Reactivate your account.

You can learn how to reactivate a Facebook account.As long as you log back into your account, you can reactivation a self-deactivated Facebook account.If you deleted your account, it can’t be recovered.You can try to get your account back if you submit an appeal, but there isn’t much you can do.

Step 1: Go to Facebook.

The Facebook app icon looks like a white “f” on a dark-blue background.

Step 2: Your email address will be entered.

You can type in the email address you use to log into Facebook by using the “Email address or phone number” text box.If you added your phone number to your Facebook account, you can enter it here.

Step 3: You have to enter a password.

You can type in the password that you use to log into Facebook by tapping the “Password” text box.You need to reset your password if you don’t remember it.

Step 4: Log in with your finger.

There is a button at the bottom of the page.You’ll be able to tap here on the phone.

Step 5: Wait for your News Feed to open.

If you entered your email address and password correctly, you should be able to log in to your account.The account is no longer inactive.If you can’t log into Facebook while using the correct credentials, you’ll lose your account.If you can get your account back, try to submit an appeal.

Step 6: You can open Facebook.

You can go to Facebook in your browser.

Step 7: You can enter your email address.

You can type the email address you use to log into Facebook in the “Email or Phone” text box.If you added your phone number to your Facebook account, you can enter it here.

Step 8: You have to type in your password.

The “Password” text box should be used.You need to reset your password if you don’t remember it.

Step 9: Click here to log in.

There is a button to the right of the login section.

Step 10: Wait for the News Feed to open.

If you entered your email address and password correctly, you should be able to log in to your account.The account is no longer inactive.If you can’t log into Facebook while using the correct credentials, you’ll lose your account.If you can get your account back, try to submit an appeal.

Step 11: You can open the “My Personal Account was Disabled” page.

You can go to the Facebook page for help in your browser.You can request that Facebook reactivate your account with this form.There is no guarantee that Facebook will respond to your appeal.It may not be possible for you to reactivate the account because of the actions you took.

Step 12: Your email or phone number will be entered.

The “Login email address or mobile phone number” text box can be found near the top of the page.

Step 13: You should add your name.

The full name that appears on your Facebook account should be typed in.Depending on your settings on Facebook, the name that you enter may be different from your legal name.

Step 14: Identification can be uploaded.

Click the grey button below the “Your ID(s)” heading to select photos of the front and back of your ID.If you don’t have photos of your ID on your computer, you’ll have to use a computer’s webcams to take pictures, or transfer them from a camera or phone to the computer.Drivers licenses, passports, state ID, and school ID are included in IDs.

Step 15: Any necessary details should be added.

You can enter information in the “Additional info” text box to help Facebook decide to reactivate your account.You have the chance to explain any circumstances leading up to the deactivation.If your account was hacked, this is a good place to mention it.

Step 16: Click Send.

There is a button at the bottom of the page.If Facebook decides to do so, you can expect your account to be reactivated within two weeks.