A simple way to test this is to visit MySpace.com in each browser and go to the login form. See if your browser automatically fills the form in or asks if you want to use an existing login. If so, you should be able to get access to your MySpace profile as long as the password hasn’t been changed since the last login.
How can I recover my Myspace account without email and password?
If you forgot the email address you used to sign up with Myspace, you can use your Username to log into your account. You will be required to enter your password. If you don’t remember your password, try Forgot Password. This will send an email to the email address we have on file for the Username you entered.
Can I recover my old Myspace account?
Unfortunately, if you cannot locate your old profile we will be unable to assist with retrieval since the old Myspace was never transferred to the new Myspace. Friends are now referred to as connections. You can visit connections to see who you have connected to and who has connected to you.
How do I find my old Myspace profile?
- How to locate your old Myspace profile.
- It’s easy.
- Look for myspace.com and then input your name in their search bar.
- Hey, presto.
- You’ve found your old profile.
- To access any public.
- You do not need to remember.
Does my Myspace still exist?
Remember guys, if you wanna visit Myspace, some of the neon burned out, so you have to type ″Mys ac .com” now. Short answer: There’s still a Web site called “Myspace,” but it does almost none of the things that it did when you last used it, c. 2008.
Can I still access my Myspace account?
Your Myspace profile from the Classic site is still here. Here is a collection of articles about logging in, signing up, and activating your profile.
How can I recover my MySpace pictures?
So, how do you go back to this magical pre-Trumpian utopia?
- Go to Myspace and sign in. …
- On a desktop computer, click on the “Mixes” link. …
- On the “Mixes” page, click on “Classic — My Photos” and relive all of your former glory.