How to bypass Google frp lock on Moto G Play 2022 Android 11 10

The first Motorola G Play device G4 Play came in 2016 with Android 7 Nougat. Then came the Moto G6 Play, G7 Play XT1952 & the latest Moto G Play 2021 XT2093.

No new Moto G Play device is launched in 2022. Maybe this time the name is changed to Moto G Pure.

In this post, we are going to find out how to bypass the Google account verification on Moto G7 Play & Motorola G Play 2021 without a computer. This method works on both Motorola Android 10 & 11 devices.

So, let’s begin the troubleshooting –

The need for the Google verification arises when you hard reset your Moto G Play via recovery mode.

I was locked out due to the forgotten password. To bypass the Motorola G Play lock screen, I did a factory reset with the volume down & power button.

After the reset, I landed on the “Hi There” screen.

Let’s begin the setup with the “START” button.

The next page is “Connect to Wifi”. You need to connect your device to a Wifi network.

Now, the phone is getting ready. Let’s wait for a while.

Afterward, it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” screen. Click on “Don’t copy”.

This time we are on the “Verify Password” screen. To proceed further I either need the password or the previously synced Google account.

I do not remember either of the two.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the Google verification on Motorola G Play Android 10 & 11 as follows –

How to bypass Google account verification on Motorola G Play without PC 2021 2022 Android 10 11 XT2093, XT1952 – MetroPCS, Tracfone, Boost Mobile, Straight Talk, T-Mobile, Cricket, Verizon, AT&T


To bypass the FRP lock, go back to the first page with the back key.


On the “START” screen, click on “Emergency Call”.

Now, tap “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” two times.


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

Then select the first option – “Name – Owner”.

A “Name” window appears on the screen. Click the “profile picture icon” and select the “Choose an image” option.


This way you’ll reach the “Recent” page. Click the “3 bar icon” on the top.


Now, we need to long press on “Drive” or “Photos” to reach the “App Info” screen.

Then click on “Permissions”.

This time, we are on the “App Permissions” screen. Touch the search button on the top and type settings.

When the search results show up, scroll down to the bottom.

There look for “Settings – App Info” and click on it.

On the following screen, tap “Open” to enter the Settings app.


In Settings, click on “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.


Now, open the “Android Setup” app & tap the “Force Stop” option to disable this app.

Go one step back to the previous page.

Now, open the “Google Play Services” app and hit the “Disable” button.

After stopping the 2 apps, go 2 steps back with the back key.


We are again on the Settings page.

Now, open “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.


Enable the “accessibility menu shortcut” and click on “Allow”.


The shortcut appears at the bottom-right corner. We will use it in the next step.

Now, tap the back key multiple times to reach the first page.



On the “START” screen, click the accessibility menu shortcut and choose “Assistant”.



It fails to open Google assistant & shows an error – “Google Play Services Required”.

Hit “Settings” to move ahead. Now, click the “ENABLE” button to turn on Google Play Services.



After enabling the app, go back to the first page.


Click “START” to move ahead.


When you land on the “Getting your phone ready” or the “Copy apps & data” page, click the back button once. 

This will bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” screen. 






There is a new “Skip” button on this page.

Click on “Skip” and then “Continue”.


We have bypassed the Google account verification on Motorola G Play.

Accept the Google Services terms and conditions in the next step.


Now, skip the screen lock setup.


Skip the face unlock setup as well. Follow the on-screen prompts to reach the last page of the setup wizard.

Hit “Done” to finish the setup wizard.


We have successfully landed on the Motorola G Play home screen thus bypassing the Google account verification.


If you’re stuck at any step, feel free to leave a comment below.



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