A newly launched security feature designed by Google, gives the phone unavailable for usage, together with the Android Lollipop 5.1 update, in the situation, when android devices stolen or lost. At that time, it kept all the important information on it. It’s a very helpful feature, can make some serious glitches, and set persons in a condition in which they require to bypass Google account verification, so they can use the phone.
Want to Know! What is the Google Account Verification? How does it work
We start talking about your phone, suppose you lost your phone and another person finds it. Generally, this person won’t be able to handle your phone, in case you’ve previously set up a security PIN or screen lock pattern.
Earlier Android 5.1 Lollipop, this wasn’t a problem for any other person who got your phone to easily factory reset would have bypassed the lock.
Though afterward Google introduced the Google Account Verification or Factory Reset Protection (FRP), this did not work anymore. All appreciations go to the FRP lock, the phone converts unavailable if the person who makes a factory reset does not have the credentials of the Google account that was before used to log on to the Android phones.
However, automatically, this thing will impact users who purchase a phone from a third-party seller and can’t get in touch with the person that sold them the phone. So, any person tries to log in to your Android phones, the message will show “this device was reset, to continue to sign in with a google account that was previously synced”.
But all thing is possible by bypass the Google account. It’s a great method to bypass the Google account lock.
Here’s How to Disable FRP on Your Phones
You can use the method below for your phone:
For Android: How to disable Factory Reset Protection on Android
Go to Settings, then “Accounts”.
Then “Google” and select your account, tap on it
Hit on the icon on the top right corner.
Next, you will see a menu with three options. So, select “Remove account”.
How You Can Bypass Google Account Verification for Your Samsung Phones
You should perform a factory reset on the phone, then wait until it reboots and rapid to select a language.
After go to the next steps:
First, a WIFI Network connects the phone.
Next on a screen, you will see Google Account. Tap the text field, where the Keyboard arises.
Then tap and hold the “@” character till a “Settings” menu pops up.
Next, choose “Google Keyboard Settings”.
Tap on the three dots, and choose the “Help Feedback” item and choose any item from the list that will follow. Choose “using Google keyboard” from the “Help” section.
Hit on Web search in the upper right corner. A search field will be shown, then type Settings in the search field.
Find“About Phone” via the scroll down and tap it.
Next, enter the menu. Then click seven times on the Build Number to enable “Developer Options”.
Go back to the earlier menu and open the “Developer Option”. Allow “OEM Unlocking” and tap Back two times.
Now, restart the device. And again, connect it to WIFI.
Then add the new account and you will ready to use your phone.
Now you’re done!
How to Bypass Google Account Verification for ZTE
First, reset the ZTE phone and power it back on.
Select language, then tap on Start. Connect a WIFI Network to the ZTE phone.
Skip numerous steps of the setup until you reach the “Verify Account” screen.
Next, tap on the email field to activate the keyboard. Choose “Settings” from the menu within SwiftKey. Choose “Languages”.
Then go to the “Google search bar”, after minimizing the menu screen.
Now, you will be prompted to sign in with a Google Account, select "No, Thanks”
Then type “Settings” in the Google search bar, and choose it. Now, the “SwiftKey” menu will pop up again, then hit on “Got it”, and then the “Not Now” option.
Go to “Settings menu” choose “Backup and Reset”.
Next, go to a submenu, pick “Factory Data Reset”. Complete the process and reset your ZTE phone again.
Though, this time you won’t look at the FRP lock. Hence, I hope, you will understand the process of Bypass Google Account Verification and how’s it works on your Android phones.