LG Aristo 5 FRP Bypass 2021 2022 Google Account lock lmk300

LG Aristo 5 was launched with Android 10 in mid-2020 and it’s still not updated to Android 11. K51 was launched at around the same time and it’s now running on Android 11.

LG Aristo series belongs to MetroPCS/T-Mobile. Aristo 5 is a budget android smartphone with an entry-level processor and bare basic features.

If you’re stuck on the Google account verification on Aristo 5 then follow the below troubleshooting guide to land on the Aristo 5 home screen.

The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) restricts you to complete the device setup after a hard reset unless you verify with the lock screen Pattern/PIN/Password or the previously synced Google account.

Using the below method we are going to bypass the Aristo 5 Google lock in a few minutes without using a computer, SIM Card, Bluetooth device, or Android app  –

I forgot the LG Aristo 5 lock screen password. I had to reset the device using the volume down & power button.

The factory data reset took a few minutes and then I reached the “Welcome” screen of the setup wizard.

Let’s click the forward button to complete the device setup.

Hit “Next” on the “New Second Screen”.

 

To proceed further, we need to connect our Aristo 5 device to a Wi-fi network.

 

After checking for updates it brings you to the “Copy apps & data” screen.

Hit “Don’t copy” to move ahead.

 

 

This time we are on the screen lock verification page. As the device was reset via recovery mode, we need to verify with the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to get past the Google lock on LG Aristo 5 as follow –

How to bypass Google account on LG Aristo 5 2021 2022 without a computer – No Switch Access – FRP unlock LMK300mm MetroPCS T-Mobile

 

To bypass the FRP lock on Aristo 5, we need to pull out the keyboard.

Tap the blank field – “Email or Phone” to pull out the keyboard.

Now, click the small keyboard icon at the bottom of the keyboard.

 

 

A “Default keyboard” window appears on the screen. Choose “Settings” to move ahead.

The next page is “Manage keyboards”.

3 keyboards are listed on this page. Select the first keyboard i.e. “Gboard”.

 

On the Gboard settings screen, touch the “3 dots” icon and choose “Help & Feedback”.

 

 

The following screen is “Support”.

Pick the first article on this page – “Delete or disable apps on Android”.

On the next page, look for the link – “Tap to go to Application Settings” and click on it.

 

 

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

Scroll down and select “Settings”. Now, hit “Open” to access the Settings app.

 

In Settings, click on “Fingerprints” and then hit “Next”.

 

 

 

Now, we have reached the “Select Screen Lock” page.

Using this screen, we can replace the old lock screen password with a new Pattern, PIN, or Password.

I’m setting up a new PIN code 1234 as shown above.

 

Re-enter the PIN code and click “OK”.

A confirmation text appears at the bottom – “Screen lock has been changed”.

 

Now, using the new PIN code we can bypass the Google account.

Let’s go back to do the same. Use the back button to reach the first page.

 

 

Hit the forward arrow on the Welcome page. Now, click “Next” on the “New Second Screen”.

 

 

Choose “Don’t copy” on the “Copy apps & data” page.

It skipped the screen lock verification page and directly brought me to the “Google – Verify your Account” screen. Without the “Verify PIN” screen we cannot bypass the Google lock. 

To restore that page, we are going to hard reset the phone using the volume down + power button.

 

Long-press the power button and choose “POWER OFF”.

 

 

Wait for the phone to shut down.

Now, press and hold volume down & power keys to boot the phone.

As soon as the “LG Aristo 5” logo appears on the screen, release only the power button for a moment and hold it again. Do not release the volume down key.

Keep holding both the buttons to enter the Recovery mode.

 

We are now in Recovery Mode.

Press the volume button to move from “No(Exit)” to “Yes”. Now, click the power key once.

Again go down from “No” to “Yes” and hit the power button to reset your Aristo 5.

After a few minutes, I’ve landed on the “Welcome” page.

Click the forward button and then the “Next” button on the “New Second Screen”.

 

 

Select “Don’t copy” on the “Copy apps & data” screen.

This time it brings me to the “Verify PIN” screen.

Enter the PIN code we set earlier i.e. 1234 and click “OK”.

We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.

Use the “Skip” option to get past the Google sign-in screen.

 

 

Now, accept the Google services terms and conditions.

 

 

We are now on the “Review Additional Apps” screen. Tap “OK” to proceed further.

 

 

Finally, tick the “I agree” checkbox and click “Done” on the “Legal Documents” screen to complete the setup wizard.

We have successfully landed on the LG Aristo 5 home screen thus bypassing the Google account.

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

 

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