If you don’t know your old MySpace email address, you can use the User Name and password that you signed up with to log in.
5 Ways to Access My Old MySpace Account Without an Email
It is not a secret that MySpace is dead. However, you may have an old account and you want to access it without using your email address. There are some ways that you can do this if the login information for your account has been saved in another location like Facebook or Gmail. If those options don’t apply to you, we will go through other methods!
1) Get help from a friend who still has an account
2) Use the MySpace password recovery tool
3) Try to find old passwords
4) Ask MySpace customer service
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You can try to find your old MySpace account with a search engine like Google. You should be able to use the username or email address that you used when signing up for MySpace, and it might just pop up in the search results! Keep trying different keywords if this doesn’t work right away.
If all else fails, create a new MySpace profile page from scratch by following these steps:
– Sign into Facebook with an existing MySpace account
– Click on “Create Profile” in the top left corner of any social media site (including Facebook)
– Choose “My Space” as your desired platform type at the bottom of the screen
– Fill out
To retrieve a MySpace account, go to the company’s Forgot Login page at (see link in Resources) and click on the “MySpace URL” radio button. Type in any letters or numbers from the security CAPTCHA code into the blank field and click at “Finish.”
In order to access an old MySpace account, you need only search for myspace.com and enter your name into the search bar. Once on this site, simply navigate to “Old MySpace” from the top navigation. From here you can view old photos in albums titled according to year, as well as various other data such as contacts or events that occurred during those years. You may also use their “Find Friends” tool located under “People” to find friends who have accounts still active today on MySpace or Facebook
Search for myspace.com, and enter your name into their search bar to find any old public account you created on Myspace.
You can access your old MySpace account without email by visiting the Myspace domain.
MySpace was purchased in February 2016 and re-released with various redesigns since then.