https // verify sign in : Google Account Verify it’s you

https // verify sign in :

To help protect your account, you may need to prove it’s you when you sign in or try to complete sensitive actions like:

  • Change your password.
  • View saved passwords.
  • Turn on 2-Step Verification.
  • Download your data.

For YouTube channel owners, you may be asked to verify it’s you when you perform certain actions within YouTube Studio.

Google Workspace

Use your phone or security key

To prove it’s you, have a phone or security key available that’s been registered to your account for at least 7 days. You can use:

  • The phone with the recovery phone number for your account.
  • A phone that’s signed in to your Google Account.
  • A security key that’s been added to your Google Account. This option is only available if you’ve turned on 2-Step Verification.
Tip: If you have a Google Account through work, you may be asked to verify it’s you with your corporate device.

If you’re asked to verify it’s you, follow the steps below. Have your phone nearby, and if possible, make sure it’s connected to the internet.

  1. On the “Verify it’s you” screen, complete the task or select More ways to verify. You’ll have some or all of these options:
    • Get a prompt sent to your phone
    • Get a verification code by text
    • Get a security code on your Android device
    • Use your screen lock or fingerprint on your Android device
    • Use a security key that’s been added to your Google Account
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions and use your phone when prompted.

Why you might get this step

This extra step helps protect your account. If someone finds out your username and password, this step helps stop them from taking certain sensitive actions in your account.

Your Android device is offline

If your Android phone isn’t connected to the internet, you can still use it to verify it’s you.

  1. On the Google sign-in page, enter your username and password.
  2. If you get the “Verify it’s you” screen, tap More ways to verify and then Get a security code on your Android phone.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions.

If you don’t get a prompt within a few minutes:

  1. Make sure your phone is connected to the internet. To get prompts, you need Wi-Fi or mobile data turned on.
  2. Confirm that you’re signed in to your account on your phone.
  3. Go to the sign-in screen and tap Resend.

If you don’t get a text within a few minutes:

  1. Make sure the phone number you have is right.
  2. Make sure you have a strong network signal or that the phone is connected to Wi-Fi.
  3. Go to the sign-in screen and select Resend.
  4. If you still don’t get a text, select More ways to verify and then Use your phone or tablet to get a security code (even if it’s offline).
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions.

To protect your account, you may be blocked from some sensitive actions when at least one of the following items hasn’t been associated with your Google Account for at least 7 days:

  • Phone
  • Phone number
  • Security key

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