How to Bypass FRP Lock and Google Account Verification on Nexus 5X and other nexus series

The Factory Reset Protection feature that Google introduced to Android devices with Android 5.0 Lollipop update in 2014, might have protected a number of stolen Android devices from unauthorised use, but it has since then put some of genuine users into trouble as well.
FRP lock works by verifying the Google account previously signed-in on the device. So, when in case your phone is stolen, and the thief is able to do a factory reset, he/she still won’t be able to use the device without logging in with the previously signed in Google account. This blocks the device from being used by any other person than you.
However, this has put some genuine users into trouble as well. It gets annoying when you’re locked out of your own device because you can’t remember your Google account password or when you purchased a used device that has been synced to an unknown user account before.
Thankfully, there are ways to bypass the FRP lock Google account verification on some Android devices. We recently did a post on bypassing Google account verification on LG devices, and also on other Android devices in general, but Google has been keenly releasing security patches with monthly security updates to Android.

How to Bypass FRP Lock (Google Account Verification) during device setup

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