As we all know now Google has added up additional security to all new Android devices from android 5.0 to the newest version of Android. Many people who don’t really know how android actually works will buy an android phone without owning a personal Gmail account. Now, what they do is to create a random Google account just to have some major features working on their phone. After formatting the smartphone or resetting the smartphone they pass through a process where Google ask them for the previous Google account that was used to start up the phone or that was in the phone before resetting it.
First I will explain to you how to bypass this process and how to avoid this from ever happening if you want to format your phone.
Method 1: To Avoid Google verification after Resetting your Smartphone.
If your smartphone has some issues and you think resetting it will be the best and you don’t know the Google account you use to start up your phone.
Go to your phone settings
Scroll down to “Accounts”. If you are using Tecno you will see just Accounts, but if you are using Infinix you will see a section named Accounts and under it, you will see “Other Accounts”. Click on it.
Now you will see the different Accounts you have created with different apps, but we are not looking for other apps just go straight and click on “Google”.
If you are using Tecno immediately you will see an option or a button telling you to “Remove Account”. Now, if you are using Infinix you will see the Google account you created now click on it and you will see a vertical dot on the right corner of your phone, click that and you will see “Remove Account” click on that and that Account will be removed from your device.
With this when you can go ahead to reset your phone the device will know that there was not Google account in it when the Smartphone was reset so the device will ask you to create a new Google account or login any Google account you already have.
Method 2: To Bypass Google Verification on Version 9.0
After connecting to a WiFi network to get your device started and you see verify your Google account and you don’t know the Google account. Pick up the phone and press both volume buttons for 3 sec until the Accessibility Feature is shown to you, after that click on “Use Shortcut”.
The dialog screen will disappear, now hold the two volume buttons again to go the Accessibility Feature.
Now slide your finger over the screen so that the Global Context Menu will show up. After showing up click on “Don’t touch”.
Press and hold the two volume buttons again to disable the Accessibility Feature Shortcut.
Now click on the search button you will see at the top of the screen and search for YouTube. When you see the YouTube app showing up click on it and it will redirect you to the YouTube app setting.
Now click on Notification and inside Notification, you will see Advance click on it, you will see Additional Settings in the app, click on that and then click on About. Now after doing that you will see “YouTube Terms of Service” click on that. Google Chrome will be shown to you press Accept and press Next. It will ask you to sign into Chrome choose “No Thanks”.
Now a search bar will appear, type this in it, “frp issamgsm”. Google will show the website, usually its always the first one, now click on it.
Now scroll now still you see “Android 6 Google Account Manager issamgsm.com.apk”, click on that one and you will be redirected to where you will download the file you will use. After downloading that you will see “QuickShortcutMaker 2.4.0, on that same page you downloaded the first file, click on it and download it.
Now after downloading those files go to download and install QuickShortcutMaker 2.4.0. after installing the app, open it and search for “Launcher”, pixel launcher will be shown to you now click on it and a drop down will appear inside the drop-down choose Pixel Launcher. Now you will see a Try option click on it.
After clicking on it, you will be taken to the phone launcher now go straight to the phone settings. Scroll down to where you will see Security and Location click on it and scroll down again and you will see Device admin app click on it and you will see an app called “Find my Device” click on it and chose “Deactivate this device admin app”. Now go to the home Launcher and click on File Manager go to Download folder and install the google account you downloaded previously.
After the app have been installed, close the file manager and open the QuickShortcutMaker 2.4.0 app and search for Google you will see “Google Account Manager” now click on it and a drop down will be shown to you scroll down to where you see type in Gmail and password, that should be the 6th option, click on it. And you will see an option saying Try, click on it and a browser format will be shown to you, click on the vertical dot on the right corner and you will see Browser Sign-In. click on that.
Now the Google login page will be shown to you. Now log in your new Google account you want to use for the device. After successfully signing it close all the opened apps. Now go to settings and go to apps and uninstall that Google Account app you installed in the device. After that now Restart the device. Wait for it to boot up. After booting up make sure you are connected to a wireless connection and automatically the device will recognize the Google account you just login it with. You will see a page saying your Google account is ready for use, now click on Next and wait for it to load. Just pass through the steps to start up the device
After passing through all the startup process you will see a page saying “Adding finishing touches”. This process may take a few minutes depending on your internet connection. After that process, your device will be fully on for your use.
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