We can bypass the Google lock/verification screen on LG Phoenix Plus without using a computer in less than 15 minutes using this latest and the easiest FRP Bypass method. It even doesn’t involve any kind of app installation.
Just follow the step by step tutorial with screenshots and get past the Google Lock screen in no time –
The above Google Verification Lock Screen is a security measure similar to Apple’s iCloud lock. The only difference is that Google’s lock is quite easy to break-in.
This sign-in screen shows up only when you reset your LG Phoenix plus using the volume down and power button via the Recovery mode.
To bypass this screen, as a first step go back to the Welcome screen of the setup wizard.
How to Bypass Google Verification on LG Phoenix Plus AT&T LM-X410AS
The above screen is the Welcome Screen of the Setup Wizard.
There are 2 options, Language Selection i.e “English (United States) & “Accessibility”.
Tap “Accessibility” and then “SETTINGS” as shown above.
Now we are on the “Accessibility” settings page.
Select the 2nd last option i.e “Switch Access”.
On the Switch Access page hit “SETTINGS” located at the bottom-right corner
Now choose the first option which is “Help & feedback”.
On the next “Support” page, again select the first option “About Switch Access for Android”.
Here we have a Youtube video on “How Switch Access Works”.
Tap on the video window.
A “3 dots” icon must be visible now on the top-right corner. Hit this icon.
Now we can see “Watch later” and “Share” on screen.
Hit the “Share” icon.
Now tap the “3 dots” icon as visible in the first screenshot above.
After doing this, we are on the Youtube App.
Again we’ve to select the “Share” icon located below the video.
Among the list of sharing options, we’ve to choose “Email”. Tap Email to proceed further.
Accept the Email app permission request by tapping “ALLOW”
Once again select the “Share” option.
Select “Email” one more time.
Now we have to select the Email provider. Choose the “Other” option.
The first option on this page is “EMAIL ADDRESS”.
Enter any email address in this field.
Select “MANUAL SETUP” and choose the account type as “Microsoft Exchange”. Hit “NEXT” to proceed further.
We are now on the Server settings page. Scroll down to the bottom of this page and look for “Client Certificate”.
Tap “Add” to add a client certificate.
A pop-up says, “To use credential storage, change to a secure screen lock first,”. Click “CHANGE” to add a screen lock.
We can set a pattern, PIN or password as the screen lock. Just remember it as we’ll need it later.
I’ve selected the PIN option.
Let’s set an easy to remember PIN lock.
Now we are on the Fingerprint setup page. No need to add a fingerprint as of now.
At this stage, we have to reset our LG Phoenix Plus.
Long-Press the power button. Now select “Power off and restart”.
Confirm your action by tapping ‘RESTART”.
Wait for the phone to boot again.
Once again we are on the Welcome Screen.
Hit the “Forward arrow” to move ahead.
Choose “Set up as new” and enter the screen lock PIN, pattern or password you just set earlier.
Now we are on the Google account sign-in page.
At this point in time, we can add any google account, no necessarily the last synced Google account.
Or else you can just skip this step by hitting the “Skip” option located at the bottom-left corner.
A pop-up appears to confirm your action. Again tap “skip” to proceed further.
Now the next steps are self-explanatory. Just follow the on-screen prompts to keep moving further.
Tap “NEXT” to move ahead.
Skip the Fingerprint setup and Accept the Google Services terms and conditions as shown above.
When asked to “Add Account”, select “CANCEL” as shown above.
Now we are on the Legal Documents Page.
We need to tick the checkbox which says “I agree”.
Finally, tap “Done” to land on the Phoenix Plus Home Screen thus bypassing the Google Account.
Now that we have bypassed the Google account, we can set a new screen lock. You can use the earlier lock as well. It’s up to you.
To change the screen lock. Pull down the notification bar and select the “Settings icon” at the top-right corner.
Select the “General Tab” and choose “Lock screen & security”.
Tap “Select screen lock” and enter the screen lock PIN, pattern or password we set earlier.
Now choose among the listed screen lock options which are None, Swipe, Pattern, PIN, Password, Fingerprint & Face Unlock.
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