In the recent updates for Xperia devices, Sony has made some changes with Talkback 7.10 update version, so we are no longer be able to use this method to bypass Google account on Xperia devices. That’s why removing Google account lock is becoming more difficult. I know you trouble you are dealing with, so this post today we’ll show you a new method to bypass Google Account on Xperia devices when Talkback no longer works.
FRP Bypass Xperia Phones When TalkBack No Longer Helps
Since TalkBack method does not work anymore, so we’ll need to use another new way. But, before proceeding, I ask you to prepare some things first so that the process can be successful.
- Prepare another phone and insert your primary SIM card into it. Next, try to establish a PIN code that will be served for removing Google account on your Xperia device.
- Keep your phone battery at least 50% for the process
Once done, let’s start removing Google account on your Xperia phone.
- Boot up your Xperia phone and connect it to a Wi-Fi hotspot
- Now, insert your primary SIM card that has already been set up the code into your phone.
- Immediately, your phone will restart. Wait for your phone booting up, enter your SIM’s code and you are then on the lock screen.
- Firmly press on the Android Setup notification > tap on “i” icon to open App Info
- Now, tap on Advanced > Browser app >Opening Links and scroll down to choose YouTube Tap on it to open YouTube’s App Info.
- From there, tap on Notifications > Advanced > Additional Settings in the app
- Tap on No, thanks without logging in any Google account.
- Now, enter this URL into the search browser: bit.ly/techzai, download and install Apex launcher 3.3.3 app. Remember to allow this source option in Chrome
- Once done, open it and you will be on the home screen. Continue to open Chrome and download two files: Bypass_FRP 1.0.apk and Bypass Android 8.apk
- Now, go to File app > Download folder and install Bypass Android 8.apk first
- Continue to install Bypass_FRP 1.0.apk. Once done, launch it and then tap on three-dot button and select Browse sign-in option
- From there, enter any Google Account that you remember the password. Once done, reboot your Xperia phone.
That’s all you need! You have now successfully bypassed Google Account on your Xperia phone. If you have any question, let’s know in the comment below.