The FRP Bypass hack for the Revvl 4+ / 5G was fixed in the latest Android 11 update. We are back with the latest Revvl 4 Plus/5G Android 11 Google bypass hack without a computer.
In a few minutes, you’ll be able to use your phone once again. So, let’s get going –
After doing a hard reset via the Recovery mode on my Revvl 4 Plus, I’ve landed on the “Hi There” page.
Hit the “START” button to move ahead.
Now, we need to connect to the internet via Wifi or Mobile data.
It’s getting our phone ready, we need to wait for a while.
Tap “Don’t copy” on the “Copy apps & data” page.
Now, it brings me to the lock screen password verification page. I don’t remember the screen lock password.
Let’s use the 2nd option – “Use my Google account instead”.
We have landed on the Google verification page. To get past this screen, we need to sign in with the previously synced Google account. I don’t remember the Google account credentials.
Let’s use the latest hack to bypass the FRP lock on Revvl 4 Plus/5G/V+ running on Android 11 firmware –
How to bypass FRP lock/Google account verification on Revvl 4 Plus/5G/V+ on Android 11 T-Mobile 2021 without computer
To bypass the Google lock, go back to the “Hi There” screen of the setup wizard.
Use the back button to reach the first page.
On the “Hi There” page, tap the “Emergency Call” button to launch the phone dialer.
Now, click on “EMERGENCY INFORMATION” twice to open this page.
Hit the “Pencil edit icon” at the top-right corner.
In the next step, we need to select “Name”.
A Name pop-up appears on the page. Now, tap the “Profile icon” as marked in the above screenshot.
2 new options appear on the screen, select “Choose an image” to reach the “Recent” page of the File Manager app.
Now, tap the “3 bar icon” at the top-left corner and Long-Press the “Drive” option.
This brings us to the “App Info” page of the “Drive” app.
Select “Permissions” to reach the “App permissions” page.
Tap the search bar at the top-right corner and search the term settings
Scroll down and select the option – “Settings – App info” as shown above.
Now, we are on the App Info page of the Settings app.
Touch “Open” to launch the Settings app.
Scroll down on the Settings page.
Now, Go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.
Toggle on the “Accessibility Menu shortcut”.
Hit “ALLOW” to enable it.
Now, go 2 steps back to reach the first of the “Settings” app.
Click on “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.
Here we need to disable 2 apps.
First, select “Android Setup” and “FORCE STOP” this app.
Now, go one step back and select “Google Play Services”.
We need to “DISABLE” the Google Play Services app.
Also, “FORCE STOP” this app as shown above.
Now, long-press the power button and tap “Restart”.
After the reboot, we have reached the “Hi There” page. Tap the forward button to move ahead.
When you reach the “Copy Apps & data” page, hit the Back button once.
Now we are on the “Connect to Wifi” page.
Choose “Set up offline” located at the bottom-left corner and hit “CONTINUE” to confirm your action.
Now, go back to the “Hi There” page using the back button.
Hit the “Accessibility shortcut icon” located at the bottom-right corner and choose “ASSISTANT”.
Click “Settings” and “ENABLE” the Google Play Services as shown above.
Once you’ve enabled the Google play services, go back to the “Hi There” page.
Click START to move ahead.
When you reach the “Copy Apps & Data” page, hit the “Back Button” once.
Once again tap “Set up offline” > “CONTINUE”.
This brings us to the Google Services page.
Accept Google services terms and conditions.
Hit the “Skip” option on the “Set screen lock” page.
Skip the Face Unlock setup as well.
Choose “SETUP TIME” to schedule the automatic system update time.
Click “SAVE & NEXT” and then “Finish” to complete the setup wizard.
We have successfully landed on the Revvl 4 Plus home screen thus bypassing the Google account.
Let’s check the current Android Version. We need to Go to “Settings” > ” System”.
Now, we need to choose “Advanced” > “System Update”.
The phone has the latest available Software running on Android 11.
Now, let’s disable the Accessibility Menu Shortcut Button.
Go to Settings > Accessibility.
Now choose “Accessibility Menu” and tap the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” button to disable it.
The Accessibility Menu shortcut is turned off.
If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.