Moto G Pro FRP Bypass Google 2022 Android 12 11 XT2043-7

Motorola G Pro is the Dual-SIM version of Moto G Stylus 2020 sold in the USA. Both the devices share the same model number XT2043.

Moto G Pro is now updated to Android 12, however, Motorola G Stylus is still running on Android 11.

In this post, we are going to use a common method to bypass the Google account verification on Motorola G Pro/Stylus running on Android 11 & 12 as follows –

On Motorola G Pro, when locked out you need to hard reset the device with the volume down & power button.

I forgot the lock screen password. To bypass the Moto G Pro lock screen, I did a factory reset via Recovery Mode.

After the reset, it brings me to the “Hi There” screen. Let’s tap “START” to begin the device setup.


Next, you need to connect your device to the internet using Wifi or Mobile data.


After a few minutes, it’ll bring you to the “Copy apps & data” page as shown above. Click on “Don’t copy”.


This time my phone is stuck on the “Verify Password” screen. To bypass this page I need to enter the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.

I do not remember either of the two.

Let’s use the latest 2022 method to bypass the Google verification on Moto G Pro Android 11 & 12 without PC as follows –

How to bypass Google account verification on Motorola G Pro XT2043-7 FRP unlock without computer Android 11 2022

To bypass the Google account, go back to the first page.


When you reach the “START” screen, click on “Vision settings”.

Now, choose the last option – “Talkback”.

Touch the “Use Talkback” button to turn on Talkback.

When Talkback turns on, draw an opposite L on the screen. Swipe right then up. Please refer to the above screenshot.


A pop-up request appears, “Allow Android Accessibility Suite to Record Audio?”. Double-click on “While using this app”.

A new window appears – “Use voice commands to control Talkback”. Double tap on – “Use voice commands”.

Now, say “Google Assistant” to launch this app.

The Google Assistant window appears at the bottom. Click on the “3 bar icon” at the bottom-right corner.

Now, we can turn off Talkback.

Press and hold both the volume buttons for 3 seconds.


It says – “Turn on Talkback shortcut?”. Again press and hold the volume keys for 3 seconds.

Talkback is now turned off.

Click the “3 bar icon” at the bottom to reach the “Tips for you” page.

Now, select the last option  – “Explore more from Assistant”.



On the “Explore” screen, tap the “Profile icon” on the top-right corner and choose “Help”.


On the “Help” page, hit the search box and type delete.

When the search results appear, click on “Delete or disable apps on Android”.


On the following screen, look for the link – “Tap to go to Application Settings” & click on it.

It brings me to the “All Apps” screen.

Scroll down on this page and choose “Settings”.


On the “App Info” page, hit “Open” to launch the Settings app.


Now, go to “Apps” > “All Apps”.

Choose the “Android Setup” app and hit the “Force Stop” button.


After stopping this app, go one step back to the previous page.


Now, open “Google Play Services” and click on “Disable”.


Now, tap the “Disable app” option.

Afterward, go 2 steps back to reach the Settings page.


Click the back button 2 times.


Now, open “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.



Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” and hit the “Allow” option.

You can see the shortcut button at the bottom-right corner.

Now, click the back key multiple times to reach the first page.


When you reach the “Hi There” page, click the accessibility menu shortcut.

Now, choose “Assistant”.


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

Now, click the “Enable” button to turn on the Google Play Services app.


Again go back to the “START” screen as shown above.


Click “START” to move ahead.


When you land on the “Privacy & software updates” or “Copy apps & data” screen, click the back button once. 

Now, you must be on the “Connect to Wifi” screen.


There is a new “Skip” option at the bottom-left corner. Click on it.

Now, tap “Continue”.


We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification on Motorola G Pro without a computer.

Now, hit the “Accept” button on the “Google Services” page.

Skip the screen lock set up in the next step.


Follow the on-screen prompts and keep moving ahead.



Finally, tap “Done” to finish the setup wizard.

We have successfully landed on the Moto G Pro home screen, thus bypassing the Google verification.


Now, open the “Settings” app and turn off the accessibility menu shortcut.

Go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

Use the toggle button to turn off the shortcut.

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




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