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How to recover disabled facebook account

If your account is disabled, you won't be able to log in. Please keep in mind that there are many reasons why an account might be disabled, and we handle each of these cases differently.
My Account's Disabled
How do I know whether my Facebook account has been disabled?
If your Facebook account has been disabled, you'll see a message saying that your account is disabled when you try to log in. If you don't see a disabled message when you try to log in, you might be having a different login problem.

Why is my account disabled?
We disable Facebook accounts that might not follow the Facebook Terms. Some examples include:

Posting content that doesn't follow the Facebook Terms.

Using a fake name.

Impersonating someone.

Continuing behaviour that's not allowed on Facebook and goes against our Community Standards.

Contacting other people for the purpose of harassment, advertising, promoting or other conduct that's not allowed.
What can I do if my account has been disabled?
If you think that your account was disabled by mistake, please use this form to request a review.
Bear in mind that, in some cases, we may not issue a warning before disabling your account. We also can't restore accounts that were disabled for severe violations. Learn more about how we define severe violations from the Facebook Community Standards.
My Friend or Child's Account is Disabled
If your friend's account is disabled, they'll need to submit an appeal using the email address that was connected to their Facebook account.
Please bear in mind that we can't release information about an account to anyone but the account holder, and we won't take action on any appeals sent in on behalf of friends.
Learn more about what we allow on Facebook in our Facebook Community Standards.
Your child can submit an appeal using the email address that was connected to their Facebook account. Note that because Facebook members aged 13 and over are considered authorised account holders, we can't give you information about the account or take any action on the account at your request.
Learn more about what we allow on Facebook in our Community Standards.

Find friends, watch live videos, play games & save photos in your social network

Keeping up with friends is faster and easier than ever. Share updates and photos, engage with friends and Pages, and stay connected to communities important to you. 

Features on the Facebook app include:

* Connect with friends and family and meet new people on your social media network
* Set status updates & use Facebook emoji to help relay what’s going on in your world
* Share photos, videos, and your favorite memories.
* Get notifications when friends like and comment on your posts
* Find local social events, and make plans to meet up with friends
* Play games with any of your Facebook friends
* Backup photos by saving them in albums
* Follow your favorite artists, websites, and companies to get their latest news
* Look up local businesses to see reviews, operation hours, and pictures
* Buy and sell locally on Facebook Marketplace
* Watch live videos on the go

The Facebook app does more than help you stay connected with your friends and interests. It's also your personal organizer for storing, saving and sharing photos. It's easy to share photos straight from your Android camera, and you have full control over your photos and privacy settings. You can choose when to keep individual photos private or even set up a secret photo album to control who sees it.

Facebook also helps you keep up with the latest news and current events around the world. Subscribe to your favorite celebrities, brands, news sources, artists, or sports teams to follow their newsfeeds, watch live streaming videos and be caught up on the latest happenings no matter where you are!

The most important desktop features of Facebook are also available on the app, such as writing on timelines, liking photos, browsing for people, and editing your profile and groups.

Did Facebook disable your personal account for no reason? As long as you didn't violate Facebook's community policies, you can easily submit an appeal to recover your disabled account. Once you provide your name, proof of identity, and an explanation through the form, Facebook will decide whether they'll restore your account. We'll show you how to ask Facebook to review and reactivate your account, and how you can restore an account that you deactivated yourself.

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