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Facebook 1:  In circumstances, where you can’t recall the Facebook password as well as that of the email, there is no reason to panic. The fact is, I too had been in a similar situation but somehow managed to pull through.
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There are some proven ways by which you can recover the account. To do so, you can answer a few security questions, seek the help of friends or make use of an alternate email address listed on Facebook.

Under the circumstances, you are not required to reset the Facebook password. On the contrary, you are required to do something else.
Open the Facebook login page and click- forgot your account or can’t login link.
To identify the account, you have to fill in the form.
On the next page, select I forgot my account.
Take a closer look at the list of email address that shows up. As you don’t have access to any of these, click- no longer have access to these.
Make sure to follow the instructions, wherein you may have to answer the security question or you might have to get help from friends.


On following the steps, you will finally get an opportunity to recover the account. If possible, make sure to change the password from the Facebook account settings section.

Do you have more than one email account? If not, you’ll probably have to set up a Gmail account to accomplish the following.


Read also:Alternative Method 2 - How to login to Facebook without Email

Use a trusted FB friend/contact to help. If you're locked out of your account, you can set up trusted contacts who can help you regain access to your account. To request help from your trusted contacts:

Click “Forgot your password?” on the login page.
If prompted, find your account by entering your email, phone, username or full name and click “Search.”
Look at the list of email addresses listed on your account. If you don't have access to any of these (which you apparently don’t), click “No longer have access to these?”
Enter a new email address or phone that you know you can access and click “Continue.”
Click “Reveal My Trusted Contacts” and type the full name of one of your trusted contacts.
You'll see a set of instructions that includes a URL. The URL contains a special security code that only your trusted contact can access. Call your friend and give him/her the URL so that they can open the link and give the security code to you.
Use the security code from your trusted contact to access your account.
Make sure you let your trusted friend know to expect the email/security code, and to “shred delete” the email as soon as they give you the security code, because if they don’t and your Facebook account was hacked, the hacker could also have access to your email account.

If none of this works, here is FB’s official “help” page on recovery: Log Into Your Account
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