Question : How to Bypass Google Account On Motorola Moto G4 or Remove FRP?
This is the complete guide to Remove Factory Reset Protection (FRP) and Bypass Google Account for your Motorola Moto G4.If you have reseted your phone and now you are at the initial setup of your phone and it is now asking for the Gmail ID and Password.
In case you don’t know about the Gmail account ID & Password which was previously synced in your phone. In other words you maybe bought a secondhand phone from someone and as a result now you’ve stuck on this locked screen.
With a message: “This device was reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced on this device.”
The problem is many people are selling or trading phones with (Factory Reset Protection) FRP enabled and this makes trouble for the next person.
And if you want to reset your phone with FRP enabled, this is necessary to submit not only “User Name” but also “Password” for the previous Google Account that was registered with the phone.
Thereupon the only thing you can do now is to Disable the FRP and remove Google Account as well. Fortunately we have found a way to do this with some simple steps.
Before performing this Remove FRP Method it is necessary your phone battery must be charged at least 85%. You only need a WiFi connection for this procedure not any Laptop, OTG Cable or PC.
Easy Steps to Bypass Motorola Moto G4 Google Account and Remove Factory Reset Protection:
Step 1: Restart your phone.
Step 2: Select your Home Language > Connect to the WiFi network.
Step 3: At “About Your Privacy” page tap on Accept and Continue
Step 4: After that you’ll be having the “Verify Your Google Account” screen.
Step 5: Now here “< Go back” to your “Select WiFi network” page and scroll down to select “Add another network”.
Step 6: Here on the Network name enter “ALADIN” and push it long to have access to the “CUT, COPY and SHARE” options. And then tap on “SHARE”.
Step 7: Just after tapping on SHARE you’ll see different Apps on your phone screen. Like Bluetooth, Copy to clipboard, Drive, Gmail, Hangouts, Messenger etc.
Step 8: Press Longer on “Gmail” app > tap on Notifications > App Settings > here click on “:” the top right corner of your screen. Then tap Manage Accounts > Continue.
Step 9: Now you’ve access to the “SETTINGS” of your Moto G4 phone. Now scroll down and go to “Google” > Search & Now > Now Cards > and enable “Show Cards” at the last.
Step 10: Tap “No Thanks” on bottom left corner of your screen. After that on the Search Bar type Chrome and tap on the “Chrome Browser”.
Last FIVE STEPS to Completely Remove FRP Protection from Motorola Moto G4:
Step 1: In Chrome Browser tap “Accept and Continue” > “No Thanks”, Now you have access to the Internet. Type “Test DPC 2.0.6 APK” on the Search bar and search.
Step 2: Download “Test DPC app” and open the application if it shows Installed Blocked message don’t panic just tap on Settings scroll down and enable Unknown Sources and try to install the app again.
Step 3: When the app installed, Open it and you’ll have Setup Management page here it will show you 2 Options 1: Setup up Managed profile. 2: Set up device owner. Select the 2nd one and tap Set UP >.
Step 4: After that Set up your device screen will appear with the message: To continue setting up your device, You’ll need to Encrypt it…
Step 5: Tap on “Encrypt” and connect your phone to the charger and tap on Encrypt Phone > Encrypt Phone again. Wait until your phone restarts.
Once your phone restarts, Just do all the Initial setup like, Select your home language, connect to the WiFi network etc. At the last steps you’ll see Test DPC application just tap on “SET UP” and done other notifications. When you’ll get “Just a Sec…” screen now here “Power Off” your phone.
When you done that, Power On your Motorola G4 phone again and you’ll have complete access to your phone.
The most important thing you need to do after bypass your Moto G4 device:
Just after bypass the locked Gmail account screen, Go to the Settings of your phone and go to “Factory Data Reset” > Reset Phone > Erase Everything.
Bingo!! You’ve successfully Bypass your device and now you won’t see the Google Account Verification Page anymore at the startup of your phones initial setup.