Question: What to do if you lose your phone with Google Authenticator?

How do I restore my Google Authenticator to a new phone?

The old school way still works

  1. Install Authenticator on your new phone.
  2. On your computer, visit Google’s two-step verification site and log in to your Google account. …
  3. Click Change Phone in the Authenticator app section. …
  4. Open the Authenticator app on your new phone and tap Begin > Scan barcode.

Is there any way to recover Google Authenticator?

If you didn’t print out those codes, upon setting up 2FA, the first thing you’ll need to do is retrieve them. To do that, you must log into your Google account, and then go to the Google 2FA site, where you’ll be prompted to log in once again. Upon successful authentication, you’ll see an entry for Backup codes.

How can I get verification code without phone?

The Google Authenticator app for Android, iPhone, or BlackBerry can generate verification codes. It even works when your device has no phone or data connectivity.

How do I find my 8 digit backup code for Google?

Create & view a set of backup codes

  1. Go to your Google Account.
  2. On the left navigation panel, click Security.
  3. Under “Signing in to Google,” click 2-Step Verification. You might need to sign in.
  4. Under “Backup codes,” click Continue .
  5. From here you can: Get backup codes: To add backup codes, click Get backup codes.
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How do I verify my Google account without a phone number?

How To Skip Phone Verification on Google

  1. Go to Gmail.
  2. Click on Create an Account.
  3. Enter your full name and Gmail username.
  4. Create a strong password.
  5. Tap on Next.
  6. Leave the phone number field empty.
  7. Enter the recovery email address (optional)
  8. Finish setting up your account.