All the Motorola Stylus devices including Moto G Stylus 2020 XT2043, 2021 XT2115, Stylus 5G XT2131 & the latest 2022 model XT2211 are currently running on Android 11.
In this post, we are going to use the latest and easiest 2022 method to bypass the Google verification on Motorola G Stylus 5G running on Android 11 without using a computer, SIM Card, Bluetooth device, or app.
In less than 10 minutes you’ll reach the Moto G Stylus home screen. Follow the below step-by-step procedure with screenshots to bypass the Google lock –
The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) gets enabled when you reset your Motorola G Stylus using the volume down + power keys via Recovery Mode.
During the device setup, you need to verify with the previously synced Google account to land on the home screen.
After the reset, my Moto G Stylus reached the “Hi There” screen as shown above.
Let’s click the “START” button to proceed further.
In the next step, we need to connect our device to a Wifi network.
The phone will stay on the “Getting your phone ready” screen for a minute or two. That’s normal.
Choose “Don’t copy” when you reach the “Copy apps & data” page.
Now, it’s asking for the screen lock password. I do not remember the correct password or the previously synced Google account.
Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google verification as follows –
How to bypass Google verification FRP lock on Moto G Stylus 5G XT2131, Stylus 2022 XT2211, Stylus 2020 XT2043, Stylus 2021 XT2115 – MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, Cricket, Verizon, Tracfone, AT&T, T-Mobile, Factory Unlocked
To bypass the Google lock, use the back button to go back to the “Connect to WiFi” screen.
Hit the back key 2 times as shown above.
On the “Connect to Wifi” screen, click on “+ See all Wi-Fi networks” > “+ Add new network”.
When the pop request appears, “Allow Gboard to record audio?”, tap “Deny”.
Again hit the microphone and click “Deny & don’t ask again”.
Earlier on tapping the mic the 3rd time we used to get an “Allow” option at the bottom of the screen.
However, in the recent security update, the old exploit is fixed.
Now, when you click the microphone it shows an error – “No permission to enable Voice typing”.
You can refer to the above screenshots.
Now, we need to use a new method to bypass the Google account.
Tap the back button to reach the first page.
On the “Hi There” screen, click on “Vision Settings”.
Select the last option on the “Vision Settings” page i.e. Talkback.
Hit the “Use Talkback” button to enable talkback.
Now, draw an opposite L on the screen as shown above. First swipe to the right then up.
When the pop-up request appears – “Allow Android Accessibility Suite to record audio?”, double-click – “While using the app”.
A new pop-up shows up, “Use voice commands to control talkback”.
Now Double-tap “Use voice commands”.
Say the term Google assistant to launch the Google Assistant app.
Hit the “Google lens icon” as marked in the above screenshot.
Now, press & hold both the volume keys to turn off talkback. You need to do this twice to turn off talkback.
Talkback is now turned off.
Hit the Google lens icon to launch this app.
Click on “Open camera”.
Now, a pop-up request appears – “Allow Google to take pictures & record video?”. Choose “Deny”.
Repeat the previous step.
Again tap “Open camera” and then “Deny”.
Now, there is a new option “Go to settings”. Click on it.
We are now on the “App Info” screen of the Google app.
Click on “Permissions” to proceed further.
Hit the search icon and type settings in the search bar.
Now, scroll down on this page and select “Settings – App Info” with a circular icon.
Click “OPEN” to reach the settings app.
On the Settings page, select “Apps & Notifications”.
Now click the first option – “App Info”.
On this screen, we are going to disable 2 apps.
First, pick the “Android Setup” app.
Hit the “Force Stop” button to disable “Android Setup”.
Now, go one step back and open “Google Play Services”.
Hit the “Disable” button.
After disabling the 2 apps, go 2 steps back to reach the Settings page.
This time go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.
Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut”.
Hit “Allow” when prompted.
We can launch the accessibility menu with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture.
Now, tap the back button multiple times to go back to the first page.
We are once again on the “Hi There” screen.
Use the 2 finger swipe-up gesture to launch the accessibility menu.
Select the first option – “Assistant”.
Click on “Settings” and then hit the “Enable” button.
Tap the back key to go to the “Hi There” screen.
On the “Hi There” screen, click the “START” button to move ahead.
When you reach the “Getting your phone ready” or “Copy apps & data” screen, hit the back button once.
This will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” page.
There is a new “Skip” option at the bottom-left corner.
Click on “Skip” and then “Continue”.
We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.
Accept the Google services terms and conditions.
Now, skip the screen lock setup.
Follow the on-screen prompts to keep moving ahead.
Hit “Get started” on the gesture navigation screen.
Click “Next” to proceed further.
In the last step, you need to swipe up the screen from the bottom to reach the home screen.
We have successfully landed on the Moto G Stylus 5G home screen thus bypassing the Google account.
If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.