Moto One Action FRP Bypass Android 11 2022 Google unlock XT2013

Motorola One Action is now updated to Android 11. After the new software update, the old FRP bypass method doesn’t work anymore. Now, we need a new method to get past the Google account verification.

The Factory Reset Protection (FRP), doesn’t let you complete the hard reset unless you verify with the previously synced Google account.

Let’s use the latest and easiest 2022 hack to reach the Motorola One Action home screen in a few minutes –

I forgot the lock screen password on my Moto One Action so I had to perform a hard reset via recovery mode.

After the reset, I reached the “Hi There” screen.

Let’s click “START” to begin the device setup.

In the next step, we need to connect our Motorola One to a Wifi network.

 

 

The phone is getting ready, let’s wait for a while.

Now, it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” screen. Let’s click “Don’t copy” to proceed further.

 

 

This time we are on the screen lock verification page. I don’t remember the lock screen password, so I clicked the 2nd option – “Use my Google account instead”.

It’s asking to sign in with the previously synced Google account on this device.

Let’s use the latest 2022 method to get past the FRP lock in a few minutes without using a computer –

How to bypass FRP lock – Google account verification on Motorola One Action, Hyper, 5G Ace, 5G+ UW Android 11 without PC 2021 2022

 

 

This FRP bypass method should work on all Motorola Android 11 devices.

To bypass the Google account we need to go back from the “Verify your account” screen to the first page.

Keep going back until you reach the “Hi there” screen.

Now, click the “Emergency Call” button.

When the phone dialer opens, click “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” twice.

 

On the “Emergency Information” page hit the “Edit icon” at the top-right corner.

On the following screen, click “Name” and then the “Profile icon”.

 

A dropdown with 2 options appears on the screen. Select the lower option – “Choose an image”.

Now, tap the “3 bar icon” at the top.

 

Long-press Drive to reach its App Info screen.

Now, click “Permissions” to proceed further.

 

Hit the “Search icon” at the top and type settings in the search bar.

 

 

When the search results appear, scroll down and select “Settings – App Info” with a blue circular icon. You can refer to the above screenshot.

On the Settings – App Info screen, touch “Open” to enter the Settings app.

 

Now, Go to “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.

 

 

 

All the apps are listed on the App Info screen. We are going to disable 2 apps – Android Setup & Google Play Services.

Launch the “Android Setup” app and “Force Stop” it.

 

 

Hit “OK” to confirm your action.

Now, go one step back and open the “Google Play Services” app.

 

Pick the Google play services app and hit the “Disable” button.

 

After disabling this app, “Force stop” it as well.

 

When both the apps are disabled, go 2 steps back to the Settings page.

 

Hit the back button 2 times as shown above.

 

This time open “Accessibility” and then select “Accessibility Menu”.

 

Enable the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” and touch “Allow” to confirm your action.

 

Now, we can launch the accessibility menu anytime with a 2 finger swipe-up gesture.

 

Long-press the power button and tap “Restart” as shown above.

After the reboot, when it reached the “Hi There” screen, click “START” to proceed.

 

The phone is now on the “Getting your ready” screen. Click the back button once.

 

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

Hit “Skip” and then “Continue”.

 

 

The phone now remains on the “Just a Sec” screen.

Tap the back button to reach the “Hi There” screen.

 

 

Now, use the 2 finger swipe-up gesture to launch the “Accessibility Menu”.

Select the first option – “Assistant” as shown above.

 

We are now on the “Google Play Services required” screen. Hit “Settings” to proceed further.

Tap “Enable” to turn on the Google Play Services app.

 

 

Tap the back button after enabling the Google Play Services app.

Hit “START” when you reach the “Hi There” screen.

 

 

Again click the back button once on the “Getting your phone ready” screen. 

 

Now, tap “Skip” and then “Continue”.

 

 

This directly brings us to the “Google Services” page thus bypassing the Google account verification.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions.

 

Skip the Screen lock setup. You can do it later.

 

 

Follow the on-screen prompts to keep moving ahead.

 

 

 

Tap “Get started” on the gesture navigation screen.

 

 

Keep hitting next to skip the gestures screen.

 

Finally, use the swipe-up gesture to reach the Motorola One Action home screen.

 

We have successfully landed on the Motorola One Action home screen thus bypassing the Google lock.

If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.

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