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In short, the only way to restore your account is to fill out this form.
The following is the only way to try to regain access to your free Gmail / Google account (try again, even if you’ve already done so): -read this page carefully, then this other, and then read this blog. Don’t miss any of this!then follow this important tip to help you complete your account recovery.If possible, check your browser password manager or password app for lost passwords before proceeding. Google does not submit password reset links upon request. Your ID does not validate “ownership” of the account, and Google does not ask security questions because no one at Google can access your account. However (if this applies to you), without an updated recovery email and / or phone number, and if you haven’t had recent access, you will have difficulty recovering your account, which is usually not possible. Of course, your choice if you want to continue. Google suggests: -Use the same computer, phone or tablet from which you frequently log in (if possible).If you are logging in via a webpage, use the same browser as you normally would (if possible).Use the location where you recently successfully logged in (if possible).Don’t use a VPN when trying to recover. Only you can perform the recovery procedure, we cannot do it for you. If recovery fails, the account may be lost; maybe wait a week with no access at all and then try again (some users reported it helped). Google does not provide any other recovery options. Starting a new thread will not affect the result; If you need more help, please let us know how Google will respond.
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