Vortex V22 is a budget Android smartphone that comes with Android 11 out of the box.
On V22 the need for Google verification arises after a factory reset using the volume up & power buttons via Recovery Mode.
In this post, we are going to use the latest and easiest method to bypass the FRP lock on Vortex V22 without a computer as follows –
I was stuck on the lock screen due to the forgotten password. To bypass the Vortex V22 lock screen I performed a factory data reset with the volume up & power keys.
After the reset via Recovery Mode, I reached the “Hi There” screen. This is the first page of the setup wizard.
Let’s click the “START” button to move ahead.
Next, we are going to connect our device to the internet using Wifi or Mobile data.
The phone is now connected to the internet & is getting ready.
After a few minutes, we reach the “Copy apps & data” page. Let’s tap “Don’t copy” to proceed.
This time I’m stuck on the screen lock password verification screen.
I do not remember the lock screen password or the previously synced Google account.
To bypass the Google verification, we are going to use the latest and easiest trick as follows –
How to bypass Google account verification/FRP lock on Vortex V22 Android 11 2022 without a PC
To bypass the Google lock, move back from the “Google – Verify your account” screen to the first page of the setup wizard.
On the “Hi There” screen, click on “Vision Settings”.
Now, hit the last option on this page i.e. “Talkback.
Turn on Talkback and hit the “ALLOW” option when prompted.
After turning on Talkback, draw an L on the screen as shown above.
This will launch the “Talkback menu”.
Double-tap on “Talkback Settings”.
Once you reach the “Talkback Settings” page, you can turn off talkback.
Press and hold both volume keys for 3 seconds.
Repeat the steps. Again press and hold the volume buttons for 3 seconds to turn off Talkback.
Talkback is now turned off.
Next, we need to click on “Braille keyboard” > “Set up braille keyboard”.
A window pops up on the screen.
Look for the “Gboard link” and click on it as shown above.
This will take you to the “Google Play Store” screen.
Click the “3 dots icon” on the top and choose “Settings”.
Hit the first option on the Settings page i.e. “General”.
Then click on “Notifications” > “Account”.
This will bring you to the “Notification category” screen.
Hit the “Google Play Store icon” located above “Account” as shown above.
This way we reach the “App Info” screen of the “Google Play Store” app.
Select the 2nd option – “Permissions”.
On the “App Permissions” screen, hit the search button on the top.
Enter the term settings in the search bar.
When the results appear, scroll down to the bottom.
Look for “Settings – App Info” and click on it.
On the following screen, click “OPEN” to enter the Settings app.
In Settings, scroll down & open “Accessibility”.
Then click on “Accessibility Menu”.
Turn on the accessibility menu shortcut and hit “ALLOW” when prompted.
You can see the shortcut button at the bottom-right corner.
Now, we need to go 2 steps back to the Settings page.
This time click on “Apps & notifications” > “App Info”.
We will use the “App Info” screen to disable 2 apps – Android Setup & Google Play Services.
First, open the “Android Setup” app and hit the “FORCE STOP” button.
After stopping this app, go one step back to the previous page.
Now, open “Google Play Services” and hit the “DISABLE” button.
Choose “DISABLE APP” when prompted.
Now, we have to go back to the first page.
Tap the back key multiple times until you reach the “START” screen.
We are again on the first page of the setup wizard.
Click the accessibility menu shortcut to launch the menu.
Then click on “ASSISTANT”.
It fails to open the “ASSISTANT app” and shows an error – “Google Play Services required”.
Hit “Settings” to do the needful.
Now, tap the “ENABLE” button to turn on Google Play Services.
After enabling the app, again move back to the first page.
Hit the “START” button to move ahead.
When you land on the “Copy apps & data” screen, hit the back key once.
It’ll bring you to the “Connect to Wifi” screen.
On the Wifi page, there is a new “Set up offline” option. Click on it.
Now, tap “CONTINUE” to proceed further.
We have successfully bypassed the Google account verification.
Hit the “Accept” button on the “Google Services” screen.
Skip the screen lock set up in the next step.
Skip the face unlock setup as well.
Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup wizard.
We have successfully landed on the Vortex V22 home screen thus bypassing the Google account verification.
If stuck somewhere, feel free to leave a comment below.