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+1-877-637-1326 Gmail Problems Resolution

Gmail Problems Resolution 

One of the most common reasons someone loses access to their Gmail account is because they have forgotten their password.  Fortunately, Google has a number of tools you can use to recover that password. Fair warning — it’s not a lot of fun. Have you ever noticed that any time you forget your password on another service, like Netflix, the recovery option is almost always to have it emailed to you? Well, that won’t work if you’re trying to log into an email account.

First, it’s critical that you set up alternative contact methods attached to your Google account. Log in to your Gmail account, click your profile pic in the upper right corner, and then select “Manage your Google account.” Tap the “Security” tab and locate the “Ways we can verify it’s you” option. Next, make sure the two options — Recovery Email and Recovery Phone — are filled out. These are the recovery methods you can use to get access to your account back.
Two-step verification is one of the best methods you can use to secure your account. Briefly, two-step verification adds a second layer to your security by requiring a second acknowledgment of a login attempt. For example, if you log into your Gmail account, you’ll receive a text message with a code you must enter in order to proceed.
If that won’t work, you can also opt to receive a call on your backup phone. Of course, this will still not work if you’re in an area with a bad signal. However, you can choose for this to be a landline. The downside to that choice is that you have to be at the place where the landline is, but it is an option.
Finally, if all else fails, you can also use backup codes. Backup codes are generally used for occasions when you lose your phone, or cannot receive authentication codes by any other means.

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These need to be generated in advance. Backup codes are sets of codes you can use to log into your account in lieu of your two-step verification. Backup codes come in sets of 10. These are one-time use codes — they become inactive as soon as you use them. To generate a set of codes, visit the two-step verification page and scroll down to the backup codes area. Click on “Get new codes.” This will generate a text file for you to download, which will be called “Backup-codes.

If your Gmail is missing emails that you know are in there, the most likely cause is that you accidentally deleted or archived them. You can check this easily enough by clicking on the Trash folder in Gmail. Most often you can find the trash folder by clicking “More” in the folders area, then clicking “Trash.” If the email is in there, it may be archived. In the area where you clicked “More,” look for “All Mail.” That will show you all mail, whether archived or not.

Hopefully, some of these tips have helped get you back on track. If there’s anything you’ve run into that you can’t figure out, let us know. Call Toll Free +1-877-637-1326 Gmail Password Recovery Number for instant solution.

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