibilty Menu” as shown above.

 

 

Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” & click “Allow” when prompted.

 

 

We are going to use this shortcut later. It remains at the bottom-right corner.

Now, use the back button to go all the way back to the “Hi There” screen.

 

Keep going back until you reach the first page.

 

Now, click the Start button to proceed.

Tap “Skip” on the connect to Mobile network screen.

Now, we have reached the “Copy apps & data” screen. 

Tap the back button once to reach the “Connect to Wifi” Page. 

 

 

 

There is a new option on this page – Set up offline.

Click “Set up offline” and then “Continue”.

 

 

The phone now remains on the “Just a sec” screen.

Tap the “Accessibility Menu shortcut” located at the bottom-right corner and select “Assistant”.

 

Now, click “Settings” and “Enable” the Google Play Services app.

 

 

Go 2 steps back to the “Connect to Wifi” screen.

 

 

Repeat the previous steps.

Click “Set up offline” and then “Continue”.

 

 

This time it brings us to the Google Services screen. We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions.

 

 

Skip the screen lock set up in the next step.

 

 

Finally, we have landed on the Pixel 3a home screen.

Now, let’s disable the accessibility menu shortcut.

 

Open the Settings app and Go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

 

Turn off the Accessibility Menu shortcut using the toggle switch.

 

If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.

 

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