LG V60 Thinq FRP Bypass 2021 Google Account No PC LM-V600

LG V60 is the latest and last model in the LG V Series. As LG has shut down its cellphone division, V70 won’t see the light of day.

The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on LG V60 comes into effect when you hard reset the phone using volume down & power keys via the Recovery Mode. After the reset, we need to verify with the last synced Google account to finish the device setup.

In this post, we are going to use the latest and easiest hack to bypass the Google lock on LG V60 Thinq 5G without using a computer –

After doing a Hard reset via recovery mode, I’ve reached the “Welcome” screen.

This is the first page of the setup wizard. Let’s complete the setup to reach the home screen.

Hit the “Forward button” to proceed.


Click “Next” on the “New second screen” page to move ahead.


Now, we need to connect our V60 5G to the internet. Connect to your Wifi network and hit “Next”.

After getting connected, the phone is checking for updates. We need to wait for a few minutes.


Choose “Don’t copy” when you reach the “Copy apps & data” screen.

This brings me to the screen lock verification page. It’s asking to verify the password. I don’t remember the lock screen password.

There is one more option on the screen – “USE MY GOOGLE ACCOUNT INSTEAD”. Let’s choose this option.


Now we are on the Google verification page.

We need to verify with the previously synced Google account. To bypass this Google verification screen, let’s use the latest 2021 FRP bypass hack as follows –

How to bypass Google verification on LG V60 Thinq 5G without computer LM-V600

NOTE: If your LG V60 is on Android 11, you need to downgrade it first to Android 10 as per the below link  –

LG V60 Downgrade – Android 11 to Android 10



To bypass FRP, we need to pull out the keyboard on the Google verification page.

Tap the blank space – “Email or Phone”. This brings out the keyboard.

Now hit the “keyboard icon” at the bottom-right corner as shown above.



A “Default keyboard” window pops out from the bottom of the screen. Click “Settings” to reach the “Manage keyboards” page.

Now, select the first option – “Gboard”.


On the following page, tap the “3 dots icon” and choose “Help & feedback”.



We are now on the “Support” page.

Select the first option – “Delete or disable apps on Android”.


On the following page, look for “Tap to go to Application Settings” and click on it.

This brings us to the “App Info” page.

Scroll down and choose “Settings”.


We have reached the “App Info” page of the settings app.

Tap “Open” to launch the Settings app.

Click on “Fingerprints” and then hit “Next”.


This brings us to the “Select Screen Lock” page.

We are going to add a new lock screen using this page.

You can set up a new PIN, Pattern, or Password.

I’m adding a PIN 1234


Enter the PIN 2 times and click “OK” to confirm.


The screen lock has been changed.

We are going to use this new PIN to bypass Google verification.

Go back to the first page to complete the device setup.


Use the back key to reach the “Welcome” screen.


We are now on the first page of the setup wizard.

Tap the “Forward arrow” to proceed. Hit “Next” on the “New Second Screen” page.


Tap “Don’t copy” when you reach the “Copy apps & data” screen.

We are once again on the screen lock verification page.

Let’s verify with the PIN we added in the last step i.e. 1234 and click “OK”.


We have successfully verified the lock screen PIN. The Google verification page is not showing anymore.

Hit “Skip” on the Google sign-in screen to move ahead.


Now, accept the Google services terms and conditions.


Hit “OK’ on the following page.


Exit the “AT&T” account setup as of now.


Tick the “I agree” checkbox on the “Legal Documents” page.





Hit “Done” to complete the setup wizard.

We have successfully landed on the LG V60 Thinq 5G home screen thus bypassing the Google account.

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



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