How To Bypass Device Verification For Gmail Account | Lost Device Email Recovery

This guide is intended to help people who may have lost access to their device and need to log in to their Gmail account. Please note that this information is provided in good faith and should not be used for any illegal activities. We will not be held responsible for any misuse of this information.

I lost my phone and couldn't log in to my email account from my desktop due to device verification. I managed to access my email account by bypassing the device verification.

Have you ever noticed that login forms often ask us to mark our device as trusted? This means that the system saves various details such as the device fingerprint, IP address, browser and version, operating system and version, location data (if enabled), device model, and the time and date of device trust establishment. However, we can usually bypass this requirement by entering the same information directly into the browser.

Understanding the concept

Start the process by clearing cookies associated with the specific page you’re attempting to bypass.

Once you clean the cookies of your browser, then customize your device specification by clicking on the settings icon located at the top of the page.

Next, navigate to ‘Devices’ settings.

Select the option to add a custom device. Configure this device with identical specifications to the one currently logged into the email account. Include details such as Device Name, Width, Height, Device Pixel Ratio, User Agent String, Device Touch Capability, User Agent (Sec-CH-UA) Brand & Significant Version, Full Version List (Sec-CH-UA-Full-Version-List) Brand & Significant Version, Full Browser Version (Sec-CH-UA-Full-Browser-Version), Platform & Platform Version, Architecture, and Device Model. Save the configured settings.

EXAMPLE (My Configuration)

Device Name: “iPhone 13 Pro Max Custom”

Width: 1284 pixels / 400

Height: 2778 pixels / 800

Device Pixel Ratio: 3.0

User Agent String: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 15_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/605.1.15 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/15.0 Mobile/15E148 Safari/604.1

Device Touch Capability: Mobile — true

User Agent (Sec-CH-UA) Brand & Significant Version: “Apple”;v=”15.0", “Not A;Brand”;v=”99"

Full Version List (Sec-CH-UA-Full-Version-List) Brand & Significant Version: “Apple”;v=”", “Not A;Brand”;v=”"

Full Browser Version (Sec-CH-UA-Full-Browser-Version): Safari/15.0

Platform & Platform Version: iOS 15.0

Architecture: arm64

Device Model: iPhone14,2

Proceed to choose the newly configured device from the Dimensions menu. Afterward, clear the cookies once again and attempt to log in using the modified device settings.

For more success, consider the use of a proxy from the same data center as the target IP where the email is currently logged in. This can surely improve the likelihood of a successful bypass.

Additionally, if the above measures do not provide the desired outcome, explore the option of using custom ‘Locations’ settings. To do this, go to location settings and add a custom location.

Enter details such as a custom location name, Latitude, Longitude, Timezone ID, and Locale, ensuring they align with the geographical data of the target device where the email is logged.

EXAMPLE (My Configuration)

Custom Location Name: “New York City Office”

Latitude: 40.7128

Longitude: -74.0060

Timezone ID: America/New_York

Locale: en_US

Finally, clear the cookies once more and attempt to log in again, incorporating the newly added custom location settings. This comprehensive approach provides you with multiple strategies to overcome login restrictions on various sites.

Credit:I would like to give credit to XIT for providing this information.