If you are locked out of MySpace because you lost your MySpace password, you can reset it by using this form. Just enter your email address in that form and your password will be sent to you. Once you have your new password, it is a good idea to login to MySpace and change your password.
How do I unlock my old Myspace account?
Search for myspace.com and then enter your name into their search bar and voila, there’s your old profile. You do not need to know your old password or create a new password to access any “public” accounts. From here, you can search through your old photos, music, videos, “connections”, events and “mixes”.
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 you still access Myspace?
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.
Can I view my 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.
How can I recover my myspace pictures?
As long as your profile is synced to your classic Myspace account, your photos and albums will be transferred automatically. If there are albums/photos with holding space for images, but the images do not load, that means the photos are no longer located on Myspace servers, and you can’t recover photos in Myspace.
Does Myspace delete your account?
When you delete your MySpace account, the entire account is removed, information is deleted, and any content hosted by your page is no longer available. You will be unable to log back in and reactivation is not an option.