Yeah you heard that right now you can access your Facebook account with three passwords . This is interesting as all the online accounts allows to access our account with only one password .Out of the three passwords one is your main password and the other two passwords can be constructed by toggling the case of characters from your main ( original password ) .I guess most of the Facebook users doesn’t even know about it .
Let me explain about this concept before that note that this option works for mobile users i mean for those users who access or have accessed their account from their mobile .
.Your Original/Main Password
Here i will explain by taking an example .Lets us assume that your main i.e original password with which you currently log in into Facebook account is ” facebookPass ” (Note: P is in uppercase ) .
.Your New Password with Case Toggled
Toggling the case means all the UPPERCASE characters are converted into lowercase and vice-versa .Like in the above main passwords except P every other character is in lower case . BY toggling case P will be converted in lowercase and other characters will be in Uppercase .You new password would become FACEBOOKpASS . Useful for those users who have their password in lowercase as if you have accidentally enabled CAPS Lock on the keyboard , the password would be toggled automatically and would still work on Facebook .
Now if you log in with your new password as specified above Facebook will surely accept your password .Try it !
.Your New Password With the First Letter Capitalized
If the first letter of your main password is in lowercase just change that first letter to Uppercase and you will be surprised to know that Facebook will again accept your password .Isn’t that cool ! Now according to the above example if we change the first letter of the password (facebookPass) to FacebookPass facebook will accept it . So your new password becomes
So these were the new passwords which you can build yourself .One thing to remind all of you is that these new passwords will work only for mobile users i.e those users who have accessed their respective FB account via mobile in past .
According to Facebook :-
We accept three forms of the user’s password to help overcome the most common reasons that authentic logins are rejected. In addition to the original password, we also accept the password if a user inadvertently has caps lock enabled or their mobile device automatically capitalizes the first character of the password.
So it is clear that these variation in facebook passwords has been officially announced .Facebook Passwords are not case sensitive .
Mobile users can access their account by adding their Mobile number in to the
Users can also access their Facebook account using their username by adding the username into the Email section .So instead of adding the Email you can enter your username and Facebook will allow you to access your account .
e.g - You can check your username from your profile link . https://www.facebook.com/username .
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