LG Phoenix 5 FRP Bypass new method 2022 Google unlock lmk300

Are you stuck on the Google account verification on LG Phoenix 5? Don’t worry it’s quite easy to bypass the FRP lock. In a few minutes, you’ll reach the Phoenix 5 home screen.

The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) becomes effective when you hard reset the device via recovery mode. To complete the device setup you need to know the screen lock credentials or the previously synced Google account.

In this post, we are going to use the latest & easiest 2022 method to get past the Google lock on Phoenix 5 lmk300 without a computer –

I forgot the LG Phoenix 5 lock screen pattern. To bypass the lock screen I had to reset the device using the volume down & power keys.

After the reset, I’ve landed on the “Welcome” page. This is the first screen of the setup wizard.

Let’s hit the forward button to begin the setup.

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



Now, we need to connect our Phoenix 5 to a Wi-Fi network.

Connect to the internet and tap “NEXT”.




After checking for updates, it brought me to the “Copy apps & data” screen.

Click “Don’t copy” to move ahead.

Now, I’ve reached the screen lock verification page. Here I need to enter the lock screen pattern or the previously synced Google account.

I don’t remember either of the 2.

Let’s use the quickest 2022 method to get past the FRP lock in a few minutes –

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We are stuck on the “Google – Verify your account” screen.

Use the back button to go 2 steps back to reach the “Set Internet Connection” page.

When you reach the “Set Internet Connection” screen, tap the “Wifi button” and the “Next” button simultaneously.

On hitting both the buttons at the same time, it’ll bring you to the “Google Services” screen.

You’ll be successful in a few tries.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions.

It brings me to the “Secure your phone” page.

Choose “Set up only pattern, PIN, or password” and select “Next”.

We are now on the “Protect your phone” screen. There are 3 options on this page – Pattern, PIN, and Password.

You can choose either of the 3 to set up a new screen lock. This new lock will replace the old password.

I’ve selected the PIN option.



I’ve added 1234 as the new PIN code. You can refer to the above screenshots.

We have successfully changed the screen lock.

Now, it brings me to the “Set Internet Connection” page.

Turn on Wi-Fi and click “NEXT”.


Hit “DON’T COPY” on the following screen.

It brought me directly to the “Google – Verify your Account” screen and skipped the screen lock verification page. 

We need the “Verify PIN” screen to bypass the Google lock. 

The only way to restore that page is a hard reset. 

Let’s turn off the device to enter Recovery Mode.


To put your Phoenix 5 into recovery mode –

  • Power off your device.
  • Press & hold the volume down & power buttons.
  • As soon as the “LG Phoenix 5” logo appears, release the power key for a moment and hold it again. Do not leave the volume down key.
  • Keep pressing both the buttons to reach the “Factory Data Reset” page.


  • My phone is now in Recovery mode

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

Again go down from “No(Exit)” to “Yes” and click the power key to reset your device.


The reset took a few minutes. Once again we are on the “Welcome” page.

Touch the forward button to proceed.


Connect your Phoenix 5 to a Wifi network and click “NEXT”.


On the following screen click “DON’T COPY” as shown above.

This time we get the “Verify PIN” screen. It is restored after the hard reset.

Enter the PIN code 1234 and tap “Done”.


We have successfully bypassed the screen lock verification & the google lock as well.

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


Accept the Google services terms and conditions.

Follow the on-screen prompts to keep moving ahead.



Skip the AT&T account setup. We can do it later.


On the “Legal Documents” screen tick the “I agree” checkbox and click “DONE” to complete the setup wizard.



We have successfully landed on the LG Phoenix 5 home screen thus bypassing the Google lock.


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