None of the Motorola devices have received the Android 12 update in the US. The Moto G Pro UK is the first Motorola device to get the Android 12 update. It is known as Moto G Stylus in the USA.
Most of the Moto G devices released after 2020 are now updated to Android 11 including Moto G Fast, Moto G Power, Moto G Stylus, Moto G Play & Moto G Pure.
In this post, we are going to learn the 2022 method to bypass the Google account on all Motorola Android 11 devices without using a computer, SIM card, Bluetooth headset, or any app –
I was locked out on my Moto G Fast device. I forgot the screen lock password. To bypass the lock screen I did a factory data reset via Recovery Mode.
After the reset, I reached the “Hi There” screen. This is the first page of the setup wizard.
Let’s begin the device setup to reach the Motorola home screen.
Tap the “START” button to proceed.
In the next step, we need to connect our phone to a Wifi network.
The device is now connected to the internet and it’s getting ready.
After a while, I landed on the “Copy apps & data” screen. Choose “Don’t copy” to move ahead.
Now, we are on the screen lock verification page. To get past this screen, we need to verify with the correct password or the previously synced Google account.
I do not remember the lock screen password or the last synced Google account.
To bypass this screen, let’s use the latest 2022 hack as follows –
How to bypass Motorola Google Account Android 11 2021 2022 FRP Unlock without a computer
This time we are on the “Google – Verify your account” screen.
Tap the back button 2 times to reach the “Connect to Wi-Fi” page.
On the internet connection page, click on “See all Wi-Fi networks” > “Add new network”.
The keyboard has popped up. Notice the microphone icon at the top-right corner of the keyboard.
Hit this mic icon.
A pop-up request appears on the screen – “Allow Gboard to record audio”. Select “Deny” as shown above.
Again click the mic and this time hit “Deny & don’t ask again”.
Tap the microphone one last time. This time there is a new option “Allow”. Click on it.
On tapping “Allow” it brings me to the “App Info” screen of the “Gboard” app.
Choose the 2nd option – “Permissions”.
On the following screen, hit the search icon at the top.
In the search bar enter the term settings & wait for the search results to appear.
Now, scroll down to the bottom and select “Settings – App Info” with a blue circular icon.
It will take you to the “App Info” page. Hit “Open” to reach the Settings app.
In Settings, Go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.
On the App Info page, we need to disable 2 apps – Android Setup & Google Play Services.
First, pick the Android setup app and “Force Stop” it.
Now, go back and select the “Google Play Services” app.
Hit the “Disable” button to turn off this app.
Now, “Force Stop” Google Play services and go back to the Settings page.
Hit the back button 2 times to reach the Settings screen.
Now, click on “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.
Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut”. Click “Allow” to confirm your action.
Try to launch the accessibility menu with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture. We are going to use it later.
Now, restart your Motorola device. We are again on the “Hi There” page.
Tap “START” to proceed.
On the “Getting your phone ready” screen, click the back button once.
It will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” page.
Click “Skip” and then “Continue”.
The phone is now stuck on the “Just a sec” screen. It cannot proceed further because “Google Play Services” is disabled.
Let’s enable it using the accessibility menu shortcut.
Go back to the first page using the back button.
Swipe up your 2 fingers from the bottom edge as shown above. This will launch the Accessibility Menu.
Now, choose the first option – “Assistant”.
Click “Settings” and “Enable” the Google play services app.
Now, click the back button to reach the first page.
Hit “START” to move ahead.
Again tap the back button on the “Getting your phone ready” screen.
We are again on the “Connect to Wi-fi” page. Click “Skip” and then “Continue”.
It brought me to the “Google Services” page. We have bypassed the Google account.
Hit “Accept” to proceed further.
Use the “Skip” option to bypass the screen lock setup as shown above.
Now, just follow the on-screen prompts to keep moving ahead.
Now, we have reached the gesture navigation screen. Hit “Get started” to proceed.
Keep tapping “Next” to proceed further.
On the last page of the setup wizard, we need to swipe up the screen from the bottom to reach the home screen. You can refer to the above screenshot.
We have successfully landed on the Moto G Fast home screen thus bypassing the Google account on Android 11.
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