T-Mobile Revvl V+ 5G FRP Bypass Google Account Unlock 2022

Revvl V+ 5G is the latest entrant in the T-Mobile Revvl series. It’s a budget 5G smartphone that comes with Android 11 out of the box.

Revvl V+ is a successor to Revvl 4 Plus which was launched with Android 10 and is now updated to Android 11.

On Revvl V plus 5G, the factory reset protection (FRP) gets enabled if you hard reset the phone via Recovery Mode.  To claim the ownership of the device we need to verify with the lock screen PIN/Pattern/ Password or the previously synced Google account during the device setup.

In this post, we are going to learn how to bypass the Google lock on Revvl V+ 5G without a computer using the latest & easiest 2022 method. In a few minutes, you’ll be able to use your phone once again –

I was locked out on my Revvl V+ 5G, so I performed a factory reset via Recovery Mode. After the reset, it brings me to the “Hi There” screen.

Let’s tap “START” to begin the device setup.

In the next step, we need to connect our phone to a Wifi network.


Now, the phone is getting ready. You need to wait for a few minutes.

Afterward, it brings me to the “Copy apps & data” screen. Click “Don’t copy” to move ahead.


Now, we have reached the screen lock verification page. I don’t remember the correct password, so I clicked the alternate option – “Use my Google account instead”.

This brings me to the Google verification page. It’s asking to verify with the previously synced Google account on this device.

Let’s use the latest 2022 hack to bypass the FRP lock without a PC –

How to bypass Google account – FRP lock on T-Mobile Revvl V+ 5G without computer 2021 2022


To bypass the Google account, go 2 steps back from the “Verify your Account” screen to the “Connect to Wifi” page.



Now, click on “See all Wi-fi networks” > “Add new network” as shown above.


When the keyboard appears, tap the “microphone icon”.

Now, hit “DENY” when the “Allow Gboard to record audio?” pop-up shows up on the screen.


Repeat the previous steps. Again click the “mic icon” and then “DENY”.


Do this one last time.

This time we get a new option. Click the “mic icon” and then hit “ALLOW” as shown above.



This will bring you to the “Gboard – App Info” screen.

Select “Permissions” and then touch the “search icon” at the top-right corner.



Enter the term settings in the search bar and scroll down to the bottom when the search results appear.

Now, choose “Settings – App Info” as marked in the above screenshot.

On the following screen, click “Open” to reach the Settings app.



Now, go to “Accessibility” > “Accessibility Menu”.


Enable the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut”.

Confirm your action by hitting “ALLOW” when prompted.


Now, the accessibility menu shortcut is enabled and it appears at the bottom-right corner of the screen.

We can launch it when needed.

Tap the back button 2 times to reach the Settings page.



Now, click on “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.



All the apps are listed on the App Info screen. We need to disable 2 apps.

First, open the “Android setup” app and “Force Stop” it.



Now, go one step back and open the Google Play Services app.


Open “Google Play Services” and hit “DISABLE”.


After disabling “Google Play Services” click “Force Stop” as shown above.



Now, go all the way back to the first page using the back button.



Click “START” to move ahead.


Now, we are on the “Copy apps & data” screen.

Click the back button once to reach the “Connect to Wifi” page. 


Hit “Set up offline” and then “CONTINUE”.



The phone is now stuck on the “Just a sec” screen.

Click the back button once to reach the “Connect to Wifi” screen.


Now, click the “Accessibility Menu Shortcut” situated at the bottom-right corner.

When the Accessibility menu appears, select the first option – “ASSISTANT”.


Hit “Settings” to reach the “Google Play Services – App Info” screen.

Now, hit “Enable” to turn on the Google Play Services app.



Click the back button 2 times to reach the “Connect to Wifi” screen.



Once again choose “Set up offline” and then “CONTINUE”.



This time it directly brings me to the Google services page. We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.

Accept the Google services terms and conditions to proceed further.




Skip the screen lock setup. We can do it later.



Also, skip the face unlock setup.

In the next step, we need to set up the automatic system update time.



Set the install time and hit “SAVE & NEXT”.

Now, click “Finish” to complete the setup wizard.



We have successfully landed on the Revvl V+ 5G home screen thus bypassing the Google lock.

If stuck at any stage, feel free to leave a comment below.

6 thoughts on “T-Mobile Revvl V+ 5G FRP Bypass Google Account Unlock 2022

  1. Alternate method was needed but worked fine, thanks!!!!
    F’ers at the T-Mobile store were insisting to my mother-in-law that there was nothing they could do for a ‘forgotten’ PIN on her new device after getting it home and trying to use it. Airhead salesperson insisted that they hadn’t entered one for her – total BS. Aargh! Thanks for listening.

  2. What happens if the mi orphaned says no permission to enable voice typing , the guard option doesn’t pop up anymore

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