Moto G6 Play FRP Bypass 2022 Google unlock 9.0 without PC

Motorola G6 was launched in 2018 with Android 8.0 Oreo. In its lifecycle, it received one major update. As of now, Moto G6 is running on Android Pie 9.0. There are 2 variants of G6 – Moto G6 Play XT1922 & Moto G6 XT1925

On G6 you need to go through the Google account verification when you hard factory reset the device via Recovery Mode.

In this post, we are going to use the latest 2022 method to bypass the FRP lock on Moto G6 Android 9 without a PC.

So, let’s begin the troubleshooting –

 

I forgot the lock screen password. To bypass the Moto G6 lock screen, I had to reset the device via Recovery Mode.

After the reset, it brings me to the “Hi There” screen.

To begin the device setup, let’s tap the “START” button.

 

Now, we are going to connect our device to a Wifi network.

 

The next page is “Copy apps & data”. Click on “Don’t copy”.

Now, I’m stuck on the “Verify Password” screen. I do not remember the lock screen password.

The 2nd option is – “Use my Google account instead”.

 

I do not remember the Google account as well.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google FRP lock on Motorola G6 Android Pie 9.0 without a computer as follows –

 

How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Motorola G6 Android 9.0 Pie without PC 2022 XT1955, Moto G Play XT1922

 

To bypass the Google lock, move back from the “Google – Verify your account” screen to the first page of the setup wizard.

When you reach the “Hi There” screen, click on the language selection i.e.  “ENGLISH (UNITED STATES)”.

Now, scroll down and choose the last language.

After changing the language, click the “START” button as shown above.

The next page has the “Skip” button at the bottom-left corner. Click on it.

Now, we are on the “Copy apps & data” screen. Click the back button once to reach the “Connect to Wifi” screen. 

Here click the last option  – “See all Wifi networks”.

Again click the last option – “+ Add new network”.

When the keyboard opens, long-press the circular “web browser icon” as marked in the above screenshot.

A window appears on the screen. Tap the last option as shown above.

 

Now, click on the long bar at the bottom.

On the following screen, choose the option with a forward arrow > as shown above.

 

Now, tap the “3 dots icon” and select the lower option.

 

 

We are now on the support page. Hit the search bar on the top.

When the keyboard opens, tap the “web browser icon” once. The keyboard language will change to English.

Now, type morse in the search box.

 

 

Open the first search result.

Now, there is a “Youtube video” on the page. Click on it.

Hit the “3 bar icon” on the video screen as shown above.

Now, tap the “share icon” and click on the “youtube link”.

This opens the “Google chrome browser”.

Set up the Google chrome app. Tap the blue button at the bottom.

Now, choose the left option to skip account sign-in.

Click the address bar on the top and enter the URL efrp.me

Tap enter to reach this web page.

We are now on the easy-firmware.com web page.

Click on “Open Settings App”.

This brings me to the Settings page. Let’s change the language to English.

Scroll down and choose the last option with the “i” mark.

 

Now, select the “Gboard option”.

Then hit the first option on the next page.

To add a language, tap the option with the “+ icon” as shown above.

Now, select “English” from the dropdown.

Swipe up the “4 bar icon” to set the preferred language as “English”.

 

 

After changing the language, go 2 steps back to reach the efrp.me web page.

 

 

This time click on “Google Account Manager 9.apk”.

Tap “Continue” when prompted.

 

 

Click on “ALLOW” then “OK” to save this apk file.

Open the apk file and hit “SETTINGS” as shown above.

Click on “Allow from this source” to install this app.

Now, tap the back button once.

Hit “INSTALL” and then “DONE” as shown above.

Now, we need to install – “FRP Bypass.apk”. Click on the link to download this file.

Hit the “Allow” option when prompted.

Once the apk is downloaded, hit “Open” to install it.

“INSTALL” the app and click “OPEN” once installed.

Hit the “3 bar icon” on the top and select – “Browser sign-in”.

Now, sign in with any of your Google accounts.

Type the email address and hit “Next”.

Enter the password and click “Next”.

Now, tap the address bar and go to the web page – android.com/find

When you reach the android.com/find page, sign in with the same Google account.

Save the password after signing in.

It won’t find the device in one go.

If it fails to find the device you need to repeat the step. Again open the web page – android.com/find and sign in to the google account.

This time it’ll surely find the device.

Now, the device Motorola Moto G6 is online.

Click the 2nd option – “SECURE DEVICE”.

We need to sign in once again. Hit “Next” and sign in to your Google account.

After signing in, we are on the “Set Password” screen.

 

 

Enter an easy-to-remember PIN such as 1234

Hit “NEXT” to add this new password. Click “OK” when prompted.

Now, hit “SECURE DEVICE”.

After doing this, the screen will turn off. Tap the power button to turn on the screen.

Unlock the screen with the newly created password 1234

Again go to the web page – efrp.me

Click on “Open Settings app” to launch Settings.

Now, click on “Accounts”.

Here you’ll see your Google account. Click on it.

Tap the “REMOVE ACCOUNT” option to delete this Google account.

Confirm your action by tapping “REMOVE ACCOUNT”.

Verify with the PIN code 1234

Now, click the back button multiple times to reach the “START” screen.

We are again on the “Hi There” screen.

Click the “START” button to move ahead.

Choose “Don’t copy” to move ahead.

The next page is “Verify PIN”.

Enter the PIN code 1234 and hit enter.

We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification on Motorola G6.

Now, hit the “Skip” option on the Google Sign-in page to move ahead.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions in the next step.

Follow the on-screen prompts and keep moving ahead.

We have successfully landed on the Moto G6 home screen thus bypassing the Google lock.

If stuck somewhere, feel free to leave a comment below.

 

 

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