Password Archives - Vermont Republic https://vermontrepublic.org/tag/password/ Second Vermont Republic Fri, 23 Aug 2019 10:13:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.1.1 https://vermontrepublic.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/cropped-LogoSample_ByTailorBrands-1-32x32.jpg Password Archives - Vermont Republic https://vermontrepublic.org/tag/password/ 32 32 How to recover your Facebook password https://vermontrepublic.org/how-to-recover-your-facebook-password/ Thu, 22 Aug 2019 08:48:15 +0000 https://vermontrepublic.org/?p=1563 Currently, around 2.5 billion people around the world use Facebook. It has become the main social media platform and many use it to regularly post updates about their lives. It’s so easy to share photos, videos, and your thoughts with the rest of the world. Facebook is possibly one of the main ways of communication …

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Currently, around 2.5 billion people around the world use Facebook. It has become the main social media platform and many use it to regularly post updates about their lives. It’s so easy to share photos, videos, and your thoughts with the rest of the world. Facebook is possibly one of the main ways of communication among people everywhere in the world.

So, it can be truly inconvenient when you can’t log in to your account. Passwords are easy to forget. Maybe you changed it recently and can’t remember what it was or you simply didn’t have to log in for a long time as your phone simply memorizes your password. Here are some ways you can retrieve your password and access your account again.

Simply click on Forgot password.

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When you’re trying to log in but it’s not working, you’ll see a “Forgot password” option underneath the space where you’re supposed to type your password. Click on it and you’ll be redirected to the page where you’ll have to type some security details in order to prove it really is you. These are the details you initially provided when you were creating the account.

You can also recover your password using your email. It’s quite simple. In order to create an account, you have to provide the email. That means you can also use that email in order to get your password back. Facebook will send you a recovery code via email. You have to access your inbox in order to see it which is also a way for you to prove that you’re trying to access your account and no one else’s. Once you type the recovery code, you’ll have the option to change your password. You can check more at fonetracker.com/5-ways-hack-facebook-account-online-free/.

Use your phone number.

Instead of your email, you can also choose to recover your password using your phone number. You have to use the same number that you’ve submitted to Facebook. The support service will send you an SMS with a one-time code that you’ll have to type in. After that, you’ll have the option to reset your password. This is just another way for Facebook to make sure that the account you’re trying to access is yours. However, sometimes you might see an error message and that might be because you’re typing your phone number in the wrong format.

If you no longer have access to your phone number or email address, you can recover your password through your trusted contacts.

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You can assign your Trusted contacts so that in case you lose your password, you can get back into your account with their help. Go to Settings > Security and Login > Choose Friends > Choose Trusted contacts > type the names of your Facebook friends that you trust > Confirm. Now, in case you lose your password and you can’t recover it using email or a phone number, click on Forgot Account > on the Reset Your Password page select the option that you don’t have access to SMS or Email > Continue > Reveal My Trusted Contacts. After you’ve typed the names of friends, you’ll receive further instructions.

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