Trying to reset Motorola phones and get stuck at Gmail.
To reset any Motorola phones running on Android Marshmallow & Nougat can be done only when USB Debugging is enabled.
As in Android Lollipop version, you have to Tap 8 times About Phone in setting to enable USB debugging.
But this option is limited to Lollipop version phones only.
With Android Lollipop or higher upgrade (7.0, 6.0 & 5.0), Gmail account popup whenever you reset the phone.
If you remember your Gmail credential attached with your Moto phone, then you are ready to go.
***Points to Remember
Unattached your Gmail account with Moto phone before Hard reset.
But in most of the cases, Users cant remember their Gmail credentials.
In this Post, we will come with tools & How to Enable USB Debugging in Motorola Phones running Android Marshmallow or higher and reset Gmail account.
As out there, some dongles & software boxes are available which can reset the Gmail account directly with one click.
But for One phone, its not worth to invest $ 50-100.
We will use Moto Service tool to to Enable USB Debugging from any of the version and use ADB command to reset FRP.
Like: Nougat, Marshmallow or Lollipop.
Tools & Software Required:
2- Moto phone running on Android Lollipop or higher version with phone asking for Gmail account.
3- USB cable.
How to use Moto Service tools to Enable USB Debugging & ADB Tool to reset FRP:
1- Download Moto Service tool & unzip it using Winrar.
2- Run Moto Service Options & click on extract.
3- Run Moto Service & Click on next.
4- Motorola Mobile driver installation will prompt. Click on Next & Select I Agree. Driver installation will proceed.
5- As soon as Driver installation is closed. eToken PKI client will prompt for installation.
6- Moto Service setup will extract the main application files. Moto Service Setup will appear and as soon as the setup get installed. It will launch Moto Service tool.
7- Run Adb tool & follow up the process for its installation.
8- Connect Moto Phone in Factory Mode using Power + Volume down key.
9- As Driver has been installed earlier, Phone will get identified in PC.
10- RUN Moto Service tool.
11- Click on Option and select Port Setup.
Enter Port no. Click on Assign & select Done.
Tool will restart.
12- Under tool, select Power Test. Under the device click on Power test.
Select No, out of the two options.
13- Switch off Phone and using Power + volume down key turn the phone into Factory mode.
14- USB debugging will appear. Select Allow.
As USB Debugging is Enable now we have to run ADB tool to reset FRP.
15- Run ADB tool.
Enter command, adb devices and press enter.
it will list the Phone.
then on enter command, adb shell content insert –uri content://settings/secure –bind name:s:user_setup_complete –bind value:s:1.
16- Restart the phone.
FRP has been unlocked, now you can access the phone.