How to Recover Your Facebook Account Without Email and Phone Number?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How to Recover Your Facebook Account Without Email and Phone Number?

Have you lost access to your Facebook account but can’t access your email and phone number?

You can’t reset your password through the “reset password” button. They’ll ask for your email address and phone number.

So, how do you recover your Facebook account?

If you select the “I cannot access my email account” option, Facebook will direct you toward useless resources in the Help Centre.

This guide will teach you how to recover your Facebook account without an email or phone number.

How to recover your Facebook account without email and phone number?

  1. Search for “Report compromised account” on Google
  2. Tap on “My account is compromised”
  3. Tap on “Forgot Password”
  4. Tap on “Try another way”
  5. Select “No longer have access to these?”
  6. Tap on “I cannot access my email”
  7. Tap on the identity confirmation link
  8. Enter your phone number and tap on “Search”
  9. Enter your old password

Keep reading to find out how!

Related guide: How to See Your Facebook Email Address?
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How to Recover Your Facebook Account Without Email and Phone Number?

How Can You Recover Your Facebook Account Without Email or Phone Number?

It’s not difficult to recover your Facebook account in these conditions.

You need to fill out the “Report Compromised Account” form.

You’ll need your old password, though. This form will let you reset your password by entering your old password.

As long as the Facebook password is one you once used before, you’ll be able to reset your current password and recover your Facebook account.

Follow the steps below to do it:

  • Search for “Report compromised account” on Google
Search for “Report compromised account” on Google
Search for “Report compromised account” on Google

You can look for this password-reset guide on Google. Search for report compromised account and use the first link.

That’s a guide provided by Facebook for recovering your account.

  • Tap on “My account is compromised”
Tap on “My account is compromised”
Tap on “My account is compromised”

You’ll need to act as though your account was hacked, and you don’t have access to your email or phone.

This is the only way you can recover your account in this situation.

Tap on “My account is compromised” to continue.

  • Tap on “Forgot Password”
Tap on “Forgot Password”
Tap on “Forgot Password”

You’ll be taken to a login screen where they’ll ask you to enter your mobile number/email and your password.

Since you don’t have access to your mobile phone number or email and don’t know your password, tap on Forgot password?”.

  • Tap on “Try another way”
Tap on “Try another way”
Tap on “Try another way”

This screen will ask you to enter your Facebook password. Since you don’t know it, you should tap on “Try Another Way”.

This will let you proceed through the guide and recover your Facebook account.

  • Select “No longer have access to these?”
Select “No longer have access to these?”
Select “No longer have access to these?”

Facebook will provide several ways you can log in to your account.

You’ll receive a code to your email, use your Google account, or enter your Facebook password.

Instead, look at the bottom of the screen for the “No longer have access to these?” option.

Tap on it to proceed.

  • Tap on “I cannot access my email”
Tap on “I cannot access my email”
Tap on “I cannot access my email”

Facebook will need to identify you’re the holder of the account.

They’ll tell you to reset your email account’s password if you don’t have access to it.

If you’re not in the position to do that, tap on “I cannot access my email.

  • Tap on the identity confirmation link
Tap on the identity confirmation link
Tap on the identity confirmation link

Facebook will ask you to tap on an identity confirmation link since they can’t confirm your identity yet.

Tap on it to proceed to the next step.

  • Enter your phone number and tap on “Search”
Enter your phone number and tap on “Search”
Enter your phone number and tap on “Search”

Once you’re here, you need to find your Facebook account.

Enter your mobile number or account name, then tap on “Search”.

Don’t worry; you won’t receive a code on your phone or anything.

You need to let Facebook know which one is your account.

  • Enter your old password
Enter your old password

You can enter our old password here to try and reset your current one. Tap on “Log In” after entering your old password.

If this doesn’t work, you should try gaining access to your email address.

Without your old password, you can’t recover your Facebook account.

You can also try this Facebook account recovery guide on Desktop and see if you can make it work there.

The steps are the same, with some small differences.

Either way, act as though your account was compromised and is being accessed by someone else.

This way, Facebook will have to prove your identity without using your email or phone number.

Conclusion

With this guide, you should recover your Facebook account without knowing your email and phone number.

But you’ll need your old password to do this.

If you don’t even know your old password (not your current one), then there’s nothing you can do but contact Facebook support.

They may have other means of recovering your account.

Remember your login details when you gain your account back and use two-factor authentication.

This will protect your account from malware and scammers who may hack your account.

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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