Google® account recovery help and how to recover Gmail® password

I have forgotten my password, but my browser remembers it

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Sign in to the Google account that uses your recovery email, if your recovery address is a Gmail address. Choose whether you want your password mailed to you or changed. If you choose "I can't remember my user ID" then Yahoo will have you answer the "secret questions" they asked when you signed up. Try using the last password you remember. Please enter a valid email. I have no access to my recovery email, phone, or any other option You may still be able to restore access to your account by manually verifying your identity. See the instructions for your browser:



Enter the last password you remember and click Continue. If you are not sure of your password, click I Don't Know. Choose to receive your verification code via text message or automated phone call and click Continue. Verify your identity by answering security questions if you have no access to your phone. After you regain access to your old Gmail account, update your account recovery options so your settings are current.

Navigate to Google's Security page and make sure your recovery email and phone number are current. Use Google's Security Checklist to make certain you have protected your account. Share Share on Facebook. Get help signing in to Gmail. Use Google account recovery to find your Gmail address. Your recovery email address may be the one you currently use.

Confirm your identity to Google. Sign in to your recovery email account. Your account recovery number is probably your cell phone number. The representative will help you change the user name if needed and reset the password so you can access the account again. Make the appropriate selection from the choices. If you choose "I can't remember my user ID" then Yahoo will have you answer the "secret questions" they asked when you signed up. These questions will be something like: Yahoo will give you your user ID.

After recovering your user ID, click on "I can't access my account" again and select "I can't remember my password," then click next and you will be taken to a change password screen, where you can change your password. Choose whether you want your password mailed to you or changed. Unless you have registered a secondary email, if you choose email then the password will be sent to the account you can't access.

If you want to change password then you will be asked the security questions you specified when you registered the account.

Questions are something similar to, "Mothers birth place? Access the Gmail ID page and click on "I can't access my account. Choose the appropriate selection from the page that loads. I have forgotten the password or username for my Google account, or I'm unable to access my account for other reasons. If your browser remembers your password that is, the password field is automatically populated when you log in to your Google account, and you're able to log in , you should be able to retrieve your password through your browser's password manager.

In order to recover your Google username using this form, you must already have specified a recovery email address or recovery phone number. If you haven't specified any recovery information, you may still be able to find your username if you have fairly recently accessed your email account through a browser. Gmail displays your email address in the browser's title bar, so searching your browser's history for Inbox or Gmail might reveal your email address.

If you have an account on the Google Apps for Business service, you may still use the method described above. First, try the methods described above. If this is unsuccessful, you may still reset the admin password by domain verification. Instructions on how to do that will vary depending on which client you use. Here are links to instructions for some of the most common clients:. You will then be asked a series of questions which you must answer to the best of your ability.

Use Recovery Email

Enter the email address or phone number you use to sign in to Google. This can be your Gmail address, your G Suite email address, your recovery phone number, or another email address or phone number associated with your account. This is the email address you provided when you signed up for your Gmail account. It could be your work email address or the email address you currently use. If the recovery address is not a Gmail address, you are sent an email containing instructions to . Sign in - Google Accounts.