Is there a particular app that can quickly assist me in bypassing a Google locked phone for free?
All the apps I have seen while facing this issue were a waste of time. The most useful of the plethora of choices were basically technical instruction manuals that consisted of questions that could jog your memory and help you to remember a password or phone number. That dosen't help with new "to you" phone". The others I've seen are click bait for people makeing ad sales or data mining. All phones are different so anything stating it unlocks all are definatly bogus. On top of that how would one install a "Legit App" on a locked phone. Which brings me too hard fact. To un-lock Google's gotta gave a hand in everything's grip you need to have patience, time, and a willingness to learn. Like I said every phone differs, some are close to others but phone companys want to sell phones that are secure so they switch it up, and google just seems to like buying working platforms and insist on fixing them. First place to go is youtube... Isnt that ironic. Somebody's done it somewhere and loves to share it. I'm not sure how much google will like these videos now that they own youtube. If your tech savvy chances are you'll get the just of what steps need to happen but still time and patience. My other suggestions are first, check to see if the usb debugger has been turned on previous to the lock out. If it is your world became alot easier by being able to connect the device to another phone or computer and gain access. You can try to figure out where or who the phone came from. If you dont already have this info and tried that route theres a good chance that the thing is stolen. On the off chance that it's an old phone you found in a drawer but you forgot your own info and performed a factory reset it before deleting google account(s) attached to it. Contact the carrier that provided service when it was active, and usable. They might have better luck performing hard resets or something of that nature. Since Google has become so large that they cant provide personal support for there 9 billion + accounts because the call center would be a small country, you can pay them to talk to somebody. I've recently done this , not for this reason, but found the cheapest way to talk to a real person about an account ; not counting google pay accounts, they do have real people answering phones but are a completely separate entity from google accounts/gmail and provide more frustration. You upgrade an accessible account with google 1 service for 3dollars per month which come.with live phone support. Unfortunately they will only talk you through the steps that provided already on there web pages. So if you do go this route you could be a little sneaky and inform them that it is your child's phone which has become locked and that he or she is still a minor, not certain but I think that will create a backdoor in which they can bypass security without breaking company regulations. They also have a business service which I'm sure is more than 3 bucks that has to do with gmail and linking devices/accounts together creating a company network. Youd have to be dishonest yet again with this one but dont have to use a minor as an excuse, you'll have to inform them that an disgruntled ex employee returned there company phone locked and without a password and that you are unable to remember your codes incase this situation ever occurs. In conclusion no, there isnt. LOL. My suggestion is do it yourself, get uncomfortable learning and doing things you normally wouldn't because your scared to mess it up. You cant mess it up any worse, it wont lock you out even harder. Maybe you'll get comfortable rooting phones and understanding that the things we hold on to so tightly containing or most precious of memories, entire financial backgrounds, numbers and things were up to that no one can know about. Are just plastic boxes ran off of script we write. Secured by trust, trust that people are good and would do the right thing if granted access to your life. Or trust that the average person isnt smart enough to crack some man made code.