How to Reset Gmail Password Without Recovery Mobile Number

In order to reset your password, you need to be able to receive a reset code. In order to receive this code, however, Google must be able to verify that you are who you say you are. It is for this reason that you should already have provided an alternate email address or an answer to a secret question.

Unfortunately, without a secret question or alternate email address, you won’t be able to access your password. Google does, however, require you to complete at least one of these security measures – so if you don’t have a recovery mobile number, you will have a backup address or security question.

How to Reset Your Password

  1. Head over to the ‘Trouble Signing In’ page, which you can find here: 

     

  2. The page will ask you to enter your email. Do this, and then press ‘Next’. If you can’t remember your email, you can also click the ‘Find my account’ button which will help you find out your account email address.
  3. Press next, and you will be asked to enter the last password that you remember using. So, if you can’t remember your current password, you can move to the next step by remembering an old password.
  4. If you can’t remember any old passwords, you can also choose the ‘Try a different question’ option, which appears below the large blue ‘Next’ button.
  5. If you are logged into your account on a mobile device, you will be asked if you want to send a prompt to your device to confirm you are who you say you are. When you receive the prompt, you can tap the ‘Yes’ button to confirm that you want to go ahead and change your password.
  6. If you don’t have a mobile device that’s logged in to your account, you can again choose ‘Try a different question’. The next page will ask you to send an email containing a one-off verification code to your alternate email address. Your alternate email address will appear on this page above the ‘Send’ button, so you know where to log in.
  7. If you don’t know your alternate email address, or you don’t have one set up, you can again press ‘Try a different question’ and you will be asked when you created your Google account. If you can provide the month and the year, you will be able to complete one stage of verification. If you still don’t have this information, you can again press ‘Try a different question’.
  8. Google will give you the option to use another email address on the next screen. It ideally needs to be an account that is already added to your Google email security system, but other email addresses can be used if Google is able to somehow verify that the same person owns the account. You can also press ‘Try a different question’ for another option.
  9. If none of these options work, try checking passwords that you use for other accounts or any password folders you might have set up on mobile devices. Without being able to verify that you are who you say you are, Google will not give you access to your Gmail account, in order to keep your data and personal information safe.
Tags

Kevin Arrows


Kevin is a dynamic and self-motivated information technology professional, with a Thorough knowledge of all facets pertaining to network infrastructure design, implementation and administration. Superior record of delivering simultaneous large-scale mission critical projects on time and under budget.

Expert Tip

How to Reset Gmail Password Without Recovery Mobile Number

If the issue is with your Computer or a Laptop you should try using Reimage Plus which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files. This works in most cases, where the issue is originated due to a system corruption. You can download Reimage by clicking the Download button below.

Download Now

I'm not interested

Close