Are you busy with recovering your Facebook account? And you forgot, or you don’t access your email and mobile phone number registered on the system?
We can understand this unfortunate situation in which you are. However, you don’t need to worry. You are not the only one who lost access to a Facebook account.
At this point, people generally go for Facebook’s Help Center, but it may be quite confusing for people struggling to recover their Facebook accounts.
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Moreover, you should be careful about something. There is countless outdated information about Facebook account recovery on various websites and social media platforms like Quora and Reddit. In such an atmosphere, you may spend hours to recover your Facebook account and cannot get in at the end. At that point, only we need that are our friends!
Recover Your Facebook Account without Email Address or Phone Number:
If you forgot your email address, phone number, and even Facebook username that you registered Facebook with. It is relatively easy to learn them with only a few clicks.
Step #1: Let one of your regular Facebook friends to check out your Facebook profile’s “About” section. They
Step #2: There should be your email address and phone number listed in the “Contact Information” section.
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Recover Your Facebook Account with Facebook Username:
Today, many of us are active on multiple social media platforms with various usernames. It is quite normal to forget one of the usernames or be confused with them in such a reality. For instance, if you are in a hurry, you may not remember even your Facebook username. In such a situation, how can you find your username? Like this:
Step #1: Ask for a friend to get to your Facebook profile and check the URL on the web browser’s search bar.
Step#2: Then, try a variation of your Facebook username you found, just in case you are using a nickname.
Note: You may be asked to enter one of your Facebook friend’s names. It is important to remember the full name of your friend.
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Let’s consider you lost access to the email address and phone you registered in your Facebook account. However, those are not the only options that let you recover your account. There is another way to turn around it.
Recovery with the “Trusted Contacts” feature lets you take full control of your Facebook account. In that process, you are just required to assign 3 to 5 of your Facebook friends who you trust.
Step#1: Go to facebook.com via a computer, and then click on “ Forgot account?” below the login page.
Step #2: When prompted, find your Facebook account by searching your email address, phone number, or Facebook username.
Step #3: Let’s consider you have searched for your email address. Then, check the list of email addresses listed.
If you don’t have access to any of them, don’t worry.
Step #4: Continue entering a new email address or phone number that you know that can access.
Step #5: On the prompted page, click on “Reveal My Trusted Contacts” and type down a trusted contact’s full name.
Step #6: Almost done, you will see the instructions with a recovery link.
Step #7: Send the link to a trusted contact you chose and ask them for the login code provided.
Step #8: Use that recover code to have access to your Facebook account. That’s it!
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Last Few Words:
After you access your Facebook account, do not neglect to add a new email address and phone number for any forward recovery case. Also, you may like to think about saving your passwords on your web browser locally. Moreover, many modern browsers, like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, present user accounts that provide online sync between multiple computers.
Originally published at https://blog.circleboom.com on November 10, 2020.