Last month the OnePlus Nord N10 5G was updated to Android 11. After this new update, the earlier FRP bypass exploit is fixed by Google. Now, we need to use a new trick to get past the Google verification screen.
The Google verification needs to be done when your hard reset your Nord N10 using the volume down & power keys. To verify the ownership of the device we need to sign in with the previously synced Google account.
In this post, we are going to the latest and easiest hack to get past the FRP lock on OnePlus Nord N10 without using a computer.
So, let’s begin the procedure –
After doing a factory reset via the Recovery mode on my Oneplus Nord N10 5g, I’ve reached the “Hello” screen of the setup wizard.
Let’s hit the “Start” button to move ahead.
Now, Agree to the OnePlus terms and conditions.
In the following step, we need to connect our phone to the internet using Wifi or Mobile data.
Now, it’s checking for updates. Let’s wait for a few minutes.
Tap “Don’t copy”, when your reach the “Copy apps & data” page.
It brings me to the screen lock verification page. It’s asking for the lock screen password.
I don’t remember the password. The alternate option is – “Use my Google account instead”. Let’s choose this option.
Now, we have reached the Google verification page.
To get past this screen, we need to sign in with the last synced Google account on this device.
Let’s use the latest hack to bypass this FRP lock on OnePlus Nord N10 without using a computer. In a few minutes, you’ll be able to use your phone once again –
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Now, the first step is going back from the “Verify your account” page to the “Connect to Wifi” screen.
Use the back key and go 2 steps back.
When your reach the “Connect to Wifi” page, click on “See all Wi-Fi networks” > “Add new network”.
This step will bring out the keyboard. On the keyboard, tap the “microphone icon” at the top-right corner.
When the “Allow Gboard to record audio?” pop-up appears on the screen, choose “DENY”.
Repeat the previous steps.
Again tap the “Mic Icon” and then “DENY”.
Touch the Mic one last time.
This time choose the “ALLOW” option at the bottom of the screen.
This will take you to the “App Info” page of the Gboard app.
Select “Permissions” and click the “Search icon” at the top-right corner.
In the search bar enter the term settings
When the search results appear on the page, scroll down to the bottom of the screen.
Now look for the option “Settings – App Info” and click on it.
It brings us to the App Info page of the Settings app.
Tap “Open” to reach the Settings app.
In Settings, click on “Apps & notifications”.
Now, Go to “App Info” > “Android Setup”.
We need to “Force Stop” the Android Setup app.
Now, go one step back to the app info page.
This time choose the “Google Play Services” app.
“Disable” this app as shown above.
Choose “Disable app” when prompted.
“Force Stop” this app as well.
Now, we need to go back to the first page of the setup wizard.
Use the Back key and keep going back until you reach the “Hello” screen.
We have reached the first page of the Setup wizard.
Tap “START” and agree to the OnePlus terms and conditions.
Now, when you reach the “Copy apps & data” page, tap the back button once.
This will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” page.
There is a new option on this page – “Set up offline”. Click on it.
Hit “Continue” to confirm this action.
We have bypassed the Nord N10 Google account.
Agree to participate in the “OnePlus Co-creation labs” user programs.
Now, Skip the screen lock setup. We can add it later.
Choose the system font in the following step and hit “Next”.
Now, choose the navigation style – without or without a navigation bar and tap “Next”.
Finally, hit “Start” to complete the setup wizard.
We have successfully landed on the OnePlus Nord N10 5G home screen thus bypassing the Google account.
A notification appears on the screen – “Enable Google Play Services”. Tap on it.
Hit “Enable” to turn on the Google Play Services app.
Let’s check the current OnePlus Nord N10 software version.
We need to Go to “Settings” > System”.
Now, Choose “System updates” > “CHECK FOR UPDATES”.
You can see my OnePlus Nord N10 5G is running the latest software with Android Version 11.
If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.