Moto G Fast G8 FRP Bypass Android 11 2022 Google Lock XT2045-3

Motorola Moto G Fast (Moto G8) was launched with Android 10 and is now updated to Android 11. There are 2 variants of Moto G Fast in the US – Factory Unlocked and Boost Mobile. After the Android 11 software update, the old FRP bypass exploit is fixed. Now, we need to use a new method to bypass the Google lock on Moto G Fast Android 11.

In this post, we are going to use the latest and easiest 2022 method to get past the FRP lock without a computer, SIM Card, Bluetooth device, or Android app –

On Moto G Fast, the Google account verification is required when you hard reset your device via Recovery Mode. To complete the setup wizard you either need the lock screen PIN/Pattern/Password or the previously synced Google account.  Use the below hack to land on the Motorola G Fast home screen in a few minutes –

I forgot the Moto G Fast lock screen password. To bypass the lock screen I did a hard reset using the volume down & power keys.

After the data wipe, it brings me to the “Hi There” screen. Let’s complete the device setup.

Hit the “START” button to move ahead.

The next page is “Connect to Wifi”.

Connect your Motorola G Fast device to a Wifi network.


After connecting to the internet we need to wait for a few minutes. The phone is getting ready.

The following screen is “Copy apps & data”.

We can choose the “Don’t copy” option to move ahead.




Now, I’ve reached the screen lock password verification screen. As the device was reset via Recovery mode, we either need to verify with the lock screen password or with the previously synced Google account.

I don’t remember either of the 2. I’ll use a hack to get past the Google lock on Moto G Fast Android 11 as follows –

How to bypass Google lock on Moto G Fast – Motorola G8 FRP Bypass Android 11 2021 2022 without computer XT2045-3 Boost mobile, Factory Unlocked



This time we are on the Google account verification screen.

Use the back button to go 2 steps back to reach the “Connect to Wifi” page.



Now, click on “See all Wi-Fi networks” > “Add new network”.



On the keyboard, you can see a “microphone icon” at the top-right corner. Click on it.

A pop-up request appears on the screen – “Allow Gboard to record audio?” Choose “Deny”.

Again click the microphone and now choose “Deny & don’t ask again”.


Hit the mic one more time and this time tap the “Allow” option at the bottom-right corner.


This will bring you to the “Gboard” screen.

Open “Permissions” and then hit the “Search icon” at the top-right corner.




Enter the term settings in the search bar.

Now, when the search results appear scroll down to the bottom & select “Settings – App Info” with a blue circular icon. You can refer to the above screenshot.





Now, click “Open” to launch the Settings app.

In Settings, Go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.




All the apps are listed on the “App Info” page.

We need to disable 2 apps – “Android Setup & Google Play Services”.

Select “Android Setup” and then tap “Force Stop”.



After disabling “Android Setup”, go one step back and open “Google Play Services”.



On the Google Play Services page, hit the “Disable” button. Choose “Disable app” when prompted.



Now, tap the “Force Stop” button & then go back to the Settings page.


Now, we go back to the Settings page and open the “Accessibility” page.


Click on “Accessibility” and then “Accessibility Menu”.



Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut”. Tap “Allow” to confirm your action.


This shortcut allows you to open the accessibility menu with a 2 finger swipe up gesture. You can give it a try. We are going to use it in a while.




Now, long press the power button to restart your Moto G Fast device.

Hit the “START” button when you land on the “Hi There” screen.


Now, it’s getting your phone ready.

Tap the back button once to reach the “Connect to Wifi” screen. 



As we disabled the Google play services app, we get a skip option on the Wi-fi screen.

Click “Skip” and then “Continue”.


I cannot go any further. It’s stuck on the “Just a sec” screen.

We need to enable the Google Play Services app to complete the device setup.

Use the back button to reach the first page.



Now, launch the “Accessibility Menu” with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture.

Tap the first option – “Assistant”.

Now, click “Settings” and then “Enable” the Google Play Services app as shown above.



After turning on Google Play Services go back to the first page.



Tap the “START” button to move ahead.


Again click the back button on the “Getting your phone ready” screen. 



We are on the “Connect to Wifi” page.

Hit “Skip” and then “Continue”.



It’ll bring you to the Google Services page. We have successfully bypassed the Google lock on Motorola Moto G Fast Android 11.

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

Click “Accept” on the “Google Services” screen.



Touch “Skip” to bypass the screen lock setup. You can do this later.


Hit “Accept & continue” on the “Motorola – Privacy & software updates” screen.

Turn off the subscribe to emails option and hit “Next”.



Now, go through the gesture navigation guide.




Keep hitting “Next” to proceed further.


At last, you need to use the swipe-up gesture to complete the setup wizard.


We have successfully landed on the Motorola G Fast G8 Android 11 home screen after bypassing the Google lock.

If you’re stuck somewhere, feel free to leave a comment below.






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