Moto G Stylus FRP Bypass Android 11 2022 without PC new method

On some Motorola phones, the previous Motorola Android 11 FRP bypass 2021 method doesn’t work.

They don’t get the “Drive” option on the “Recent” page. So, they cannot access the “App Info” screen of the Google Drive app as shown above.

In this post, we are going to use an alternate method to bypass the Google lock on Motorola Android 11 devices without using a computer.

NOTE: You can also use the talkback method to bypass the Google lock on Moto G Stylus 2022 using the below link –

FRP unlock Moto G Stylus 5G 2022 Talkback method

So, Let’s begin the troubleshooting –

The Google verification screen shows up when you hard reset your Moto G Stylus via recovery mode. After the factory reset, it brings you to the “Hi There” screen as shown above.

Let’s click the “START” button to set up our Moto G Stylus device.

The next page is “Connect to Wifi”. To proceed further, connect your device to a Wifi network.


Now, it is getting ready. This process takes a few minutes.

The following screen is “Copy apps & data”. Choose “Don’t copy” to move ahead.


Now, I’ve reached the Moto G Stylus screen lock verification page. To get past this screen I either need the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.

I don’t remember either of the two.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to get past the Google lock on Moto G Stylus 5G Android 11 –

How to bypass Google lock on Moto G Stylus 5G without PC 2021 2022 XT2043 XT2115 Motorola Android 11 FRP Bypass Remove Account Verification

NOTE: There are 2 more ways to bypass the Google account on Moto G Stylus 5G 2022. These methods work on all Moto G Stylus devices running on Android 11 –

Moto G Stylus FRP Bypass Android 11 Talkback Method

Moto G Stylus Google Bypass Android 11 Emergency Call method


To bypass the FRP lock on your Motorola Android 11 device, go 2 steps back from the “Google – Verify your account” screen to the “Connect to Wifi” page as shown above.




When you reach the “Connect to Wifi” screen, click on “See all Wi-Fi networks” > ” Add new network”.




When the keyboard appears, hit the “mic icon” as marked in the above screenshot.

A pop-request is visble on the screen – “Allow Gboard to record audio?”. Choose “DENY”.


Again hit the microphone icon and this time click on “Deny & don’t ask again”.


Click the mic the 3rd time and this time there is an “Allow” option at the bottom-right corner. Click on it.


It’ll bring you to the “App Info” page of the “Gboard” app.

Select the 2nd option – “Permissions” and then tap the “search icon” at the top-right corner.



In the search bar type settings and scroll down to the bottom of the screen when the search results appear.

Select “Settings – App Info” with a blue circular icon. You can refer to the above screenshot.



On the following screen, hit “Open” to launch the Settings app.

We are now on the Settings page.

Go to “Apps & Notifications”.




Now, select “App Info” as shown above.

To bypass the Google lock we are going to disable the “Google Play Services” app.

Open “Google Play Services” and tap the “Disable” button.



Now “Force Stop” this app.

After disabling Google play services go 2 steps back.


Hit the back button 2 times to reach the settings page.

This time open “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.




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



Now, we can launch the accessibility menu with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture. We are going to use it later.

Now, restart your Moto G Stylus device. Long-press the power button and tap “Restart”.

After the restart, we are once again on the “Hi There” page.

Click the “START” button to move ahead.


Your device must be now on the “Getting your phone ready” screen.

When you reach this page, tap the back button once to land on the “Connect to “Wi-Fi” screen.


There is a “Skip” option at the bottom-left corner.

Tap “Skip” and then “Continue”.



It doesn’t proceed further. The phone stays on the “Just a sec” screen.

Go back to the first page.


Now, use the 2 finger swipe-up gesture to open the accessibility menu.

Pick the first option – “Assistant”.


Now, it says “Google Play Services Required”. Hit the “Settings” option at the bottom-right corner.

On the “App Info” screen, tap the “Enable” button to turn on “Google Play Services”.

Now, again go back to the first page.



Hit the back button to reach the “Hi There” screen.


Click the “START” button to move ahead.



Tap the back button once on the “Getting your phone ready” screen.



We are once again on the “Connect to Wi-Fi” page.

Click “Skip” and then “Continue”.


It brings me to the “Google Services” page. We have successfully bypassed the Google lock on Moto G Stylus Android 11.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions.

Now, skip the screen lock setup. You can add a screen lock later as well.

Now, follow the on-screen prompts and keep moving ahead.


Tap “Get started” to learn gesture navigation.



Learn the gestures and keep hitting “Next”.


Finally, use the swipe-up gesture to complete the setup wizard.


We have successfully landed on the Moto G Stylus Android 11 home screen thus bypassing the Google lock.

For any queries or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.

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