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Bruffwyman25@gmail.com gmail keeps popping up on my phone to sign into an old email account. I don't have the password, and I need it to stop

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1. Open the old gmail account.
2. On the top, far left corner, click on the icon that looks like a stack of three horizontal lines.
3. On the next page, click on the down arrow at the top of the page.
4. On the next page, click on "Manage accounts".
5. The next page, takes you to "Accounts". Click on "Add another account".
5. From here you can add your preferred gmail account. This one will now be your default gmail account.

If you want to delete a gmail account, follow steps 1-4. Then click on "Edit" on the top right corner. Then you can delete unwanted gmail accounts.

Hope this helps you.
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If this email program has the function of sending your password to another email adress you could open up a hotmail account which is free then get them to send your password to your new email adress

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it appears the password has been entered by someone incorrectly too many times. if this is your account go to www.hotmail.com try to sign in using the information you have provided. when it doesn't work click on resetting the password below that and enter the security questions or if you have a secondary email account set up click on that and the email reset will be sent to the alternative email address.

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How do i get my old email back


Go to Gmail Webmail page [gmail.com]. Logout of your current gmail account if signed in. On the login page select add account or login another account, Enter your old email address and then select "need help". This where your can recover your password if old email address is correct. It can also help with account name once you provide the needed info. This should work provide the account was not deleted.

Dec 12, 2014 | Google Gmail

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Yes, it would appear gmail assigned you a new account.
To Delete the NEW account from Google:
  1. Sign in to the NEW account at accounts.google.com.
  2. At the top, click Data tools.
  3. In the Data Tools box, click Delete products.
  4. Click Remove Gmail permanently.
Now, to get into your OLD gmail account through your new smart phone, you first need to delete the NEW gmail account from the phone. I do not know what kind of phone it is, so I suggest you go into the store where you purchased the phone and ask for assistance.
Apparently, incorrect selections were made while attempting to put your OLD gmail account into the phone, and Google assigned you a gmail account based on your name. It is similar to the old account name.
The specifics of your phone's operating system prevent me from knowing how to properly help you. But it's obvious you need to delete the NEW gmail account, install the OLD gmail account, so when you tap the gmail icon, you get what you want. The people who sold you the phone will be able to help you the best.
Sorry I couldn't do more.

Sep 01, 2014 | gmail.com

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I have an old gmail I can't access- forgot passwords...gotten new phones..and my verify info is not working- I opened a new account but a lot of other accounts are linked to it....how do I get it opened or...


recovery by email:
https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/183726
Recovery email address You don't have to provide a recovery email address, but we strongly encourage you to. Once you've started using Google as a signed-in user, we'll use your recovery email address to communicate with you under the following circumstances:
  • We need to confirm your username after you create an address
  • You can't sign in to Google
  • You've forgotten your password
  • You're about to run out of storage space
  • We need to alert you to any unusual activity involving your address
If you use Gmail, you may have added a recovery email address to your account when you first signed up. If you don't use Gmail, your password recovery address is the email address you used to sign up for your account (for example:myusername@yahoo.com)
To change or add a recovery address:
  1. Go to your Google Account Settings page.
  2. Scroll down to the "Signing in" box.
  3. Click Recovery email.
  4. Add your recovery email address.
  5. Click Done.
Your recovery address should be an email address that you use regularly.


recovery by phone:
https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/183728

Having a mobile phone number on your account is one of the easiest and most reliable ways to help keep your account safe and ensure that you can get back into your account if your account is taken over or you forget your password. Your mobile phone is a more secure identification method than your recovery email address or a security question because, unlike the other two, you have physical possession of your mobile phone.
Hackers target accounts without phones because they're easier targets. Add a phone and join hundreds of millions of other Google users who have helped stop hackers in their tracks.

To add a recovery phone number to your account:

  1. Go to your Google Account Settings page
  2. In the Personal info section, click Phone.
  3. In the Recovery phone section, click to add a recovery phone number if you don't have one yet.

Ways we will use your mobile phone number

We'll only use your mobile phone number to ensure the security of your account. Here are some ways we'll use it:
  • To challenge people when they try to take ownership of your account
  • To send you a verification code so you can get into your account if you ever lose access
  • To provide an alternate way for you to verify that you own an account
  • To help prevent people from getting into your account by guessing the answer to your security question
  • Optional: To alert you to possible threats to your account's security (for example, when your password is changed)

Ways we won't use your mobile phone number

Unless you make a specific request, we won't use your mobile phone number for anything other than protecting your account. For example, unless you tell us to, we'll never:
  • Sell your phone number to other companies or organizations
  • Call you for marketing purposes
  • Publish your phone number online

What type of phone you should use

You should use a mobile phone number so that you always have access to it. It's important that you can receive security alerts as soon as possible so that you can help keep your account safe.

Aug 10, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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I want to reset my password


On the Gmail sign-in page, click the "Need help?" link.

Mar 22, 2014 | Google Gmail

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Login to my gmail account


Signing in to your Gmail account gives you access to your email messages.
Gmail Web-based email functions as most email services do, with the option for users to send and receive email messages, store contacts and organize messages.
You can opt to store your Gmail login information when signing in so that you do not need to re-enter it each time you access your email.You can access your Gmail account on a computer or a mobile phone.

Open a Web browser window.
Click the address bar and enter "gmail.com." Press the "Enter" key.

Enter your Gmail username and password in the indicated fields.
Check the "Stay Signed In" box to save your username and password for future logins.
Click "Sign In" and wait for your Gmail account to load.
Mobile Phone
Press the "Menu" key on your mobile phone and click the "Browser" icon.
Click the Web address bar and enter "gmail.com."
Enter your Gmail username and password and click "Sign In."

Nov 16, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I forgot my pattern password and my email password


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Which email account ?????...
Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.

Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.
You'll be asked to enter your email address.
Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
Click "Continue."
Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
Do not exit from this page.
You will need it later.
Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
Enter the confirmation code that you received.
Click "Next."
Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

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Oct 17, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I lost my password and couldnt connect . they have now frozen the e mail because they say i didnt give them enough information to prove i was using the account . but i gave them as much as i remember


Now which email account is it ??
Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.

Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.
You'll be asked to enter your email address.
Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
Click "Continue."
Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
Do not exit from this page.
You will need it later.
Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
Enter the confirmation code that you received.
Click "Next."
Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

http://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1279515892&rver=6.0.5285.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fdefault.aspx&lc=1033&id=64855&mkt=en-us

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Oct 01, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Forgot my password


Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.

Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.
You'll be asked to enter your email address.
Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
Click "Continue."
Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
Do not exit from this page.
You will need it later.
Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
Enter the confirmation code that you received. Click "Next."
Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

http://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1279515892&rver=6.0.5285.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fdefault.aspx&lc=1033&id=64855&mkt=en-us

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Aug 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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When I put in my e-mail password it comes up invalid


Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.


Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.

You'll be asked to enter your email address.
Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
Click "Continue."
Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
Do not exit from this page.
You will need it later.

Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
Enter the confirmation code that you received. Click "Next."

Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

http://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1279515892&rver=6.0.5285.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fdefault.aspx&lc=1033&id=64855&mkt=en-us

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Aug 13, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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