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    Disaposable phone numbers for SMS verification?

    Most of these free disposable sms services are already used on gmail. Nearly all numbers you try are already used and outputs an error on registration.
    Does anyone know of better services of disposable phone numbers? Most popular one I know is receive-sms-online.com .

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    I have tried many of these services, and I can safely tell you there is no free solution. You can either pay to get a private virtual number, or for prepaid SIMs to be used on a burner phone (you can create up to 5 Google accounts per number).

    Interestingly, blocked numbers do work for receiving confirmation codes of accounts locked due to suspicious activity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Razor View Post
    Most of these free disposable sms services are already used on gmail. Nearly all numbers you try are already used and outputs an error on registration.
    Does anyone know of better services of disposable phone numbers? Most popular one I know is receive-sms-online.com .

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    You can create a Android VM on a Virtual Box or use a Android phone to register email accounts on Gmail. I personally created more than 90+ accounts with a VPN. Or you can use Chrome and skip the mobile verification while entering a trash mail address for verification.
    VPN is very important if you don't want to be tracked. Also clear your history (everything even ssl certificates if your connection faces a problem, you can get a new one!)

    As for verifying other services you'll need to buy one. FYI some free services act out well enough only to ask you to go premium to access your content.

    Hope this helps you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud99 View Post
    Or you can use Chrome and skip the mobile verification while entering a trash mail address for verification.
    This method used to work, but not anymore. You always get the SMS verification prompt no matter which browser or alternate e-mail you use. Unless running Chrome in Android is the key, I haven't tried that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    This method used to work, but not anymore. You always get the SMS verification prompt no matter which browser or alternate e-mail you use. Unless running Chrome in Android is the key, I haven't tried that.
    I've made one recently with chrome. I will make another and share the video here!
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    Nice, looking forward to it. Just for reference, I posted these notes in the member section seven years ago, and several comments from others confirmed there was a random element involved. Of course, saying 2010 on the Internet is like 1980 in real life.

    Quote Originally Posted by anon
    Try to register with these details using Google Chrome (and Google Chrome only, not Iron or another fork):

    • First name: a realistic-looking one (e.g. "John")
    • Last name: a realistic-looking one (e.g. "Smith")
    • Desired Login Name: (self-explanatory)
    • Choose a password: (same)
    • Re-enter password: (same)
    • Stay signed in: checked
    • Enable Web History: checked
    • Security Question: Write my own question
    • Answer: any
    • Recovery email: a realistic-looking one from another provider (e.g. "johnsmith87@hotmail.com")
    • Location: your country, or at least the one your IP can be traced to
    • Birthday: wasn't even asked for this, just enter any one in mm/dd/yyyy format (e.g. 07/16/1981)
    • Word Verification: (self-explanatory, enter the captcha you see below this)


    I just created an account without the stupid SMS confirmation that way... are the days of FastMail-ing gone?

    Edit: please read the following quote.
    Quote Originally Posted by anon
    So, after a little more "research", I found out I was merely being lucky on my first attempts. I have arrived to these conclusions:
    • SMS confirmation is caused by a (semi-random?) trigger for the presence/absence of something Google checks for when you submit the form. It's really weird - you can register using your real personal details and get the dreaded screen, and use "asdfasdf asdfasdf" as your full name and evade it in your first attempt.
    • which browser you use doesn't matter. You have equal chances of "qualifying" for confirmation using Chrome, Opera or IE. Didn't test Firefox nor Safari.
    • IP changing between (failed) attempts isn't necessary, and using proxies doesn't seem to influence the outcome. Clearing your Google cookies can help, however - or you can do the whole procedure inside incognito/InPrivate/whatever mode, and close and reopen the private tab if you fail.
    Long story short, if you get the SMS confirmation screen, clear your cookies and try again, always using realistic details. Eventually, you'll manage to create an account. When you finally make it, you can edit/delete your fake names, security question and alternate e-mail, as well as disable Web History, via the account's settings.
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    I wanted to register a google voice account but seem like i'm unable to.. Any pointers on that one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Nice, looking forward to it.
    Not sure why but I can't remake one!

    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    there was a random element involved
    This is true. I used an android user-agent + US VPN (HOXX) and it work.

    I made one four days back. Proof image of address and welcoming mail below.
    email.jpg
    Proof of no number required to verify the account!
    number.jpg
    Last edited by cloud99; 23.05.17 at 09:06. Reason: Added Images in correct position!
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