Moto G7 FRP Bypass 2021 Google account No PC Power Play Supra

There are lots of variants in the Motorola Moto G7 series by the name of G7 Power, Play, Supra, Plus & Optimo Maxx.

In this post, we are going to bypass the Google account verification on Moto G7 running on Android 10. This FRP bypass method works on all Motorola Android 10 devices.

The Factory Reset Protection (FRP) on the Motorola G7 becomes effective when you hard reset the phone via recovery mode. To verify the ownership of the device you need to sign in with the previously synced Google account.

We are going to use the latest 2021 Moto G7 FRP Bypass hack to get past the Google verification in a few minutes without using a computer.

So, let’s get going –

After doing a factory reset via recovery mode, I’ve reached the “Hi There” screen. This is the first page of the setup wizard.

Tap the “START” button to begin the device setup.


Now, connect your Moto G7 to a Wifi network.

It’s now checking for updates. Let’s wait for a while.



After a few minutes, we have reached the “Copy apps & data” screen. Choose “Don’t copy” to proceed further.

Now, it brings me to the screen lock verification page. I don’t remember the lock screen password. I’ve clicked on the 2nd option “Use my Google account instead”.


This time we are on the Google verification screen. To get past this screen we need to sign in using the last synced Google account on this device.

Let’s use the latest 2021 hack to bypass the Google account on Moto G7 as follows –

How to bypass Google verification on Moto G7 Power, Play, Plus, Supra, Optimo Max 2021 without computer XT1962 XT1952 XT1955




The first step is going back from the “Verify your account” page to the “Hi There” screen.




We are once again on the first page.

Tap the “Emergency call” button to open the phone dialer.




This will bring you to the Emergency Information page.

Hit the “edit icon” at the top-right corner.




On the following screen, select “Name” and then click the “Profile icon” as shown above.



A dropdown with 2 new options appears on the screen. Select the lower option “Choose an image”.

This will take you to the “Recent” screen.

Touch the “3 bar” icon at the top-left corner as marked in the above screenshot.



Now, long-press the Drive option to reach the “App Info” screen of the Google Drive app.

Click “Permissions” to move ahead.

On the next page, tap the “Search icon” at the top-right corner and enter the term settings

Wait until the search results appear.

Now, scroll down and choose the option “Settings – App Info” with a blue circular icon.

This will bring you to the App Info screen of the Settings app.

Click “Open” to launch the Settings app.



Now, scroll down and choose “Security”.



Select the last option on the Security page – “Screen pinning”.

Turn on Screen Pinning.





Now, enable the 2nd option – “Lock device when unpinning”.

This brings us to the “Choose Screen Lock” page.

We are going to use this screen to add a new Pattern, PIN, or Password.

I’ve chosen the 2nd option – “Fingerprint + PIN”.


Now, set up an easy-to-remember screen lock PIN.

I’ve added 1234 as the new PIN.



Re-enter the PIN and click “Confirm”.

We have successfully changed the screen lock.

Let’s go back and use this new PIN to bypass the Google account verification.

Use the back key to reach the first page.



We are on the “Hi There” screen.

Click the “START” button to move ahead.

Choose “Don’t copy” on the following screen.

Now, we are on the PIN verification page. The old screen password is replaced with the new PIN we added a few steps ago.

Verify with the PIN 1234

We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification. Use the Skip button on the Google sign-in page to proceed further.

NOTE: If you don’t get the “Verify PIN” page & it directly takes you to the Google verification screen, then you need to hard reset the phone via recovery mode. After the reset, you’ll get the “Verify PIN” option. 




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

Re-enter the PIN 1234 when prompted.



Follow the on-screen prompts and keep moving ahead.



Tap “Accept and continue” on the Motorola privacy screen.




Tick the “I agree” checkbox and hit “Next” as shown above.



Accept Motorola’s carrier location access request.

Hit “Get started” on the gesture navigation screen.



Keep hitting “Next” to proceed further.


Finally, swipe the screen in the upward direction to reach the Moto G7 home screen. Follow the arrow in the above screenshot.

We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification on Moto G7.

If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.


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