Google has officially released Android P Developer beta version for supported devices. Many users have already updated their phones to this latest Android version to get the latest features. However, due to some reasons, some of the users have got stuck with bypassing Google account on their Android phone. Even when they downgraded to lower version, the problem could not be fixed. They were still be stuck at verifying Google Account screen when setting up their phone. The Talkback method is no longer useful for bypassing Google Account like doing it on previous Android versions. If you are getting trouble with removing FRP Google Account on your Android P (9.0), then this post will help you.
- Google Pixel/Pixel 2 Phones
- OnePlus 6
- Nokia 7 Plus
- Essential Phone
- Oppo R15 Pro
- Sony Xperia XZ2
- Vivo X21UD
- Vivo X21
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S (Global version)
How To Bypass Google Account On Android P
- First, power up your phone and connect your device to a Wi-Fi network
- Return to Welcome screen, tap on Vision Settings > Magnification and choose the first line ( Magnify with triple-tap)
- Tap on Search and search for YouTube
- Now, tap on Notification > Additional Settings in the app
- Tap on No, thanks in order not to log in Google Account.
- Now, enter this URL into the search box: bit.ly/techzai and download Apex Launcher v3.3. Once done, install the app on your phone. Remember to enable unknown sources
- You are now on the home screen, open Chrome again and download two files:
Bypass_FRP_Android_8_techzai.apk and Bypass_FRP-1.0.apk
- Once done, install Bypass_FRP_Android_8_techzai.apk file and tap on Done
- Continue to install Bypass_FRP-1.0.apk file and tap on Open when it’s done.
- From there, tap on three-dot button and choose Browse sign-in
- Now, enter any Google Account you know and complete steps
Once done, reboot your device. That’s it! You have now successfully bypass Google Account on your Android P phone. If you have any question, let’s know in the comment.
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