Moto G power 2021 2022 FRP Bypass Google New Method No PC

The latest iteration in the Motorola Power series is Moto G Power 2022. Now, all the Motorola devices except G7 Power are running on Android 11 such as Moto G Power 2020 xt2041, G power 2021 xt2117 & G power 2022 xt2165.

In this post, we are going to use a new method to bypass the Google account verification on all Motorola G Power devices without using a computer.

Follow the below troubleshooting guide to reach the Motorola Android 11 home screen in a few minutes –

I had to hard reset my Moto G Power to bypass the lock screen password. After the factory reset, I reached the “Hi There” screen as shown above.

Click the “START” button to move ahead.

Now, to proceed further we have to connect our device to the internet via Wifi or Mobile data.

 

The phone gets ready in a while and then we land on the “Copy apps & data” page. Let’s click “Don’t copy”.

 

 

This time I’m stuck on the “Verify Password” screen. I either need the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account to proceed further.

I have forgotten these details. Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google account on Motorola G Power as follows –

 

How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Motorola G Power 2021 2022 without computer Android 11 xt2041 xt2117 xt2165 Verizon, Tracfone, MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, Sprint, T-Mobile, Straight Talk, AT&T, Cricket

Tap the back button to move from the “Google – Verify your account” page to the “START” screen.

 

We have reached the “START” screen.

Now, Go to “Vision settings” and select “Talkback”.

 

 

 

Turn on talkback by hitting the “Use talkback” button.

Now, draw an L on the screen as shown above.

 

 

This will launch the “Talkback Menu” window. Double-tap on “Talkback Settings”.

When you reach the “Talkback Settings” screen, turn off talkback.

Press and hold both the volume keys.

 

 

Again press and hold the volume keys to turn off the talkback.

 

Now, select “Braille keyboard”.

Then choose the first option – “Set up braille keyboard”.

 

When the pop window appears, tap “Gboard” as shown above.

This will bring you to the “Google Play Store” screen.

Now, hit the “3 dots icon” on the top and select “Settings”.

 

 

 

Pick the first option – “General” and then choose “Notifications”.

 

We are now on the “Notification Settings” screen.

Select “Account” and then hit the “Google Play Store icon” on the “Notification category” screen.

 

 

 

This brings me to the “App Info” screen of the Google Play Store app.

Now, select “Permissions” and then touch the “Search button” at the top.

 

 

 

In the search box type settings and wait for the search results to show up.

Now, scroll down on this page and select “Settings – App Info” with a circular icon.

Then hit “OPEN” to launch the Settings app.

 

We are now in Settings.

Go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.

 

 

Here, click on “Android Setup” and tap the “Force stop” button.

 

 

After stopping this app, go one step back and launch “Google Play Services”.

 

Click the “Disable” button to turn off  Google Play Services.

 

 

Now, hit the back button 2 times to reach the Settings screen.

 

Now open “Accessibility” > “Accessibilty Menu”.

 

 

 

Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” and click “Allow” when prompted.

 

We can launch the accessibility menu with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture as shown above.

 

 

Now, click the back button multiple times until you reach the first page.

We are again on the “START” screen.

Launch the Accessibility menu with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture.

When the menu opens, select “Assistant”.

It says “Google Play Services Required”. Hit “Settings” to move ahead.

Now, tap the “Enable” button as shown above.

 

 

Go back to the “START” screen with the back key.

 

 

Hit “START”  to move ahead.

 

 

When you reach the “Getting your phone ready” or “Copy apps & data” page, hit the back button once. 

This will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” page. 

 

 

There appears a new “Skip” option at the bottom. This will allow us to complete the device setup without the internet.

Click on “Skip” and then “Continue”.

 

 

We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification on Moto G Power.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions to proceed further.

 

Skip the screen lock set up in the next step.

 

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

 

 

 

Go through the gesture navigation guide.

 

 

Keep hitting “Next” to reach the last screen.

 

 

Now, swipe up the screen from the bottom to reach the Moto G Power home screen.

 

 

We have successfully bypassed the Google verification on Moto G Power Android 11 without a computer.

If you’re stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.

 

 

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