Method 1: Bypass Google Account Verification After Reset without PC
You can bypass Google account verification by recovering your account. This method is the simplest and quickest way for you to get around it. There’s no need to use a computer or software to do this. All you need to do is use the Forgot Password/Email option.
The only caveat is your recovery email or phone number. If you’ve not set up one for the connected Google account, this won’t work. Well, it’s highly likely that you have one since Google certainly asked you to do it the moment you signed up. Try to remember it.
Next to the welcome page, connect to a WIFI network. Then, proceed to the Google Account Verification page.
There, tap on the Forgot Password/Email option. Then, provide the recovery email or phone number that’s tied to the Google account in question.
Google will then send you a recovery link via email or SMS. Check it and hit the link. You should be forwarded to a secure page where you can reset the password of the account. Just set up a new password.
Go back to the Google Account Verification page and enter your new password. After that, you should be able to access your phone.
Method 2: Bypass Google Account Verification after Reset via Gboard
If your phone is using Google Keyboard by default, you may be able to pull off this trick. This involves using the Gboard to access the Developer Options and turn on OEM Unlocking to force your way through FRP.
However, we’ve only been able to test this on Samsung phones that use Google Keyboard. Still, it wouldn’t hurt to try it if your Android phone is of another brand. Also, the phone must be on Android 6 or earlier.
After the reset, connect your phone to a WIFI Network. Then, proceed to the Google Account Verification page. There, tap on the email box to pop the keyboard out.
Tap and hold the “@” symbol until options appear on the screen. Select Google Keyboard Settings. In the upper-right corner, tap on the 3-dot option and choose Help & Feedback.
In there, select “Using Google Keyboard”. Then, tap and hold any text on the screen until the options pop up. Hit “Websearch” and then type Settings to open it.
Scroll down to the bottom and open About Phone. There, look for the Build Number and tap on it seven times or until you see the prompt about Developer Options. Then, go back to the main Settings menu.
Under About Phone, tap on Developer Options. And look for and toggle on OEM Unlocking. After that, just tap the back button twice and restart your phone. Then, connect to the WIFI and you should be able to add a new Google account to bypass FRP.
Method 3: Bypass Google Account Verification After Reset with Tenorshare 4uKey
Well, if the previous methods don’t bypass Google Account Verification after a reset, you may consider using this third-party program called Tenorshare 4uKey. It’s a tool that’s designed to remove and disable Google Lock (FRP) on Android phones, specifically Samsung ones.