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How to Recover a Disabled Facebook Account

Two Methods:

This wikiHow teaches you how to recover your disabled Facebook account. If your Facebook account was disabled volitionally by you, you can reactivate it by logging in. If your account was disabled by Facebook, however, you'll need to submit an appeal to get your account back; depending on the circumstances of the disabling, they may or may not grant your request. You cannot recover an account that has been deleted.

Steps

Recovering a Self-Disabled Account

  1. Make sure you can still recover the account.If you temporarily deactivated your account, you can recover it whenever you like. If you nominated your account for deletion, however, you have 14 days from the time you nominate it to change your mind and log back in.
  2. Open the Facebook website.Go to . This will open the Facebook home page.
  3. Enter your email address or phone number.Do so in the "Email or Phone" text box in the upper-right side of the page.
  4. Enter your Facebook password.Type the password you use to log into Facebook into the "Password" text box to the right of where you typed in your email address (or phone number).
  5. ClickLog In.It's in the upper-right side of the page. Doing so will take you to your account if it's still accessible.
  6. ClickCancel Deletionif prompted.If your account was nominated for deletion, click theCancel Deletionbutton to proceed to your Facebook account. You can now resume using your Facebook account the way you did before disabling it.

Submitting an Appeal

  1. Make sure your Facebook has been disabled.Go to the Facebook website at , enter your email address and password, and clickLog In. If you see a message that says "Account disabled", your account is being blocked by Facebook, which means you can send in an appeal.
    • If you're able to access your account normally, your account isn't disabled.
  2. Open the "My Facebook account has been disabled" page.Go to . Do this on a computer.
  3. Clicksubmit an appeal.This link is just right of the "If you think your account was disabled by mistake, please" text that's near the bottom of the section. The appeal form will open.
  4. Enter your email address or phone number.Type the email address or phone number that you use to log into Facebook into the "Login email address or mobile phone number" field near the top of the page.
    • This needs to be an email address or phone number to which you currently have access.
  5. Enter your name.Type the name you use on your Facebook account into the "Your full name" field.
    • This may be different than your legal name.
  6. Upload a picture of your ID.This can be a driver's license, a learner's permit, or a passport. To do so:
  7. Add details for your appeal.In the "Additional info" field near the bottom of the page, enter any extra information that you think Facebook should know. Some things to include are:
    • If your legal name is different than your Facebook name.
    • If you suspect that your account was hacked by someone.
    • If you have visual evidence that someone other than you is responsible for abusive or abrasive actions on your Facebook account.
    • If you have been harassed by someone whom you suspect is behind your account's behavior that led to it being disabled.
  8. Click .It's in the bottom-right side of the form. Your appeal will be sent to Facebook. If they decide to revoke the deactivation, they will send you a message letting you know that your account is now available to access.

Community Q&A

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  • Question
    Can I recover my account without the email address?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Yes, if you've given your mobile number before your account was blocked or hacked.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I open a disabled Facebook account?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    You will have to reactivate it via the settings tab.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    What is the next step after I have my confirmation code?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I recover an account that I accidently deleted. I don't remember the password.
    Mohammed Kamal
    Community Answer
    You can reset it by going to the official Facebook page and click on " forgot password" then follow steps to restore it.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How can I reactivate my Facebook account that I disabled by accident?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    If the email is sent to you, just log in, and then boom! Your Facebook account should reactivate.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I restore a Facebook deactivated by a hacker?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    If your account has been deactivated for less than a month, you can restore it just by logging in.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I recover my disabled Facebook account?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Read the article again. There are methods provided to help you recover it.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I recover my account if I have forgotten the password?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    You can reset your password by going to the official Facebook page. Click on "forgot password" and follow the instructions.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I know if my appeal to Facebook about my disabled account was received?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    They may send you an email notification.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    I am trying to have my account reactivated but the phone number I used to create the account and email address is being rejected by Facebook as invalid. What can I do now?
    Mohammed Kamal
    Community Answer
    You must make sure to type the number correctly, and put the country code too.
    Thanks!
Unanswered Questions
  • How can I get back my disabled id?
  • My account was disabled one month, for more than ten times I have been submitting an appeal form, but I have never received any positive response. Why is it that facebook isn't working on my appeal?
  • How can I get my account Facebook that disable by Facebook? One more thing I forget my password.
  • What can I do if Facebook said they will send information about my account to my email, but that email is no longer in use?
  • Let me know that could I get back my temporarily locked account or not? If yes after how many days?
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  • If you deactivate your Facebook account and don't set a recovery date, it can technically remain disabled indefinitely until you log back in.
  • If you're having trouble accessing an account because you don't remember the password, you can reset the password.

Warnings

  • There is no guaranteed way to get back an account that was disabled by Facebook. The best you can do is submit an appeal, which only guarantees that Facebook will review your account.

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Shuna Barkley

Feb 8, 2019

"My Facebook page was disabled for reasons unknown to me, without a warning. I needed step-by-step instructions onhow to recover my original page."

Anonymous

Jan 10

"Thank you so much. Finally recovered my account that I clicked to delete. Thank you so much for help."

Peeter Hocks Anderson

Sep 24, 2019

"My Facebook account is disabled, so I want to recover and enable it again."

Mohammed Kamal

Jan 7, 2019

"Sending an appeal has helped me return back my account, so thank you."

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Jun 29, 2019

"I know how to recover my disabled Facebook account, thanks."

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