Bypass FRP Motorola Moto G41 Android 12 by Talkback(Last Updated On: December 9, 2022)
This is the best way, and working with almost many Moto Android 12 devices, you can now bypass FRP Motorola Moto G41 device as well with this same process just by turning talkback method using 2 buttons (Volume UP + Down), we will describe everything below step by step along with screen shot, if you real owner of this device, follow all steps from below.
Let’s Start to Bypass FRP Motorola Moto G41:
-Lets begin by turning on device, and connect WiFi first, because without WiFi, you won’t be able to access device settings.
-Go all the way back to first (Hello) screen after turning on WiFi successfully, now enable talkback by Long hold both buttons (Volume UP + Down).
-From popup box, hit on “Turn on” option.
-Hold again both (Volume UP + Down) at same time, this will now redirect you to (Welcome to talkback) screen.
-On a talkback screen, just make a reverse “L” shape by swipe right and then swipe up, now double tap > While using the app > Use Voice Command.
-You must see a green boarder around the screen corner, once you see this, speak loudly “Open Google Assistant”, this will show you new (Try Saying) popup window.
-Once you see (Green) color border, speak loudly “Open Google Assistant”, this will popup another (Try Saying) window for you.
-Double tap on “Keyboard” icon by following below image.
-We are all done here from (Talkback) side, just turn off talkback by long hold again both (Volume UP + Down) keys simultaneously.
-Search “Open Youtube”, tap to (Open Youtube) searched result.
-After reaching inside Youtube official website, just tap “Profile icon” from top corner, and go to “Settings”.
-Go to > About > Youtube terms of service.
-After reaching chrome browser, tap to > Accept & Continue > Next > No Thanks.
Go to Device Settings Directly:
-Search in browser “Download FFRP Tools“, and visit our website searched result.
-From our website page, go down and tap on “Access Device Settings” option same as shown in below image.
-Now we have to turn on shortcut menu just by going inside > Accessibility > Accessibility Menu > Turn on.
-Once you enable this, (3 dots) will just start popping up at bottom right corner.
-We have to get back to “Settings”, from there tap on “Apps”, and then go to “All App”.
-Tap to “3 dots” from top corner and go to “Show system” same as displayed in below snap.
Force Stop & Disable Applications:
-From big app list, just find and hit on > Android Auto > Force Stop > OK.
–Find and tap to “Android Setup” same as shown in below image, so just tap to > Force Stop > OK.
-We have to disable one main application, after that you will be able to easily finish setup wizard without signing with any google account, find and tap to > Google Play Services > Force Stop > OK, now hit on > Disable > Disable App.
-Go all the way back to first (Hello) screen again by tapping on back arrow several times.
-From first (Hello) screen, tap to > Start > Skip.
-You will reach to (Connect to WiFi) screen, just wait over there, once the WiFi is connected successfully, after that tap on your connected WiFi Name.
-After that, tap to “Accept & Continue”, now wait on (Just a few moments…), once this completes, hit on “Don’t Copy” option.
-Now your device will stuck on “Checking for update…” screen, lets follow up below 3 steps very fast, and repeatedly till you get (Google Play Services) screen.
Quickly Follow 3 Main Steps:
-We have tap these 3 options very quickly as much as possible, so quickly hit on > 3 dots icon > Assistant > Settings.
Note: You may fail at first few attempts, just keep repeating until you hit all 3 options successfully, and reach to (Google Play Services).
-Now tap to “Enable” button from google play services to Bypass FRP Motorola Moto G41.
-Congrats, you are all done from Bypass FRP Motorola Moto G41 (Android 12), you can now easily finish initial setup wizard, and don’t forget to sign in with new google account after reaching inside device homescreen, so that, you may not see FRP lock again after restarting this device.