Easy Ways to Bypass Google Account Verification (FRP) On Android Phones
What does Google Account Verification/ FRP Lock mean?
Factory Reset Protection or FRP Lock for Google Account Verification was first introduced for the Android 5.1 version. It was launched to combat fraudulent activities and ensure that only original users can access and factory reset their Android devices. However, with time, this FRP Lock of Google Account Verification has become a big hassle for many who either purchase a second-hand phone on which this lock is enabled or those who get locked out of their phones because they forget the original ID and Password fed in it before performing a factory reset. Please note that the “Next” option on the Google Account Verification screen remains grayed out until you type in your e-mail/phone and password to verify your account.
In all such situations of Google Account Verification on your Android, the idea is to skip this FRP Lock and continue using your phone.
Let's read more to find out how!
Recommended FRP Bypass Tools to Bypass Google Account Verification： Samsung Reactivation/FRP Lock Removal Service.
Part 1: Bypass Google Account Verification on Samsung Galaxy Device
Bypassing Google Account verification on Samsung Galaxy devices has been made simpler with the help of the FRP bypass tool. This tool can be used to bypass the FRP Lock and access your Samsung device after a factory reset has been performed on it.
The steps given below will explain you how:
Download the FRP Tool file and copy it to a pen drive. Now reboot your device and select your preferred language before clicking on “Start”/ “Next”.
Note: You will be prompted to insert a SIM. Just “Skip” and move ahead.
Now connect to your Wi-Fi by selecting a network, enter the password, and hit “Next”.
On the next page, tick marks the option which says “I understand and agree….” And then hit “Next”.
Finally, the Google Account Verification Window will open up as shown below.
Now using an On-The-Go cable, connect your device and the pen drive on which you copied the FRP Tool.
Once the File Manager pops-up on the device screen, look for the FRP Tool file with .apk extension and select it.
You will now see the “Development Settings” window on the device. Select “Install” and move on.
You can now “Open” the installed App file to the “Settings” page on the device. Here you can select “Backup and reset” to “Factory data reset” your device by clicking on “Erase Everything” as shown below.
Note: your Samsung device will reboot and require you to set it up once again but will not ask for Google Account Verification.
Part 2: Bypass Google Account Verification on LG Device
Let us now move on to tackling the FRP Lock problem on an LG Device. There might be many tools available for you to carry out the task, but we suggest using Tungkick’s LG Google Account Bypass tool.
Firstly you are required to boot into Download Mode. Press the Volume Up button and hold it until you connect it with a PC using a USB cable.
Now download Tungkick’s tool for Google Account Bypass and extract it.
In this step, look for the tool.exe file and click on it twice for it to launch. You will now see a window similar to the one shown below.
Now from the tool’s interface before you, select your phone’s name. Once you do this, the tool to start performing its function automatically.
Patiently wait for the process to finish. Once it is done, reboot your LG phone. You will pleasantly surprised to notice that no longer will you be asked for Google Account Verification.
Note: You can use Dr.Fone - Screen Unlock (Android)Tool to bypass the lock screen on your LG Devices as well.
Part 3: Bypass Google Account Verification on HTC Phones
If you own an HTC phone and want to know how to bypass Google Account verification on it, here show you can do it:
Turn on your HTC phone after resetting it and choose your preferred language. Then tap on “Start”. On the next page, select a Wi-Fi network and connect to it. Then click “Next”.
On the “Verify Your Account” screen, tap on the email/phone field to open the keyboard and long press on the settings key.
Now the HTC Sense Input Settings screen will open where you need to tap on “Personal Dictionary” and then long-press on “HTCVR” and finally hit “Share”.
Now long press on the email icon for the App info page to open. Here tap on “Notification” and then on “App Settings”.
Now click on the three dots that appear on the top right corner of the screen to select “Manage Accounts”.
You will now be directed to your phone settings. Here click on “Google”. Then hit “Search and Now” to select “Now Cards” to enable “Show Cards”.
On the next screen, select “No, Thanks” to reach the Google search bar where you need to type “Google” to select the first link that appears. On the page that opens, click on “No, Thanks” again.
Finally on Google Chrome Browser window search for “Quick ShortcutMaker” and open the second link that appears. Now download “APK from APK 2.0”
Once the file is downloaded, go back until you reach the screen to enable “Show Cards” again. Then move to the next step which is to install the downloaded file.
When the file is installed, click on “open” and search for “Google Account Manager” which says “Type E-mail and Password”.
Finally, hit “Try” and then the three dots that appear on the “Retype Password” screen to select “Browser Sign-in”. Here you can enter a fresh Google Account.
Now restart your phone and set it up once again without being stuck at the FRP Lock screen.
To sum up, we would like to say that the techniques given above have helped all Android users and will help you too. Please do let us know how they worked out for you in the comments section below.