Celero 5G Google FRP Bypass 2022 Android 11 Boost Mobile

Celero is a budget 5G Android smartphone made by Wingtech Technology for the Boost Mobile network. It comes with Android 11 out of the box.

In this post, we are going to learn how to bypass the Google account verification on Celero 5G using the latest and easiest method without a computer, SIM card, Bluetooth device, or any app.

Follow the below step-by-step tutorial with screenshots to reach the Celero 5G home screen in less than 10 minutes –

The google account verification is required, when you hard reset your Celero device via Recovery Mode.

I was locked out on Celero 5G. I forgot the lock screen password. To bypass the lock screen I had to reset the device using the volume up & power button.

Now, the factory reset is done and I landed on the “START” page.

Click the “START” button to proceed.

In the next step, we are going to connect our device to a Wifi network.

 

After connecting to the internet, it took a few minutes, and now I reached the “Copy apps & data” screen.

Click on “Don’t copy” to move ahead.

 

 

On the next page, it’s asking to verify with the screen lock password or the previously synced Google account.

But, I don’t remember either of the two. Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google verification on Celero 5G as follows –

How to bypass Google account FRP on Celero 5G Boost Mobile without computer Android 11 2022

 

 

To bypass the google verification let’s use the back button and reach the first page.

 

On the “START” screen, click on “Emergency Call”. This will launch the phone dialer.

You can see “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” on the top. Tap it two times.

On the next screen, you’ll notice an “edit icon” on the top-right corner. Click on it.

Now, select “Name – Owner” and then tap the “Profile icon”. You can refer to the above screenshots.

 

 

A dropdown appears with 2 options – “Take a photo” & “Choose an image”. Pick the lower option.

This will bring you to the “Recent” screen. Hit the “3 bar icon” on the top.

 

Now, you’ve to long-press on “Drive” or “Photos”. You can long-press either of the two.

This will bring you to the “App Info” page. Choose the 2nd option – “Permissions”.

 

Now, on the “App Permissions” page, hit the “Search icon” and enter the search term settings.

When the search results show up, scroll down to the bottom and click on “Settings – App Info” as shown above.

 

Hit “OPEN” to reach the Settings page.

Scroll down and open “Accessibility”.

 

Now, select “Accessibility Menu” and enable the “Accessibility Menu shortcut” button.

 

 

Hit “ALLOW” to create this shortcut button. It now appears at the bottom-right corner.

We are going to use it later.

 

Now, use the back button & go 2 steps back.

 

This time, open “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.

 

 

Launch the “Android Setup” app and hit the “FORCE STOP” button.

 

Now, go one step back and open Google Play Services.

 

Touch “DISABLE” to turn off Google Play Services.

After disabling the 2 apps, tap the back button multiple times to reach the first page. 

 

We are once again on the “START” screen.

Hit the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” button.

When the accessibility menu opens, click the first option – “ASSISTANT”.

 

Now, it says “Google Play Services” required.

Hit “Settings” and touch the “ENABLE” button to turn on the Google Play Services app.

 

 

Now, again go to the “START” screen.

 

Tap the “START” button to proceed.

 

The next screen is “Copy apps & data”. When you reach this page, click the back button once. 

 

 

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

Now, hit “Set up offline” and then “CONTINUE”.

 

 

We have successfully bypassed the Google account on Celero 5G.

Now, just follow the on-screen prompts to finish the setup wizard.

First, accept the Google Services terms and conditions.

 

Now, skip the screen lock setup. This can be done later.

 

Skip the “Face unlock” setup and finally tap “Finish” to complete the setup wizard.

 

We have successfully landed on the “Celero 5G” home screen thus bypassing the Google account verification.

Now, let’s disable the accessibility menu shortcut.

For this, you’ve to open the Settings app. Now, Go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

 

 

Turn off the shortcut as shown above.

For any query or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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