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How do I access my Facebook profile on this tablet of mine the same way it is on my mobile phone ,SamsungMini4?Rebecca Ann Buerge Baier604 724 3756 and home landline#604744-5900?

On my phone I get a picture profile of me and I put in a four digit code then I am on Facebook. On this Acer tablet I get every user Facebook except my own real account! I think someone else is trying to administrate my Facebook through Acer tablet because Facebook is unresponsive to my truth!

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Ok lets try this and see if this works. You are logging in from a new device, Facebook is getting and unauthorized log in from an unknown device. You need to register your device. You can do this in settings in the add/remove phone number selection. Also if you have your notifications turned on you should have gotten either an email or sms stating this. Also look in your account settings and look at your privacy settings you may have your settings to where no one can see or only friends. If youre trying to log in from a new device. With your settings like that you wont be able to find your account. Unreconized device, security/privacy only you.
Facebook cant reconize you or your account right now til those steps are taken to verify your account.
If this doesnt do it contact
www.support@facebook.com/verify-account
I hope this helps you.

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