Don’t waste your time on the old FRP Bypass Methods for LG Stylo 4 which involves a computer, apk, LG Switch backup file, Google maps navigation voice command or turning on talkback.
This latest and easiest method takes less than 10 minutes. In no time you’ll be able to restore your Stylo 4 back the normal working state.
The above screenshot belongs to LG Stylo 4 Google Verification Screen. This is Google’s Factory Reset Protection (FRP) as a security measure in case the device get’s stolen.
This comes into effect only when you reset your Stylo 4 using the hard keys, i.e Volume Down and Power key.
The best thing is that its quite easy to bypass this Google lock using the below method –
So without further ado, Let’s proceed with the Stylo 4 FRP Bypass Tutorial –
As a first step, Go all the way back to the “Welcome” screen of the setup wizard on your Stylo 4.
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We have come back to the very first “Welcome” Screen from the Google Verification Screen.
Look for “Accessibility” and tap on it.
A confirmation pop-up would appear on the screen.
Accept it by tapping “SETTINGS”.
This will take us to the Accessibility settings page.
In “Accessibility”, the 2nd last option is “Switch Access”. Select that option.
Now we are on the “Switch Access” page.
Click “Settings” located at the bottom-right corner.
The next page is the “Switch Access Settings” page.
Select the first option “Help & Feedback”.
Now we are on the “Support” Page. Again select the first option “About Switch Access for Android”.
On the “About Switch Access for Android” page, there is a youtube video about switch access.
Tap on the video. A “3 dots” icon would appear on the top-right corner. Select it.
Now we have 2 options on the screen. Select the “Share” option.
Tap the “3 dots” icon as shown in the above screenshot.
This gives access to the Youtube app.
On the Youtube page, below the video, there is a “Share” option. We’ve to select it.
Now use “Email” as the sharing medium.
Give access to the email app by clicking “ALLOW”.
Once again, select “Share” and then “Email” as done before.
Now there are 3 Email Providers – Microsoft Exchange, Gmail & Other. Choose Other as the Email Provider.
On this page, we just need to add the email id in order to enable the “MANUAL SETUP” option.
Enter just any email id. “MANUAL SETUP” is highlighted. Select it to proceed further.
Now we have to select the account type. The options are Microsoft Exchange, IMAP4 & POP3. Select the first option i.e Microsoft Exchange and hit “NEXT”.
This opens the “Server settings” page.
Check out the last option i.e Client Certificate. Tap “Add” to add a client certificate.
A pop-up appears which says we need to change the screen lock to a secure one. Tap “CHANGE” to accept this request.
The listed Screen lock options are Pattern, PIN & Password.
Set just any easy to remember screen lock among these and note it down in case you forget.
I’ve added a pattern lock as shown above.
After adding the Patter lock, it takes me to the FingerPrint setup page. However, there is no need to add a fingerprint as of now.
We just need to restart our stylo 4 at this stage.
Long-Press the Power Key. You get 2 options on the screen.
Select “Power off and restart” and then “RESTART” to reboot your Stylo 4.
The phone is again on the “Welcome” Screen.
Select the “Forward Arrow” to move ahead.
Now select “Set up as new”
Enter your screen lock PIN, pattern or password you just set earlier.
This takes us to the Google sign-in page.
This time you can add any Google account (The last synced Google account is not needed).
Or else you can just skip this step and add a Google account later on.
Tap “Skip” located at the bottom-left corner.
When the confirmation pop-up appears, again click “Skip” to move ahead.
In the name field either add your name or just click “NEXT”
No need to add the Fingerprint as of now. We can do that later. Again hit “NEXT” on the Fingerprint setup page.
Accept the Google Services Terms and conditions as shown above.
We are now on the Legal Documents Page.
Agree to the terms and conditions by adding tick marks to the respective checkboxes and tap “DONE” to finish the Setup wizard.
We have landed on the LG Stylo 4 home screen thus bypassing the Google Account.
At this point, if you wish you can change the lock screen.
Pull down the notification bar and select the “Settings” icon located on the right-hand top.
Select the General tab and choose the first options i.e “Lock Screen & Security”.
Tap “Select screen lock” and enter the current screen PIN, pattern or password we set earlier.
Now select a screen lock among the listed options, which are None, Swipe, Pattern, PIN, Password, Fingerprints & Face Recognition.
I’ve made a video on this as well. Check out the below video –
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