Bypass Google Account on Samsung Using Google Keyboard
Google Keyboard is an Android virtual keyboard. You can use it to do web searches, image searches, and even emoji searches without leaving the keyboard.
You can use it to get rid of the Google Account lock on Samsung devices after the factory reset. However, keep in mind that this solution is only compatible with Android 6 or earlier versions.
Step 1. Get to the Help page
Do a factory reset and reboot your device.
Select a language and connect to the WiFi network.
You will be asked to type in your Google account login credentials in this step.
Press and hold the @ button on the keyboard until the Settings menu pops up.
Next, tap on Google Keyboard Settings.
Now, tap on the three dots at the top right corner of the screen.
From the options, tap on Help and Feedback.
Step 2. Turn on the Developer mode
On the next screen, tap on Using Google Keyboard. After that, press and hold to select any text on that page and tap on Websearch.
Type "Settings" in the search bar that pops up.
Scroll down and select About Phone.
Identify the build number and tap on it 7 times on the following screen. This will activate the developer options.
After unlocking the developer options, go back to the previous menu and launch it.
Step 3. Click the OEM Unlocking button
Now, you need to unlock OEM Unlocking and tap on Back twice.
Restart your device and connect to the WiFi. Afterward, select Add New Google Account from the Google account login page.
Bypass Google Account on Samsung without Computer
Is your device running the latest OneUI 4.0 on Android 12, and you want to figure out a way to bypass the Google account on Samsung without using the computer?
Fret not because we have you covered. Below, we have laid down a step-by-step guide to bypassing Samsung's Google verification (FRP) lock without using the computer.
Press and hold the Power button and the Volume Up button. This will launch Talkback permission.
A permission window will pop up asking if you want to use the Volume Up and side buttons to use Talkback. Here, tap on Use.
Press and hold the Volume Up and Power button again.
On the following screen, swipe right to find the next button.
Next, tap on While Using the App on the Talkback permission window that appears.
Now, tap on Use Voice Commands. Then say, "Open Google Assistant."
After the Welcome to Bixby screen appears, turn off Talkback by pressing and holding the Volume Up button and the Power button.
Tap on Sign In. Now, type in your Samsung account login credentials.
After signing into your Samsung account, you will see another permission window saying, "Want a faster way to sign in?". Tap on Cancel.
Next, tap on Start. Your device will give you an overview of the permissions of Bixby's features. Next, tap on Continue.
Next, tap on the three-line menu icon at the top left corner. Then, tap on My Capsules.
Scroll down and tap on Galaxy Store.
From there, tap on Search for Samsung Music App. Afterward, tap on Continue.
Clear the search bar and type in your device's version and launcher theme then download it. For example, the S9 launcher- theme.
Once the download is complete, tap on Install Anyway. After that, launch the app and click on Continue > Enter > OK. Then close the app.
Now, head over to Settings > Accounts and Backup > Back up data. This will backup all your data on the Samsung cloud.
After that, download and install Alliance Shield backup app from PlayStore. Launch the app and complete your registration.
Next, head over to Settings > Accounts and Backup > Accounts. Make sure your Samsung account is logged in here.
Return to the previous page and tap on Backup and Restore > Backup Data > Backup Now.
After the backup is complete, tap Done and go back to the previous page. Here, click Restore Data, select each file individually, and restore it. Then enter your device's name file, tap on Apps, and uncheck all the options.
Go inside Apps, select Alliance Shield X, and tap Restore > Install.
After the installation is complete, close Settings, launch Alliance Shield X, and tap on Device Admin. Then, enable Knox.
Tap on App Manager and type "Service Mode" in the search bar on the following interface. Go to Activities and open Service mode from there.
Next, choose MTP + ADB. Then, connect your device to a computer via a USB cable.
On your computer, go to Ictfix.net. From the APK section, download the FRP ADB.7z file on your computer.
Right-click on the FRP ADB.7z file from the downloaded files and go to 7.zip > Extract to FRP ADB.
Enter the password ictfix.net, and then select Yes to All.
Open the FRP ADB folder and launch the FRP Hijacker file. Click on ADB Operation and then Remove FRP. The software will take some time to bypass the FRP lock. Once it's complete, unplug the USB cable and reboot your device.
While Samsung's security system protects your device from external harm, it can be a headache if you get locked out of your own device.
However, depending on the current Android version that you are running, you can seamlessly bypass the Google account on Samsung.
You can use the manual method for older Android versions or use third-party software like Unlockit Android.
On the other hand, if you use the latest Android 12, you can bypass the FRP lock manually. We hope the tricks we laid out in this guide helped you gain back access to your device.
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