Motorola Moto E6 was launched with Android 9 in 2019. It’s 2022 and E6 is still not updated to Android 10.
There are many versions of Moto E6 XT2005 in the USA based on different carriers such as Verizon, MetroPCS, T-Mobile, Boost Mobile, Sprint, Tracfone, Straight Talk, Xfinity Mobile, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Consumer Cellular, & Factory Unlocked.
In this post, we are going to learn how to bypass the Google account verification on Moto E6 without a computer, SIM card, or Bluetooth device.
In a few minutes, you’ll be able to use your phone once again. So, Let’s begin the troubleshooting –
I was locked out on my Motorola E6 due to the forgotten lock screen password. I had to reset the device via recovery mode.
After the factory data reset, I landed on the “Hi There” page as shown above.
Let’s click the “START” button to begin the device setup.
To proceed further we need to connect our device to a Wifi network.
Now, the phone is connected to the internet, and it’s checking for updates.
After a while, I reached the “Copy apps & data” page. Choose “Don’t copy” to move ahead.
Now, I’m stuck on the screen lock password verification page. To bypass this screen I either need the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.
I do not remember any of these.
Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google verification and reach the Moto E6 home screen.
How to bypass Google FRP lock on Motorola Moto E6 XT2005DL without computer XT2005 Tracfone, Straight Talk, Verizon, MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, T-Mobile
We are stuck on the “Google – Verify your account” page.
Tap the back button multiple times to reach the first page.
We are now on the first page of the setup wizard.
Tap on “ENGLISH (UNITED STATES)” to change the language.
Scroll down and choose a language from the bottom. I’ve chosen the Chinese language.
Now, hit the “START” button as shown above.
Hit the left “Skip” option to proceed further.
The next page is “Copy apps & data”. When you reach this screen, click the back button once as shown above.
On the “Connect to Wifi” screen choose the last option to See all Wifi networks.
Now, hit the + option to add a new Wifi network. Please refer to the above screenshot.
Now, on the keyboard, long-press the browser icon.
When the pop-up window appears, tap the last option as shown above.
On the following screen hit the bar at the bottom.
Now, tap an option with > arrow on the following page. You can refer to the above screenshot.
Now, hit the “3 dots” icon and choose the lower option.
We are now on the Support page.
Click the search bar and hit the “browser icon” on the keyboard to change the keyboard language to English.
Now search the term morse
Click the first search result and then tap on the youtube video as shown above.
Hit the “3 dots” icon and click the “share” button.
NOTE: At this stage, few Moto E6 users face the youtube update error. Please use the below link to fix this issue –
Now, click the youtube link to launch the youtube app.
Begin the chrome setup.
Now, hit the left option (No thanks), to proceed further.
In the address bar enter the URL efrp.me as shown above.
On the “easy firmware” page select the option – “Open Settings App” as shown above.
In Settings app, scroll down and pick the last option with the “i” icon.
Now, click on the Gboard option.
On the following screen, tap the first option as shown above.
Hit the + button to add a language.
Choose the “English” language as shown above.
Now swipe up and set the preferred language as English.
After changing the language, go back to the “easy firmware” page.
This time click on the “Google Account Manager 9.apk” file.
Hit “Continue” to proceed further.
Tap “ALLOW” when prompted.
Click “OK” to save this apk file.
Once the file is downloaded, click “Open” to install it.
A Chrome pop-up appears on the screen. Hit “SETTINGS” to enable installation from unknown sources.
Turn on the option – “Allow from this source” and click the back button once.
Now, hit “INSTALL” and click “DONE” once the app is installed.
Now, download the “FRP Bypass.apk” file.
Hit “Allow” when prompted.
Tap “OK” to save this file and then hit “Open” to install the FRP bypass app.
Hit “INSTALL” and then “OPEN” as shown above.
On the following screen, tap the “3 dots” icon and select “Browser sign-in”.
Touch “OK” to accept the terms and conditions.
Now, we have reached the Google sign-in page.
Sign in with any Google account.
After signing in to Google it brings you back to the “easy firmware” screen.
Tap the address bar and enter the URL android.com/find
To continue to the “Find my device” page, we need to sign in to the Google account.
Sign in with the same Google account & proceed further.
Hit “Save” to save the Google account credentials.
Accept the Find my device terms and conditions.
Find my device service is contacting the Motorola Moto E6 device.
The device is now online.
Choose the “SECURE DEVICE” option.
Hit “NEXT” to proceed further.
Sign in again to the Google account.
We are now on the “Set Password” screen.
Let’s set up an easy-to-remember passcode 1234
Enter the same code twice and hit “NEXT”.
Click “OK” to set this password.
Now, click “SECURE DEVICE” to complete the process.
After doing this the screen turns off. Turn on the screen with the power button.
Unlock the screen with the PIN code 1234
A confirmation text appears at the bottom “Lock screen has been unlocked”.
Now, tap the address bar and enter the URL efrp.me
On the “easy firmware” page, click “Open Settings App”.
In Settings, scroll down and select “Accounts”.
Tap the current Google account we added earlier.
Hit “Remove Account” as shown above.
Again hit “REMOVE ACCOUNT” to confirm your action.
Now, it’s asking to Re-enter the PIN.
Verify with the PIN 1234
We have removed the Google account.
Now tap the back button multiple times to reach the first page.
We are once again on the “Hi There” screen.
Hit the “START” button to move ahead.
Click “Don’t copy” to move ahead.
Now, we are on the “Verify PIN” screen.
Verify with the PIN code 1234
We have successfully bypassed the Google verification.
Use the “skip” option to get past the Google sign-in screen.
Accept the Google services terms and conditions.
Follow the on-screen prompts to keep moving ahead.
We have successfully landed on the Motorola Moto E6 home screen thus bypassing the Google account.
If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.