Schok SV55216 FRP Bypass Google New Method 2022 Android 11

In this post, we are going to use a new method to bypass the Google account verification on Schok Volt Sv55 running on the Android 11 operating system.

Using the below method, you’ll reach the SV55216 home screen in less than 10 minutes. There is no need for a computer, SIM card, Bluetooth device, or app to bypass the FRP lock.

So, without wasting any time, let’s begin the troubleshooting –

I forgot the Schok SV55 lock screen password. To bypass the lock screen I had to factory reset the device.

After the reset, I reached the “Hi There” screen.

Click “START” to move ahead.

 

 

The next page is “Connect to Wifi”. Let’s connect our device to the internet.

 

After a few minutes, it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” page. Hit “Don’t copy” to move ahead.

Now, we are on the screen lock verification page. I do not remember the correct password.

To get past this screen, I either need the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account. I do not remember either of the two.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google FRP lock on Schok SV55216 as follows –

 

How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Schok Volt SV55216 without PC 2022 Android 11

 

 

To bypass the Google verification, go back from the “Verify your account” screen to the first page.

 

 

On the “START” screen, click on “Vision Settings”.

Now, select the last option – “Talkback”.

 

 

Hit the “Use Talkback” button to turn on Talkback.

 

When the Talkback turns on, draw an L on the screen as shown above.

This will launch the “Talkback Menu”.

Double-click on “Talkback Settings”.

 

We are now on the “Talkback Settings” page.

At this stage, we can turn off talkback.

Press and hold both the volume buttons for 3 seconds.

 

Repeat the steps. Again press and hold both the volume keys for 3 seconds to turn off Talkback.

 

 

Talkback is now turned off.

Click on “Braille keyboard” > “Set up Braille keyboard”.

 

The “Set up Braille keyboard” window appears on the screen.

Look for the “Gboard link” and click on it.

It now brings me to the Google Play Store screen.

Hit the “3 dots icon” on the top and select “Settings”.

 

 

Open the first option on the Settings page – “General”.

 

Now, click on “Notifications” > “Account”.

 

It brings me to the “Notification category” screen.

Hit the “Google Play Store icon” located above “Account” as shown above.

This will take you to the “App Info” screen.

Hit the 2nd option on this page – “Permissions”.

 

The next page is “App Permissions”.

Hit the search button on the top and type settings.

 

Now, scroll down on this page and choose “Settings – App Info”.

On the following screen, click “OPEN” to reach the Settings app.

 

 

Now, click on “Apps” > “VIEW ALL 40 APPS”.

 

We are now on the “App Info” screen.

Open “Android Setup” and click the “FORCE STOP” button.

 

 

After stopping this app, go one step back.

 

This time open – “Google Play Services”.

Now, hit the “DISABLE” button.

 

After stopping the 2 apps, go 2 steps back with the back key.

Go 2 steps back to the reach the Settings page.

 

Now, open “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

 

Turn on the Accessibility Menu Shortcut.

 

The shortcut is created. You can see the button at the bottom-right corner.

Now, we have to move back to the first page.

We are again on the “START” screen.

Click the accessibility menu shortcut & select the first option – “ASSISTANT”.

 

 

It fails to open Google Assistant and shows an error – Google Play Services Required.

Hit “Settings” to move ahead.

Tap the “ENABLE” button on the Google Play Services page.

Now, go back to the “START” screen.

Hit “START” to move ahead.

 

When you reach the “Copy apps & data” screen, click the back button once. 

This will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” screen. 

There is a new “Set up offline” option on the “Connect to Wifi” page.

Click on “Set up offline” then “CONTINUE”.

 

We have successfully bypassed the Google verification on Schok Volt SV55216.

Hit “Accept” on the “Google Services” page.

 

Hit the “Skip button” on the “Set Screen Lock” page.

Then skip the face unlock setup & follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup wizard.

We have successfully landed on the Schok Volt SV55216 home screen.

Now, you can disable the accessibility menu shortcut.

 

 

Open Settings and go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

Toggle off the accessibility menu shortcut as shown above.

If you’re stuck somewhere, feel free to leave a comment below.

 

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