In this post, we are going to use the latest & easiest method to bypass FRP /Google Account on LG Aristo 4 Plus MetroPCS lmx320ma / T-Mobile lmx320ta without using an app or computer.
It’s a very straight forward method. In a few minutes, you’ll be able to restore your Aristo 4 Plus back to the normal working state.
We get to see the above screen on doing a Factory Data Reset using the Hard Keys i.e Volume Down & Power Key on Aristo 4 Plus.
As a safety measure, we are asked to sign in using the last synced Google account on this device.
Follow the below step by step tutorial with screenshots to bypass the Google Lock on your Aristo 4 Plus –
How to Bypass Google Verification on LG Aristo 4 Plus LM-X320TA 2019-2020
First of all, go back from the above Google verification screen to the first screen of the setup wizard using the back key.
We are back from the Google Sign-in page to the Welcome Screen of the setup wizard.
Now look for “Accessibility” and click on it.
When the confirmation-pop appears, accept it by tapping “SETTINGS” as shown above.
This opens the “Accessibility” page.
The last option on this page is “Switch Access”. Click on it.
On the Switch Access Page, there is the “SETTINGS” option at the bottom-right corner. Hit this option.
The first option on the “Switch Access Settings” page is “Help & feedback”. Tap this option to move ahead.
On the “Support” page, again select the first option, “About Switch Access for Android”.
On the next page, there is a Youtube video about switch access.
Tap on the video window and a 3 dots menu icon would appear on the top. Select this icon.
On the Video screen, there are 2 options – “Watch Later” & “Share”. Select “Share” to proceed further.
Now either select the Youtube video link or the 3 dots icon to get access to the Youtube app.
We are now on the Youtube app.
Below the video, there is a “Share” option. Select it.
Now use “Email” as the sharing medium.
Give access to the Email app by hitting “ALLOW”.
Once again, select “Share” and “Email”.
Now we have to select the Email provider.
Among the listed options, select “Other” as shown above.
Enter an email id in the first “EMAIL ADDRESS” field.
The “MANUAL SETUP” option is enabled. Select this option.
Select the account type as “Microsoft Exchange” and click “NEXT”.
On the “Server Settings” page, look for the last option i.e. “Client Certificate.
Click “Add” to add a certificate.
A pop-up appears and it says we need to add a secure screen lock first, to proceed further.
Hit “CHANGE” to add a screen lock.
Now we are on the “Select screen lock” page.
The options are Pattern, PIN, and Password.
Set any screen lock which is easy to remember.
I’m setting up a PIN lock.
After adding the PIN lock, it takes me to the “Fingerprints” page. There is no need to add a Fingerprint as of now.
Just restart your LG Aristo 4 Plus.
Long-Press the power key, and among the listed options, select “Power off and restart”.
When the phone reboots, it’s again on the Welcome Screen.
Use the “forward arrow” to proceed further.
Tap “DON’T COPY” on the “Copy apps & data” page.
This time we are on the Google Sign-in page. Look for the “Skip” option at the bottom-left corner and select it.
When the confirmation pop-up appears, again hit “Skip”.
Now, we are on the Google Services page.
Accept Google Services terms and conditions by hitting “MORE” & then “ACCEPT”.
Finally, we are on the “Legal Documents” Page. This is the last page of the Setup Wizard.
Agree to the respective checkboxes and hit “NEXT”.
If yours is a T-Mobile Aristo 4 Plus, you’ve to accept the T-Mobile terms and conditions.
Finally, Select the Home Screen, with or without the app drawer, and tap “DONE”.
We have successfully bypassed the Google Account / FRP on LG Aristo 4 Plus.
Using the same procedure I’ve made a video on LG Aristo 4 Plus FRP Bypass. Check out the below video –
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