Motorola One 5G+ UW from Verizon is updated to Android 11 a few months ago. After the new update, the old FRP bypass method doesn’t work. Now, we need to use the new hack to bypass the Google Verification on Moto One UW.
The Factory Reset Protection comes into effect when you factory reset the phone via Recovery Mode. After the reset, during device setup, we need to verify with the previously synced Google account.
Let’s use the latest and easiest hack to bypass the Google lock on Moto One 5G+ UW as follows –
I was locked out on my Motorola One 5G due to the forgotten password.
To restore the phone, I did a hard reset via recovery mode. After the reset, my phone has landed on the “Hi There” page. This is the first page of the setup wizard.
Let’s tap the “START” button to begin the device setup.
Use the next page to connect your Moto One to a Wifi network.
Now, the phone is getting ready. We need to wait for a few minutes.
Afterward, it brings us to the “Copy Apps & Data” screen. Choose “Don’t copy” to move ahead.
Now, I’ve reached the screen lock verification page.
I don’t know the password. I’ll pick the alternate option – “Use my Google account instead”.
This brings us to the Google verification page. To get past this screen we need to verify with the previously synced Google account.
Let’s use the latest Android 11 hack to bypass the FRP lock on Motorola One 5G UW –
How to bypass Google Verification on Motorola One 5G+ UW Android 11 without PC Verizon XT-2075
Use the back button to go back to the “Hi There” screen as shown above.
We have reached the first page of the setup wizard.
Ttouch the “Emergency Call” button to launch the phone dialer.
Now, click “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” twice to open this page.
There is a small “edit icon” at the top-right corner. Click on it.
On the following page, select “Name” and then tap the “Profile icon” as marked in the above screenshot.
A dropdown with 2 options appears on the screen. Select the lower option – “Choose an image”.
Now, we are on the “Recent” page.
Tap the “3 bar icon” located at the top-left corner.
Now, Long-press “Drive” to open the “App Info” page.
Select the 2nd option on this page – “Permissions”.
On the next page, there is a “search icon” at the top-right corner.
Tap on it and enter the term Settings
Wait for the search results to appear and scroll down to the bottom of the screen.
Now, click on – “Settings – App Info” with a circular icon.
Click “Open” on the following page.
We are now in the Settings app.
Go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.
Using the App Info page, we are going to disable 2 apps – Android setup & Google Play Services.
First, open the “Android Setup” app and tap “Force Stop” as shown above.
Now, open the Google Play Services app and tap the “Disable” button.
Now, “Force Stop” this app.
Once done, go 2 steps back using the back button.
This time, open “Accessibility” and launch the “Accessibility Menu”.
Now, turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut”. Hit “Allow” when prompted.
This shortcut allows us to open the Accessibility Menu with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture.
You can give it a try.
Now, long-press the power button and tap “Restart” as shown above.
After the restart, hit the “START” button.
Now, we are on the “Getting your phone ready” screen. Tap the back button once to reach the “Connect to Wifi” page.
There is a new “Skip” option at the bottom-left corner.
Click “Skip” and then “Continue” as shown above.
Your phone will now stay on the “Just a sec” screen. Use the back button to reach the “Hi There” screen.
Now, use the 2 finger swipe-up gesture to open the Accessibility Menu.
Click the first option i.e. “ASSISTANT”.
The screen reads – “Google Play Services required”. Hit the “Settings” option to move ahead.
Now, “Enable” the Google play services app.
Once the app is enabled, Go back using the back button.
Repeat the previous steps.
Click the “START” button.
Now, hit the back key once when your reach the “Getting your phone ready screen”. This will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” page.
Select “Skip” & then “Continue”.
This brings us to the Google services page. We have successfully bypassed the Google account Verification.
Now, just follow the on-screen prompts to finish the setup wizard.
Use the “Skip” option to bypass the screen lock setup. We can do it later.
Tap “Accept & continue” on the Motorola Privacy page.
Now, turn off the “Subscribe to emails” option and tap “Next”.
We are now on the Gesture navigation screen.
Hit “Get started” to proceed.
Tap hitting “Next” to move ahead.
We have reached the final page of the setup wizard.
Use the swipe-up gesture to reach the home screen.
We’ve successfully landed on the Motorola One 5G+ UW home screen thus bypassing the Google account.
If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.