Moto G Pure is the latest entrant in Motorola’s G Series. Looking at the specs it feels more like an E series device than G series. It comes with Android 11 out of the box & uses an entry-level Mediatek Helio G25 processor.
On Moto G Pure the Factory Reset Protection (FRP) gets enabled when you hard factory reset your phone via Recovery Mode. During the device setup, we need to verify with the previously synced Google account. It’s similar to the iCloud lock on iPhone.
Let’s use the latest and easiest 2021 hack to get past the Google lock on Moto G Pure without using a computer. In a few minutes, you’ll be using your phone once again –
After doing a hard reset on my Moto G Pure using the volume down & power keys, the phone reached the “Hi There” screen.
Let’s click the “START” button to begin the device setup.
We need to connect our phone to a Wifi network.
My Motorola G Pure is connected to the Home-Wifi-4G network.
The phone is getting ready. We need to wait for a minute or two.
The next screen is “Copy apps & data”. Click “Don’t copy” to move ahead.
Now, it brings me to the screen lock password verification page. I don’t remember the password.
The alternate option is “Use my Google account instead”.
This time we are on the Google account verification screen. It’s asking to sign in using the last synced Google account.
Let’s use the latest 2021 hack to bypass the FRP lock on Moto G Pure Android 11 without PC –
How to bypass Google Account Verification – FRP lock on Moto G Pure without computer Android 11 2021 XT2163
To bypass the Google account, we need to go back from the “Verify Your account” page to the “Hi There” screen.
Use the back button to reach the first page.
Now, click the “Emergency Call” button.
The phone dialer appears on the screen.
Click “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” 2 times to open this page.
Now, hit the “edit icon” located at the top-right corner.
On the following screen, select “Name” and then the “Profile icon”.
When the dropdown appears, choose the lower option – “Choose an image”.
This will take you to the “Recent” page of the file manager app.
Hit the “3 bar” icon at the top-left corner.
Now, long-press the “Drive” option as marked in the above screenshot.
It’ll bring you to the “App Info” screen.
On this page, select the 2nd option – “Permissions”.
Now, we are on the App Permissions page.
Click the “search icon” at the top-right corner and enter the term settings
When the search results appear, scroll down to the bottom.
Select the 2nd “Settings – App Info” option with the blue circular icon.
On the following screen, touch “Open” to launch the Settings app.
Now, Go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.
Using the “App Info” screen, we are going to disable 2 apps – Android Setup & Google Play Services.
First, pick the “Android Setup” app.
Click “Force Stop” to disable this app.
Now, go one step back and click on “Google Play Services”.
Hit “Disable” to turn off this app.
Now Force Stop” this app.
After disabling both the apps, go 2 steps back to the settings screen.
Tap the back button 2 times to reach the settings page.
Now, open “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”
Enable the Accessibility Menu Shortcut. Confirm your action by tapping “Allow”.
Now, we can launch the accessibility menu with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture. We are going to use it later.
Restart your Moto G Pure.
Long-press the power button and tap “Restart”.
After the restart, we are on the “Hi There” screen.
Click “START” to proceed.
The next page is “Copy apps & data”.
Click the back button once to go back from “Copy Apps & data” page to the “Connect to Wifi” screen.
There is a new “Skip” option on the “Connect to Wifi” page.
Click “Skip” and then “Continue” as shown above.
The phone now stays on the “Just a Sec” screen. To continue the device setup we need to enable the Google Play Services app.
Go back to the first page using the back button.
Now, use the 2 finger swipe up gesture to launch the “Accessibility Menu”.
Select the first option – “Assistant”.
Now, tap “Settings” and then “Enable” the Google Play Services app.
Once the app is enabled go back using the back button.
Click “START” to proceed.
Hit the back key once, when you reach the “Copy apps & data” screen.
Again click “Skip” and then “Continue”.
This brings us directly to the “Google Services” screen. We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.
Accept the Google services terms and conditions.
“Skip” the screen lock setup. We can add it later.
Hit “Accept & continue” on the Motorola Privacy screen.
Turn off the “Subscribe to emails” option and click “Next”.
Tap “Get Started” on the gesture navigation screen.
Keep clicking “Next” to move forward.
Now, we have reached the last page of the setup wizard.
We need to swipe up the screen to reach the Moto G Pure home screen. You can follow the arrow in the above screenshot.
We have successfully landed on the Moto G Pure home screen, thus bypassing the Google lock.
If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.