Moto G100 FRP Bypass 2021 Android 11 Google Account XT-2125

Moto G100 is a mid-range smartphone with high-end specs. It’s the highest specced smartphone in the Moto G Series.

It comes with an insanely powerful Snapdragon 870 processor with 5G support and a 90hz refresh rate display. Moto G100 comes with Android 11 out of the box.

On Motorola G100 the Factory Reset Protection (FRP) comes into effect when you hard reset the phone via Recovery Mode. To claim the ownership of the device, you need to verify with the previously synced Google account during the device setup.

Let’s use the latest and easiest 2021 method to bypass the Google lock on Moto G100 without a computer as follows –

I did a factory reset using the volume down + power keys on my Moto G100. I was locked out due to the forgotten password & the only option was a hard reset.

After the reset, I’ve landed on the “Hi There” screen.

Let’s click “START” to initiate the device setup.

In the next step, we are going to connect our G100 to a Wifi network.

After getting connected, it stays on the “Getting your phone ready” screen for a minute or two.

The next screen is “Copy apps & data”. Hit “Don’t copy” to skip this step.

Now, it brings me to the password verification screen. I don’t remember the lock screen password. There is one more option – Use my Google account instead.

You need to know the previously synced Google account details to get past this Google verification screen.

We are going to use the latest 2021 hack to get past this FRP lock in a few minutes without a computer –

How to bypass Google Account Verification – FRP lock on Moto G100 without PC XT2125

 

To bypass the Google account go back from the “Verify your Account” page to the “Hi There” screen.

Keep going back until you reach the first page.

 

Now, click the “Emergency call” button to open the phone dialer.

Tap “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” 2 times as shown above.

 

 

Now, hit the “edit icon” at the top-right corner.

 

 

On the following screen, click “Name” and then touch the “Profile Icon”.

 

 

A dropdown appears with 2 options. Select the lower one – “Choose an image”.

This will bring you to the “Recent” page of the file manager app.

Tap the “3 bar” icon at the top-left corner.

 

 

Now, long-press “Drive” to reach the “App Info” screen.

Select “Permissions” to proceed further.

 

 

Now, touch the “search icon” at the top-right corner and type the term settings

 

 

Wait for the search results to appear.

Now, choose the 2nd “Settings – App Info” option with a blue circular icon as shown above.

Tap “Open” to launch the Settings app.

 

 

We are now in Settings.

Go to “Apps & Notifications” > “App Info”.

 

 

 

On this page, we are going to disable 2 apps – Android Setup & Google Play Services.

Open the Android Setup App and tap “Force Stop”.

 

 

Now, open the Google Play Services app and hit the “Disable” button.

 

 

 

Also “Force Stop” this app. When done, go 2 steps back to the settings page.

 

 

Hit the back key 2 times to reach the Settings screen.

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

 

 

Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” and click “Allow” to enable this option.

 

 

Now, the Accessibility Menu will appear anytime with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture. We will need this a few steps later.

 

Now, long-press the power key and tap “Restart”.

 

 

After the restart, click the “START” button to reach the “Getting your phone ready” screen.

Now, click the back button once to reach the “Connect to Wifi” screen. 

 

Now, hit “Skip” and then “Continue”.

 

 

Use the back button to go back to the first page.

 

Use the 2 finger swipe-up gesture and pull out the accessibility menu.

Click on “Assistant”.

Hit “Settings” and “Enable” the Google Play Services app.

 

After enabling the app, go back to the first page.

 

 

Again tap the “START” button to reach the “Getting your phone ready” screen.

Now, hit the back button once.

 

We are once again on the “Connect to Wifi” page.

Click “Skip” and then “Continue”.

 

It directly brings us to the Google Services page. We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.

Accept Google services terms and conditions.

 

Now, skip the screen lock setup.

 

Follow the on-screen prompts to move ahead.

 

 

Click “Get started” on the gesture navigation page.

 

 

Tap “Next” to move ahead.

 

 

Now, use the swipe-up gesture to reach the Moto G100 home screen.

 

We have successfully landed on the Moto G100 home screen thus bypassing the Google lock.

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