How to Motorola FRP unlock Android 12 11 Google Bypass 2022

Only a handful of Motorola Android smartphones are updated to Android 12. However, the majority of the Moto phones are now running on Android 11.

In this post, we are going to use a common method to bypass the FRP lock on all the Motorola Android 11 and 12 devices without a computer.

Let’s use the latest and easiest 2022 hack to reach the Moto home screen in no time –

To bypass the Motorola lock screen password, I did a hard reset via Recovery Mode.

After the factory reset we reach the “Hi There” screen.

Let’s begin the device setup by hitting the “START” button.



In the next step, connect your device to the internet using Wifi or Mobile data.



After checking for updates, it’ll bring you to the “Copy apps & data” screen.

Click “Don’t copy” to move ahead.


Now, my phone is stuck on the “Verify Password” screen.

Let’s choose the alternate option – “Use my Google account instead”.

To proceed further, I need to verify with the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.

But I’ve forgotten these details.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the FRP lock on all Motorola Android 11 & 12 devices as follows –

How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Motorola Android 12 & 11 without a computer 2022 – MetroPCS, Tracfone, Boost Mobile, Cricket, Verizon, AT&T, Straight Talk, T-Mobile, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless


To bypass the Google lock on Motorola Android 11 & 12, go back from the “Verify your account” screen to the first page.


When you reach the “START” screen, click on “Vision settings”.

Then choose the last option – “Talkback”.


Hit the “Use Talkback” button to turn on talkback.

Now, draw an opposite L as shown above – swipe towards right then up.

A pop-up request appears – “Allow Android Accessibility Suite to record audio?”. Double-tap on “While using this app”.

Another pop-up shows up – “Use voice commands to control Talkback”. Double-tap on “Use voice commands”.




Now, say the term “Google Assistant” to launch this app.

When the Google Assistant window appears, hit the “3 bar icon” at the bottom-right corner.

At this stage, we can turn off talkback.

Press and hold both the volume keys for 3 seconds.

Another window appears – “Turn on Talkback shortcut?”. Again press and hold both the volume keys for 3 seconds.

Now, talkback is turned off.

Hit the “3 bar icon” at the bottom.



Choose the last option on the “Tips for you” page i.e. “Explore more from Assistant”.

Now, hit the “Profile picture icon” on the top and select “Help” as shown below.


On the Help page, tap the search box and type delete



When the search results appear, click on “Delete or disable apps on Android”.

On the next page, look for the link – “Tap to go to Application Settings” and click on it.


This will bring you to the “All Apps” screen.

Scroll down and select “Settings”.


Touch “Open” to reach the “Settings” app.

Now, go to “Apps” > “All Apps”.



On the “App Apps” screen, pick the “Android Setup” app.



“Force Stop” android setup and go one step back.

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

Now, touch “Disable app” to turn off this app.


After stopping the 2 apps, go 2 steps back to the settings page.


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


Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” and click “Allow” when prompted.




The shortcut button is located at the bottom-right corner. We are going to use it later.


Now, go back to the first page with the back button.



We have reached the “START” screen.

Click the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut”. When the menu appears, click “Assistant”.


Now, it says – “Google Play Services Required”.

Hit “Settings” to move ahead.

Click the “Enable” button on the “App Info” screen.


After enabling Google Play Services, go back to the first page.


Click “START” to move ahead.


When you land on the “Privacy and software updates” or “Copy apps & data” screen, click the back button once. 

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


We are now on the “Connect to Wifi” screen.

There is a “Skip” option at the bottom-left corner.

Hit “Skip” and then “Continue”.


We have bypassed the Google account verification on Motorola Android 11 12 without a computer.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions.


Hit the “Skip” button on the “Set a PIN” screen.


Follow the on-screen prompts to reach the last page.



Tap “Done” to finish the setup wizard.

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

Now, we can disable the accessibility menu shortcut.

Open the Settings app and go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.


Turn off the shortcut as shown above.

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