Cricket Dream 5G Google FRP Bypass New Method 2022 Android 11

Dream 5G is a budget 5G smartphone from Cricket that comes with Android 11 out of the box.

In this post, we are going to use a new Talkback method to bypass the Google account verification on Dream 5G EC211001 without a computer. In a few minutes, you’ll reach the Cricket Dream home screen –


I was locked out on my Dream 5G device. To bypass the Cricket Dream 5G lock screen password I had to factory reset the phone with the volume up & power keys.

After the hard reset via Recovery mode, I reached the “Hi There” screen as shown above.

Let’s begin the device setup by hitting the “START” button.


To proceed further, you need to connect your device to a Wifi network.

Now, it’s connected to the internet & is getting ready.

After some time it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” page. Hit the “Don’t copy” option to move ahead.

Now, I’m stuck on the “Verify Password” screen. I do not remember the lock screen password.

The 2nd option is – “Use my Google account instead”.

I do not remember the previously synced Google account as well.

Let’s use the new Talkback method to bypass the Google FRP lock on Cricket Dream 5G Android 11 as follows –


How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Cricket Dream 5G Android 11 2022 without a computer using the new Talkback method


To bypass the Google lock, move back from the “Google – Verify your account” screen to the first page of the setup wizard.

We are now on the “START” screen.

Click on “Vision Settings” as shown above.

Now, select the last option – “Talkback”.

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

Tap “ALLOW” when prompted.

Talkback is now enabled.

Draw an opposite L on the screen. Swipe towards the right then up.

A pop-up request appears – “Allow Android Accessibility Suite to record audio?”.

Double-click on “WHILE USING THIS APP”.


Another mini-window appears – “Use voice commands to control Talkback”.

Double-tap on “Use voice commands”.

Say the term Google Assistant in the mic.

This voice command launches the Google Assistant app.

Now, double-tap on the “3 bar icon” at the bottom-right corner.

This will bring you to the “Tips for You” page.

At this stage, we can turn off the Talkback.


Press and hold both the volume buttons for 3 seconds to disable talkback.

You may need to do this thing twice to turn off talkback.

With the “3 bar icon” we reached the “Tips for you” screen.

Here click the last option – “Explore more from Assistant”.



Now, hit the “profile picture icon” located at the top-right corner and choose “Help”.




This brings me to the “Support” screen.

Type delete in the search box.

Among the search result, click on “Delete, disable & manage unused apps on Android”.


On the following screen, click on the link – Tap to go to Application Settings”.

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

Scroll down and open “Settings”.


Hit “OPEN” to launch the Settings app.


Now, go to “Apps” > “VIEW ALL 40 APPS”.


We need to disable 2 apps. First, open the “Android Setup” app.

Hit the “FORCE STOP” button. Click “OK” when prompted.

Go a step back and open “Google Play Services”.

Choose the “DISABLE” option to turn off the Google Play Services app.

Now, go 2 steps back to reach the Settings page.


This time click on –  “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

Turn on the Accessibility Menu Shortcut and hit the “ALLOW” option.


The shortcut is created. We will use it in the next step.

Now, hit the back button multiple times until you reach the “START” screen.

On the “Hi There” screen, click the accessibility menu shortcut and choose the first option – “ASSISTANT”.

It fails to open the Google Play Services app & shows an error – “Google Play Services Required”.

Hit “Settings” to move ahead.

Now, tap the “ENABLE” button to turn on Google Play Services.

After enabling the app, move back to the first page.

Hit “START” to move ahead.


When you land on the “Copy apps & data” screen, hit the back button once. 

The previous page is “Connect to Wifi”. 


On the Wifi screen there is a new option – Set up offline”.

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


We have bypassed the Google account verification.

Hit the “Accept” button on the “Google Services” screen.

Skip the screen lock set up in the next step.


Skip the face unlock setup as well.

Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup wizard.

We have successfully landed on the Cricket Dream 5G home screen thus bypassing the Google lock.

Now, disable the accessibility menu shortcut.

Open the Settings app and click on “Accessibility”.

Now, go to the “Accessibility Menu” and turn off the shortcut.

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