Tips to complete account recovery steps
On the off chance that you can't sign in, pursue these means to expand your odds of getting over into your Google Account:
Go to the Account recovery page.
As you complete the steps, use as many of the tips below as you can. (You might not see all the questions described here.)
In the event that you effectively attempted to recoup your record and got a "Google couldn't confirm this record has a place with you" message, you can attempt once more.
Answer as some questions as possible
Try not to skip questions. In case you're uncertain of an answer, speculate instead of proceeding onward to another inquiry.
Use a familiar device & location
Use a computer, phone, or tablet where you frequently sign in
Use the same browser (like Chrome or Safari) that you usually do
Be in a location where you usually sign in, like at home or at work
Be Exactly with passwords & answers to security questions
Details matter, so stay away from mistakes and focus on capitalized and lowercase letters.
If you're asked for the last password you remember, enter the most recent one you recall.
If don't remember your last password: Use a previous one that you do remember. The more recent it was, the better.
If you can't confidently recall any previous passwords: Take your best guess.
Give Answers of security questions
If you're asked a security question and you:
Don't remember the answer: Take your best guess.
Know the answer but didn't recover your account on your first try: Consider a different variation of the answer. For example, try "NY" instead of "New York" or "Phil" instead of "Philip."
Get Info when you created your account
In the event that you don't recollect the month and year you made your Google Account, here are a few different ways to discover.
Search for a sign-up email. In the event that you can get your email for the record, scan for an appreciated message from Google or Gmail. On the off chance that you can't, browse for a confirmation email on another record that you utilized at that point.
Ask your contacts. In the event that you use Gmail, ask loved ones when they previously got an email from your record.
Think about related events or purchases. Try to remember if you created your account when you:
Had an important life event, like graduating.
Bought a new device. Look for any receipts or contracts that could be helpful.
If you can't find out the date, take your best guess.
Type an email connected to your account
If you're asked to enter an email address you can check now, enter one that you've added to your account. Here are some examples:
A recovery email address helps you get back in and is where we send you security notifications.
An alternate email address is one you can use to sign in.
A contact email address is where you get information about most Google services you use.
Add Important details
If you're asked why you can't access your account, include helpful details.
Some examples are:
You get a specific error message.
You think your account was compromised because of malware or another reason.
You changed your password last week and can't remember it.
If your description matches the information we have, this similarity can help your case.