How to find your old Myspace profile. It’s simple. Look for myspace.com and then input your name in their search bar – hey presto, there you have it, your previous profile. To access any “public” accounts, you don’t need to know or create a new password.
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I logged into myspace after 10 years… *shocking*
Go to Myspace and sign in. … Click the “Mixes” link on a desktop computer. Click “Classic — My Photos” on the “Mixes” page to relive your past glory.
If you forgot your Myspace email address, go to Settings (gear symbol) and click Sign in with a different email. You’ll need to enter your password. If you can’t remember your password, try Forgot Password. This will send an email to the email address linked to the Username you supplied.
Your old MySpace photo albums have already been downloaded, as long as your current Myspace profile is linked to your classic account. nSelect the Mixes option from the drop-down menu under Your Profile on your profile page. Each album represents a mix. To modify and see additional pictures, click on each “Mix.”
According to MySpace, if you can’t locate your old photos or videos, it implies that your old data has not been synced to new MySpace. This indicates that your data is now lost. There’s no way to retrieve it. Additionally, your previous conversations with friends on MySpace from before June 2013 are gone.
Check the browser’s saved passwords. Access to your email account may be regained. MySpace login information should be reset.
If you forget your password, several email providers let you restore old email addresses if you provide the reset code. You can often obtain a reset code by answering security questions or using a linked phone number or other email address to receive one.