If you’ve ever had a Facebook account on a laptop or smartphone, you know how easy it can be to accidentally change your password.
The social network has an app for Windows and Mac users called Facebook Login, but it’s not available on Android or iOS devices.
But if you’ve got an Android phone, there’s a Chrome extension that lets you reset your password and change it to something else.
Read more The extension is called Facebook Password Reset.
It’s a simple Chrome extension for Android, but there are a few caveats to this app.
First of all, you’ll need a Facebook ID that you can access from Chrome and not from your phone.
You’ll also need to have a Chrome browser extension installed on your phone so that you don’t get locked out of the app.
If you don (or don’t) have an Android app, you can install the Chrome extension using Google Play:If you haven’t yet installed the extension, you will need to download it from Google Play.
Once you have it, head over to the Chrome website and click the Download Link button to download the extension.
Then open the Chrome app, select Extensions, then tap on Facebook Login.
You should see the option to install Facebook Password reset.
You’ll need to open the Facebook Login extension on your Android device in order to reset your Facebook account.
Click the button to the left of the Facebook login link and then select Settings from the menu at the bottom.
Under General, select Reset your Facebook passwords.
When you’re done, you should see a page that says Reset Facebook password.
Click Save Changes and you’ll be taken to a page where you can choose a new password for your account.
Once the password has been set, you may delete it and then try again.
If you’re unsure whether you want to delete your password or not, you might want to check your Facebook login account settings before doing this.
You can change the Facebook password for Android and Chrome users using the same app or extension.
Facebook Password Reset has been available on Chrome for about six months and is available on both the Windows and Android versions.
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