Motorola XT2052-6 FRP Bypass Google 2022 Moto E 2020

Motorola E 2020 is the last Moto E device. Since 2020 no new model is released until now. Maybe it is replaced with the Moto G Pure. Moto E didn’t receive the Android 11 update till now. It’s still running on Android 10.

Motorola E is an entry-level budget smartphone and is offered by most US carriers. The different versions are Moto E T-Mobile/MetroPCS XT2052-6, Tracfone/Straight Talk XT2052DL, Factory unlocked XT2052-1, Verizon XT2052-2pp,  Consumer Cellular XT2052-5,  Boost Mobile, Xfinity Mobile, US Cellular, Spectrum, Simple Mobile, etc.

On a Moto E device, you need to verify with the previously synced Google account after a factory reset via recovery mode.

In this post, we are going to use the latest and easiest 2022 method to bypass the Google account verification on Motorola E 2020 Android 10 without a computer as follows –

I forgot the lock screen password. To bypass the Moto E 2020 lock screen I performed a factory reset with the volume down & power keys.

After the reset, I reached the “Hi There” screen as shown above.

Now, we need to begin the device setup by hitting the “START” button.

The next page is “Connect to Wifi”. Let’s connect our phone to the internet.

After checking for updates it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” page as shown above.

To move ahead, click “Don’t copy”.

 

 

 

Next, we reach the “Verify Password” screen.

To proceed further, we either need the lock screen Password/PIN/Pattern or the previously synced Google account.

But, I do not remember these details.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the FRP lock on Motorola E 2020 Android 10 without a computer as follows –

How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Motorola E 2020 XT2052 without computer 2022 Android 10 T-Mobile/MetroPCS XT2052-6, Tracfone/Straight Talk XT2052DL, Factory unlocked XT2052-1, Verizon XT2052-2pp,  Consumer cellular XT2052-5,  Boost Mobile, Xfinity Mobile, US Cellular, Spectrum, Simple Mobile

To bypass the Google lock, we need to go back from the “Google – Verify your account” screen to the first page.

 

We are now on the “Hi There” screen.

Click the “Emergency Call” button.

Then tap on “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” two times.

 

When you reach the “Emergency Information” screen, click the “pencil edit button” on the top.

On the following screen, click the first option – “Name – Owner”.

A mini-window appears on the screen. Tap the “profile picture icon” as shown above.

 

Now, select the lower option – “Choose an image”.

This brings me to the “Recent” screen. Hit the “3 bar icon” on the top.

When the menu appears, long press on “Drive” or “Photos” as shown above.

The long press will bring you to the “App Info” screen.

Now, click on “Permissions”.

The next page is “App permissions”.

Use the search button on the top to search for the term settings.

 

Wait for the results to show up then scroll down to the bottom.

Now, click on “Settings – App Info”. Then hit “Open” to reach the Settings app.

 

In Settings, go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.

We are now on the “App Info” page.

Open the “Android Setup” app and hit the “FORCE STOP” button.

After stopping this app, go one step back to the previous page.

 

Now, open “Google Play Services”.

Click the “Disable” option as shown above.

 

Now, we need to go 2 steps back.

Go 2 steps back to reach the Settings page.

 

This time open the page – “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

Turn on the accessibility menu shortcut as shown above.

You can see the shortcut button at the bottom-right corner.

Now, go all the way back to the “START” screen.

We are again on the “Hi There” page.

Click on the accessibility menu shortcut.

When the menu opens, tap on “Assistant” as shown above.

It says – “Google Play Services required”. Click “Settings” to proceed further.

Now, “Enable” the Google Play Services app.

After turning on the app, again move back to the first page.

Click “START” to move ahead.

 

When you land on the “Copy apps & data” screen, hit the back button once. We have to reach the “Connect to Wifi” page. 

 

On the “Connect to Wifi” screen, you’ll see a “skip” button at the bottom. Click on it.

Now, tap “CONTINUE”.

 

We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification on Moto E 2020.

Hit the “Accept” button on the “Google Services” screen.

Now, skip the screen lock setup as shown above.

Follow the on-screen prompts and keep moving ahead.

Finally hit “Done” to complete the setup wizard.

 

We have successfully landed on the Motorola E 2020 home screen thus bypassing the Google account.

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

 

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