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How to Sign in to your Facebook Using Code Generator | 2021

You may have attempted to enter your Facebook account from another device, but you are unable to do so without a confirmation or reset code. Facebook may have requested that you enter the 6-digit number generated by your Code Generator or a third-party app. If you don’t know where to look for this 6-digit number or how to enter it to access your Facebook, this tutorial is for you. In this guide, we will show you how to sign in to your Facebook using Code Generator, and where you can find this Code Generator and how you can find it.

What is Code Generator?

Code Generator is a Facebook security feature that is used in conjunction with two-factor authentication. When you enable it, your phone will produce a unique security code that you may use to confirm your identity when logging in from a new device or browser. Security codes generated by Code Generator for two-factor authentication are always six digits long and expire after 30 or 60 seconds, depending on the mobile device.

If you don’t have access to text messaging (SMS) or an Internet connection, Code Generator will operate on your mobile device. You may also use it to reset your password if you ever need to.

How Does Two-Factor Authentication Work?

Two-factor authentication, in practice, adds a step to the sign-in process for websites and services. After entering your username and password correctly, you will be requested to enter a code (or otherwise confirm your second authentication factor). If you do not enter this correctly, you will be unable to log in.

Most services enable you to click an option labeled Don’t require codes in this browser or something similar to help the procedure go more smoothly. This allows you to skip 2FA on future visits while still needing it anywhere else. As long as you maintain them physically safe, doing so is handy for devices that you use frequently.

Sign in to your Facebook using Code Generator

Code Generator is a simple method to get two-factor authentication codes without providing a mobile number. When you’re traveling or don’t have mobile reception, this utility will come in useful. The Facebook app for iOS and Android has a Code Generator. Follow the steps below to access Facebook Code Generator on Android or iOS:

Step 1. To log in to Facebook with Code Generator, Open the Facebook app on your Android or iOS device.

Open Facebook app on iOS or Android
Facebook App

Step 2. When opened, tap on the hamburger icon in the top right of your screen.

tap on the hamburger icon
tap on the hamburger icon

Step 3. Now scroll down, and tap on “Settings & Privacy” to expand it.

Settings & Privacy
Settings & Privacy

Step 4. Now from the listed options, find and select “Code Generator”.

Tap on Code Generator on Facebook app
Code Generator

Step 5. Here you’ll see the tool run through new security codes every 30 or 60 seconds.

The Generated code
The generated code

Step 6. Now, you can use that code to log in to your Facebook from another unidentified device.

Sign in to your Facebook using Code Generator
Enter the generated code

Fix: If the code you put gives you an error or doesn’t work, go back to the Code Generator on your Facebook app, and click on “My code doesn’t work”. A pop-up will show up and asks you to put your code again or reset it, click on ” Reset” to get a new code.

My code doesn't work
My code doesn’t work

Can’t access Code Generator to log in to Facebook?

When you’ve made your phone the key to your Facebook account, losing it might be a problem. If you lose access to the Code Generator, here’s what you can do.

1. Go for a text confirmation code

If you have access to the mobile phone number you specified in the two-factor authentication process, then let Facebook text you a confirmation code in such an instance.

To do so, click Need another way to authenticate? from the page that asks for the login code. Then choose to Text me a login code and wait for the text.

Need another way to authenticate
Need another way to authenticate

2. Find the recovery codes

You had the option to store a set of recovery codes as a backup after enabling two-factor authentication. You can use one of these codes to access Facebook from a different device or location.

Recovery Codes
Recovery Codes

4. Go for an identity confirmation

You can also make a Facebook request. Select Get More Help from the menu that appears when you select Need another way to authenticate, and Facebook will guide you through the steps to restore your account.

Get More Help
Get More Help

You must provide an email address and upload a copy of your ID, which can be a passport, driver’s license, national ID card, or any other legal papers.

Confirm your identity
Confirm your identity

After you have given the necessary information, Facebook will send you an email with additional account recovery instructions.

Final Words

Here, we showed you how you can sign in to your Facebook using Code Generator from the Facebook app on iOS and Android devices. Also, We’ve seen how two-factor authentication is a simple method to safeguard your accounts with more than just a password. Take the time to set it up now, and you’ll be able to rest easy knowing your accounts are secure on several levels. We hope you find this article useful, and if you encounter any questions, please ask in the comments below.

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5 thoughts on “How to Sign in to your Facebook Using Code Generator | 2021”

  1. BS! I can’t even open my FB app on my phone because it won’t recognize my password. No way can I scroll down to an icon that I can’t get into the app for! I also can’t log into FB on my PC because it keeps asking for an auto code through 2 step. NO WAY TO GET TO THE TWO STEP AUTH! I’ve been at this for THREE DAYS!!!!!!!!

  2. My POS phone factory reset itself. I set it all back up using the same email etc. When I go to login to Facebook or messenger using the passwords saved in my Google account, it ask for this code crap. I know the password is correct because I’ve had this same FB for about 11 years. I go ahead to reset my PW only to be told my form of identity wasn’t accepted. I can’t get a password reset email until I get this code & I no longer have the number they are showing. And it’s also been updated here recently. This is ridiculous.

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