Nord N100 is the cheapest OnePlus Android smartphone. It comes in 3 different variants in the USA.
The model number of MetroPCS Nord N100 is BE2015, that of T-Mobile version is BE2012 & the model number of Factory Unlocked N100 is BE2013.
On Nord N100, the Google verification screen shows up when you hard reset the phone via Recovery Mode. To verify the ownership of the device, you need to sign in with the last synced Google account on this specific device.
In this post, we are going to use the latest and easiest method to get past the Google verification screen on OnePlus Nord N100 without using a computer.
So, let’s proceed with the troubleshooting –
After doing a hard reset using the volume down & power buttons on my Nord N100, I’ve reached the “Hi There” screen of the setup wizard.
Let’s tap the “START” button to move ahead.
“AGREE” to the OnePlus terms and conditions.
Now, we need to connect our phone to the internet via Wifi or Mobile data.
After getting connected to the internet, it’s checking for updates. This process takes a few minutes time.
On the next page, let’s choose “Don’t copy” to proceed further.
Now, I’ve reached the Screen lock verification page. I don’t remember the lock screen password.
I’ll choose the alternate option – “USE MY GOOGLE ACCOUNT INSTEAD”.
This brings us to the Google verification page. It’s asking to sign in with the previously synced Google account on this device.
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How to bypass Google Account Verification on OnePlus Nord N100 without computer
First of all, we need to go 2 steps back from the “Google Verification screen” to the “Connect to Wifi” page.
This time we are on the “Connect to Wifi” screen.
On this page, go to “See all Wi-Fi networks” > “Add new network”.
Now, click the “microphone icon” on the keyboard as marked in the above screenshot.
Hit “DENY”, when prompted.
Again click the “Mic Icon” and hit “DENY & DON’T ASK AGAIN”.
Hit the “Mic icon” one last time and tap “ALLOW” as shown above.
This brings us to the “App Info” page of the Gboard app.
Click “Permissions” to reach the “App Permissions” page of the Gboard app.
Now, tap the search icon at the top-right corner.
Enter the term settings in the search bar.
Now, scroll down on this page, and select – “Settings – App Info” (with a blue circular icon).
Tap “Open” on the “App Info” screen of the Settings app.
This brings us to the Settings app.
Go to “Security & lock screen” > “Screen Pinning”.
Now, turn on “Screen Pinning” & then “Lock device when unpinning”.
This will take you to the “Choose Screen Lock” page.
We are going to use this page to add a new screen lock PIN, Pattern, or Password.
Let’s add a PIN. Choose “Fingerprint + PIN”.
I’ve set up 1234 as the screen lock PIN.
Confirm the PIN. The screen lock is now changed.
Let’s use this new PIN to bypass the Google account.
Use the back key and go back to the first page of the setup wizard.
Keep going back until you reach the “Hi There” screen.
Once again we are on the “Hi There” page.
Click “START” and then “AGREE” to move ahead.
Tap “Don’t copy” on the “Copy apps & data” page.
We are once again on the screen lock verification page. Let’s use the PIN we added in the last step.
Verify with the PIN 1234
The PIN verification was successful. We have bypassed the Google account.
This time we get a “Skip” option at the bottom right corner.
Let’s skip the Google account set up to move ahead.
Accept Google services terms and conditions in the next step.
“AGREE” to participate in the OnePlus Co-creation User Programs.
“SKIP” the “Fingerprint setup” in the next step. We can add it later.
Hit “OK” on the “Review Additional apps” page.
Now, choose the system font and hit “NEXT”.
In the next step, you can choose between the Navigation Bar & Gestures.
I’ve chosen the old navigation style with a navigation bar – “Recents, Home, Back”.
Finally, hit “START” to finish the setup wizard.
We have successfully reached the OnePlus Nord N100 home screen thus bypassing the Google account.
If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.