Method 2: Unlock Motorola Phone After Factory Reset Using A SIM Card
Say you have a 5-year old Motorola phone or even earlier models such as the original Motorola G, G2, and G3, the SIM card trick may prove useful to you. You only need a SIM card and another phone that can make calls.
However, the success that his method can unlock your Motorola phone is not guaranteed. Well, you have nothing to lose so try your luck and follow the steps below.
Insert a working SIM card into the Google-locked Motorola phone. Make sure that you know the SIM number.
Use the extra phone and call the SIM number from there. Then, accept the call on the Motorola phone and then end it. Then add the caller as a new contact and select the option to save it using a Google account.
There, you will be able to set up a Google account. Do it and then save the contact there. Then, restart the phone, and the new account that you added should overwrite the previous one. Log in using the new account.
After that, the FRP screen after resetting your Motorola should no longer bother you. You will have full access to the phone
Method 3: Unlock Motorola Phone After Factory Reset via Gboard
There’s also a workaround using the Google keyboard, This trick may work on your Motorola phone if its default keyboard is Gboard. Otherwise, you won’t be able to pull this off. This method works by accessing the Developer Options and enabling the OEM Unlocking.
However, we’ve only tested this method on Samsung phones. Nevertheless, it wouldn’t hurt to try since Motorola is an Android phone as well.
On the Google FRP page, tap on the email box to bring out the Google Keyboard. There, tap and hold the “@” symbol until the Keyboard Settings option appears. Select it.
In the Keyboard Settings, there’s a 3-dot option there. Tap on it and select Help & Feedback. Then, choose the option: Use Google Keyboard.
There, tap and hold down any text on the screen until some options pop out. Then, select the “Web Search” option. Erase the selected texts and type in “Settings” on the search bar.
In Settings, scroll down to About Phone. There, tap on the Build Number seven times. There will be a small prompt at the bottom of the screen about the Developer Options. Then, go back to the main settings menu.
Under About Phone, tap the Developer Options. Scroll down there and toggle on OEM Unlock. Then, tap on the Back button twice and restart the phone. After that, the Google FRP screen should no longer appear.