Bypass FRP All Motorola Devices Android 7.1 | 7.0 | 6.0 | 5.0 [Latest-2018]
Bypass FRP All Motorola Devices, whether it is Moto Z2, or Moto X Play, or Moto G series devices, this is universal method for all motorola smartphones, only you need to download “Moto Device Manager”, and moto frp tools, after that connect device to computer to easily bypass google verification.
Note: This method is for All Moto G series, X series, Z Series devices Android 7.x.x, 6.x.x, 5.x.x.
To bypass google account Moto Android 7 and Moto Android 8 Without PC [Click Here]
Download Moto Tools:Motorola Device Manager
Moto FRP Tool
-after downloading finish.
-Turn off any “Active Antivirus Software” to avoid interruption while removing frp.
-Install “Motorola Device Manager” in your computer/laptop.
-Extract “Moto FRP Tool” from winrar archive.
-Now run “Moto_FRP” as administrator.
-Copy password from “PASS.TXT” file, that file is including with “Moto_FRP” folder.
-Past password in “Command Prompt” window as shown in below image.
Let’s Start to Bypass FRP All Motorola Devices:
-Switch off Motorola Device.
-Press & hold (Volume Down + Power) key together until you enter in fastboot mode.
-By pressing volume down key, put your device on “Bootloader Logs” option (See below image).
-Connect device to computer using good quality “Micro USB Cable”.
-Now wait until you get message of “Daemon not Running” in cmd window. (See Below Image).
-Extract the downloaded winrar archive file “ADB”.
-Go to “ADB” folder, and run “Bypass_FRP.bat” file.
-After few seconds, you will get “Allow USB Debugging” popup in your Moto device.
-Tap on “OK” to allow usb debugging.
-Now wait until your Moto device reboot, and access to “Home Screen”.
-Once your “Moto Device” access to “Home Screen”, close “CMD Windows”, and disconnect device from computer.
Add Gmail Account:
-Go to Settings.
-Tap on “Accounts”, and then tap on “Google”.
-Now add your any valid gmail id there to Bypass FRP All Motorola Devices.
Soft Reset Moto Device:
-To Bypass FRP All Motorola Devices, you need to soft reset moto device.
-Go to “Settings”.
-Tap on “Security”.
-Tap on “Backup & Reset”.
-Select “Factory Data Reset”, and then “Reset Phone”.
-At last, select “Erase Everything”.
Warning: This would delete all your data, and when it ask you to login with gmail account, you can use same gmail id that you previously added.