FRP TCL Android 12 11 2022 Google Account Bypass without PC

Most of the recent TCL Android devices are now running on Android 11 & 12 such as TCL 30 z, 20 XE, A3, A4X 5G, 20 Pro 5G, 30 V 5G, 20 SE, Revvl V+ 5G, A30, 30 XE, etc.

In this post, we are going to use a common method that can be used to bypass the Google Account verification on both TCL Android 11 & 12 phones as follows. In a few minutes, you’ll reach the TCL home screen.

So, let’s begin the troubleshooting –

To bypass the TCL lock screen password, I had to reset the device using the volume up & power button.

Now that the factory reset is done, I’ve reached the “Hi There” screen.

Click “START” to move ahead.

 

 

Now, connect your TCL smartphone to a Wifi network.

After connecting to the internet, it’s getting ready. You need to wait for a while.

 

 

Then it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” page. Choose “Don’t copy” to proceed.

The next page is “Verify Password”. To get past this screen, I either need the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.

But I do not remember either of the two.

 

 

 

 

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

How to bypass Google account verification / FRP lock on all TCL Android 11 12 devices without a computer 2022 – Tracfone, Straight Talk, MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, T-Mobile, Verizon

 

 

To bypass the Google lock, go back from the “Google – Verify your account” screen to the first page of the setup wizard.

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

Now, select the last option – “Talkback”.

 

 

Hit the “Use Talkback” button and then tap “ALLOW” to turn on Talkback.

 

Talkback is enabled.

Now, draw an opposite L on the screen. Swipe towards right then up.

A pop-up window appears at the bottom – “Allow Android Accessibility Suite to record audio?”. Double-tap – “WHILE USING THE APP”.

 

A new window shows up – “Use voice commands to control Talkback”. Double-tap on “Use voice commands”.

Say “Google Assistant” on your phone’s mic to launch this app.

 

 

Now, 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.

 

A pop-up appears on the screen – “Turn on Talkback?”. Again press and hold the volume buttons for 3 seconds to turn off the talkback.

Now, tap the “3 bar icon” to proceed further.

On the next screen, click on “Explore More from Assistant”.

 

Now, touch the “profile icon” on the top-right corner and choose “Help”.

 

 

 

This will bring you to the “Support” page.

Tap the search box and type delete.

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

 

 

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

We are now on the “App Info” screen.

Scroll down and pick “Settings”.

 

 

Hit “OPEN” to launch the Settings app.

 

 

 

Now, go to “Apps” > “VIEW ALL 40 APPS”.

 

Select the “Android Setup” app and hit the “FORCE STOP” button.

 

After stopping this app, go one step back with the back key.

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

 

 

 

After disabling the 2 apps, tap the back button 2 times.

Go 2 steps back to reach the Settings page.

 

Now, Open – “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.

 

 

Turn on the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” and hit the “ALLOW” option.

 

 

You can see the shortcut button at the bottom-right corner.

Now, hit the back button multiple times to reach the “START” screen.

We have reached the first page of the setup wizard.

Tap the shortcut button to launch the Accessibility Menu.

Now, touch the first option – “Assistant”.

 

 

It says – “Google Play Services Required”. Hit “Settings” to move ahead.

Hit the “ENABLE” button to turn on Google Play Services.

Now, go back to the first page.

Tap “START” to move ahead.

 

When you reach the “Getting your phone ready” or “Copy apps & data” screen, click the back button once. 

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

 

On the “Connect to Wifi” screen, use the “Set up offline” option to complete the device setup.

Click on “Set up offline” > “CONTINUE”.

 

We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.

Accept the Google Services terms and conditions.

 

Tap the “Skip” button on the “Set Screen Lock” page.

 

Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup wizard as shown above.

 

We have successfully landed on the TCL home screen thus bypassing the FRP lock.

Now, you can turn off the accessibility menu shortcut.

 

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

 

 

 

Turn off the shortcut as shown above.

If you’re stuck at any step, feel free to leave a comment below.

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