Bypass Google Account Protection MOTOROLA XT1756

How to remove Google Account protection / Factory Reset protection in MOTOROLA XT1756 phone?

Necessary Drivers and Tools

  1. Drivers
  2. Diag_Drivers
  3. mfastboot_adb
  4. FRP Reset tool

Install Necessary Drivers and Tools

  1. Unpack Diag_Drivers and install Drivers.
  2. Unpack mfasboot_adb by any packer to c:\mfastboot
  3. Unpack FRP Reset tool and copy all unpacked file to c:\mfastboot

Removing Google Account in the phone will erase all of your data.
All described operations you are doing at your own risk.
If want saves your data do a backup before start.

Google Account protection / Factory Reset protection Tutorial

  1. Connect MOTOROLA XT1756 phone to usb cable in bootloader mode.
  2. Launch the command line with admin rights.command line with admin right
    • Go to c:\mfastboot directory
    • Type cd\ and press enter key.
    • Type cd mfastboot and press enter key.
  3. Type Motorola_FRP or Motorola_FRP.exe depend on windows and press enter key. Motorola FRP toolIf windows ask for admin right allow it.
  4. Software will ask for password enter iguru4life and press enter key.Motorola FRP tool ask for password iguru4life
  5. Now, wait until process end. This takes a little and phone will restart few times just wait until you will see on phone start screen without Google Account verification.

    Motorola frp unlock process step1

    Motorola frp unlock process step2

    Motorola frp unlock process step3

    Motorola frp unlock process step4

    Motorola frp unlock process step5

    Motorola frp unlock process step6

This software work on all Motorola / Lenovo Moto / Lenovo Nexus phone with Qualcomm processor and all android version until 11.2017 security patch(Nexus phone with 04.2017 security patch).
Software removes Factory Reset Protection and Google Account Protection.

If the software will not see MOTOROLA XT1756 phone connected in bootloader mode or any connection problem just use Diag_Drivers, unpack it and update it manually in device manager.

Help! This doesn't work