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How To Create Gmail Account Without Phone Number Verification

Discussion in 'Help, Niches & Tutorials' started by Abah Moses, Sep 22, 2018.

  1. Abah Moses

    Abah Moses Pro Member Vip Member

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    First thing is that you need android device or bluestacks software installed on your pc.

    Download bluestacks software on your pc and install it.

    Open the bluestacks software on your pc.After that go to in bluestacks settings and click on Google to create gmail account.

    Add a new google account. After that enter your details first name,last name,select email username,setup recovery email,enter captcha verification and boom you have created your gmail account successfully.

    Note that if you not setup recovery email then it will ask for phone number verification in 2-3 days. So i suggest you to add recovery email.

    Recovery email is used to recover your email account when you lost password.

    So,here is the easy way to create gmail account without phone number verification Another Way To Create Gmail Account Without Phone Verification Create gmail account without phone number verfication in easy way.

    Here is the another easy way to bypass the google mail phone verification. Just think that you are a kid and you are under 15.

    So google think that you don’t have mobile phone and it will not ask for phone number verification.

    Check the below image you will get an idea.

    First of all clear cookies,data,history of your browser. Open any browser enter the gmail.com address ,click on create new account.

    Enter your details name, username, password and birth date.Keep in mind you have to set your birth year 1998. Keep the mobile phone place empty, setup recovery email, accepts the terms and conditions.

    Cheers. you have successfuly create gmail account without phone number verfication.
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2018

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