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I finally can get in. Facebook always know the true phone number with all the country code. It simply doesn't display it. For some reason I do not get the message. Then I try to login to stackexchange with my facebook account. Then I got the same problem. I moved on. Then I look at my phone. There is an sms from facebook. I tried to login again and uses ...


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By the way, starting another count no longer works if you have a photo of yourself on your original account. New accounts now take uploading a photo of yourself that is checked against all other accounts. So you can't start another account with your photo as it'll think someone's trying to use your photo to start a different account (which you are, of course)...


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John C's answer is incorrect. There is no way to access your account if you have two-part authentication on and have lost your phone. Period. The recovery codes are eight-digit. Authentication codes are six. If you input recovery code (any of the ten) into the two-part authentication box, you will get an error: "The login code doesn't match the one sent ...


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I now have my account back so I'm adding this in case anyone else has a faulty security check screen like this The only way I found to bypass the security check was to deliberately disable the account by answering the security check incorrectly (repeatedly). Once the account is disabled you can request it be reopened by sending a photo of your ID. The ...


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It's very unlikely to happen as Today I checked and its working. Latest Android devices having the below problem: The problem may be in your phone smart SMS services. Many a time I need to look into the original text of SMS to get the code as my android SMS shows me a card type Message which looks fine but may show wrong code. So, I suggest you to don't ...


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I found out there is an easier way than suggested in every other answer. It seems that "fbid" is a global identifier in Facebook. Using just it, one can access content it is pointing to like this: facebook.com/{fbid}, for example: m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157028479758918&id=6344818917 becomes facebook.com/10157028479758918 (then the ...


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