When you look for solutions for bypassing Google verification on ZTE, one of the methods you might have seen is the Swiftkey method. It uses the Swiftkey feature to open the phone settings and perform a reset on the device. This will then bypass the Google verification on your ZTE phone.
But not all ZTE phones have the Swiftkey feature. If that’s the case with your phone, don’t worry. We listed some of the best ones on this page!
Method 1: Bypass Google Account on ZTE via Third-Party APK
If you search “how to bypass Google account on ZTE without Swiftkey,” this first method appears. It uses a third-party APK to bypass the Google verification on your ZTE phone. You can freely choose the APK you want to use. The popular ones are Pangu FRP Bypass Unlocker, and FRP Bypass Tool.
You will need a flash drive, OTG cable, and a stable internet connection to proceed with this method.
Use a flash drive and download the APK on a computer.
Get your ZTE phone and restart it. Set the language to English and press Next.
Skip the SIM setup section and connect your phone to a WIFI network. Now, an OTG cable and connect the flash drive. You should see a USB prompt on your screen; click on it.
From there, transfer the APK to your phone and install it. If you see a warning window, click on it, and tick the Allow Unknown Sources option.
After the installation, you will be redirected to the phone Settings. From there, select “Erase All Data“. This will wipe out all data on your ZTE phone, including the Google account.
Method 2: Bypass Google Verification on ZTE via Gboard
Another trick to bypassing your ZTE phone’s Google account is enabling OEM Unlocking through the Google Keyboard. This will effectively disable the Google lock on your phone.
For this method to work, the Gboard should be your default keyboard. If not, then check out the other methods.
Press the email box on the Google verification page until the keyboard appears. Then long-press “@” to open the Settings.
Tap the three-dot icon, select Help & Feedback, then tick the Use Google Keyboard option.
Select and press any text on the screen until you see some options pop out. From there, tick Web Search, replace the text on the search bar with “Settings,” and then hit Enter.
Find and click the About Phone tab on the Settings menu. Locate the Build Number option and tap it seven times. You should see the Developer Options prompt after that.
Go back to the Settings menu and open the Developer Options tab. Find OEM Unlocking and turn on the toggle beside it. Tick the back button twice and restart your phone. After that, the Google verification should be removed.