Tips To Complete Gmail Account Recovery Steps

If you can’t sign in Gmail account, you can follow these given steps to increase your chances of getting back into your Gmail Account:

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  1. Visit Gmail Account help page.

  2. As you complete the Gmail recovery steps, you can use as many of the tips below as you can.

If you already tried to recover your Gmail account and got a “Couldn’t sign you in Gmail account” message, you can try again.

Provide answer as many questions as possible.

Don’t avoid any questions. If you’re not sure of an answer, take your best guess rather than moving on to another recovery question.

Always use a familiar device & location

If possible:

  • Use a computer, phone, or tablet where you frequently sign in Gmail.

  • Use the same web browser (like Chrome or Safari) that you usually do.

  • Be in a location where you usually sign in your Gmail, like at home or at office.

Be exact with Gmail account passwords & answers to security questions.

Details matter, so avoid typos errors and pay attention to uppercase and lowercase letters.

Gmail account passwords.

If you’re asked for the last Gmail account password you remember, enter the most recent one you recall.

  • If don’t remember your last Gmail account password: Use a previous password that you do remember. The more recent it was, the better.

  • If you can’t confidently recall any previous Gmail account passwords: Take your best guess as you can.

Answers to recovery security questions

If you’re asked a Gmail security question and you:

  • Don’t remember the answer: Take your best guess as you can.

  • Know the answer but didn’t recover your Gmail account on your first try: Ruminate a different variation of the answer. For example, try “USA” instead of “united states of America” or “Phil” instead of “Philip”.

How to find out when you created your Gmail account.

If you don’t remember the month and year and date you created your Gmail Account, here are some ways to find out.

  • Look for a sign-up Gmail. If you can get your email for the account, search for a welcome message from Google or Gmail account. If you are unable to, check for a verification email on another email account that you can used then.

  • Ask your Gmail contacts. If you use Google email, ask friends and family when they first got an email from your Gmail account.

  • Consider about related events or purchases. Try to remember if you created your Gmail account when you:

    • Had an important life event, like graduating or something else.

    • Bought a new hardware (device). And check for any receipts or contracts that could be helpful for you.

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