Motorola G Pure was launched in 2021 with Android 11 out of the box. It is about to get the new Android 12 update in the coming months.
The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) is similar to the iCloud lock on iPhone. It gets activated when you hard reset the Moto G pure via Recovery Mode.
In case you do not remember the lock screen credentials or the previously synced Google account, follow the below method to bypass the FRP lock in a few minutes without using a computer, SIM card, or Bluetooth device –
To bypass the Moto G Pure lock screen I did a hard reset via Recovery Mode.
After the factory data reset, it brings me to the “Hi There” screen.
Click the “START” button to initiate the device setup.
In the next step, you need to connect your Moto G Pure to a Wifi network.
Now, it’s connected to the internet and getting ready. Wait for a few minutes.
After some time, it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” screen. Hit “Don’t copy” to move ahead.
Now, I’m stuck on the “Verify Password” screen. I do not remember the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.
Let’s use the latest and easiest 2022 hack to bypass the FRP lock on Motorola G Pure XT2163 without PC –
How to bypass Google account on Moto G Pure 2022 Android 11 XT2163 FRP unlock without a computer – MetroPCS, T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Cricket, Tracfone, Straight Talk, Boost Mobile, Factory Unlocked
NOTE: There is one more method to bypass the Google lock on Motorola G Pure. Please check the below link for the same –
To bypass the Google account, go back from “Google – “Verify your account” screen to the first page.
We have reached the “Hi There” screen.
Now, click on “Vision Settings” and then select “Talkback”.
Turn on Talkback and draw an opposite L on the screen by swiping right and then up. You can refer to the above screenshot.
A pop-up request appears – “Allow Android Accessibility Suite to record audio?”. Double-tap “While using the app” to approve this request.
Now, double-click on “Use voice commands” as shown above.
Say the term “Google Assistant” in the microphone to launch this app.
The voice command opens the Google Assistant app.
Now, click on the “Google Lens” icon.
We can turn off talkback at this stage. Press and hold both the volume keys for 3 seconds. Do this 2 times to turn off talkback.
Now, the talkback is turned off. Click on the Google lens icon to launch this app.
On the following screen, hit the “3 dots” icon and then tap the “i” icon as shown below.
On the “Cookies” window click on “Settings”.
Again hit the “3 dots” icon and select “Help & Feedback”.
Now, we have reached the “Support” screen.
Type the term delete in the search box.
Select the first search result – “Delete or disable apps on Android”.
Now, look for the link – “Tap to go to Application Settings” and click on it.
This will bring you to the “App Info” screen.
Scroll down and select “Settings”.
Hit “Open” to launch the Settings app.
Now, Go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.
Disable “Android Setup” & “Google Play Services”.
First, open the “Android Setup” app.
Hit the “Force Stop” button.
Now, go one step back and open “Google Play Services”.
Hit the “Disable” button to turn off Google Play Services.
Now, go 2 steps back and open “Accessibility”.
On the Settings page, click on “Accessibility” > Accessibility Menu”.
Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut”.
The accessibility menu can now be launched with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture. We are going to use it in the next step.
Now, use the back button to go back to the first page of the setup wizard.
We are now on the “Hi There” screen.
Swipe up with 2 fingers from the bottom of the screen as shown above.
When the menu opens, click on “Assistant”.
Click on “Settings” and then tap the “Enable” button on the “Google Play Services” page.
Go back to the first page with the back key.
Hit the “START” button to move ahead.
When you reach the “Getting your phone ready” or “Copy apps & data” screen hit the back button to go back to the previous page.
The previous page is “Connect to Wifi”. There is a new “Skip” option at the bottom-left corner.
Use the “Skip” button to bypass the Google account verification.
Click on “Skip” and then hit “Continue”.
We have successfully bypassed the Google verification on Motorola G Pure.
Now, hit “Accept” on the Google services page.
Skip the screen lock setup in the next step.
Follow the on-screen prompts and keep moving ahead.
We have to go through the gesture navigation guide.
Click Next & keep moving further.
Finally, swipe up the screen from the bottom to reach the Moto G Pure home screen.
We have successfully landed on the Motorola G Pure home screen thus bypassing the Google account.
You can also try the alternate method to bypass the Google lock on Moto G Pure Android 11 as follows –