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Is there anyway to bypass SMS verification when creating YT accounts?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by killidentity, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. killidentity

    killidentity Newbie

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    Youtube and Gmail require a SMS text message verification to create accounts, im trying to create a few accounts so im just wondering if anyone found a way around this?
     
  2. hardk

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    buy lots of sim card?
     
  3. suave

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    lol I just got the same thing
    sucks
    Suave
     
  4. thedmtic

    thedmtic BANNED BANNED

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    no there is no way to bybass that
     
  5. gogetta

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    I haven't created accounts for a while... Doesn't the verification only pop up when you keep creating accounts from the same IP?

    So if I create my accounts from different proxies I wouldn't get this message? I'm only asking because i was getting ready to create a YT account creator.

    Thanks
     
  6. safaristyle

    safaristyle Regular Member

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    I tried with private proxies from Packetflip but that SMS shit always pop up
     
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  7. july23

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    me neither have tried it, but no luck. . I'm thinking of providing YT PVA.
     
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    note ive used dheers service and it worked great for me
     
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  10. DF200

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    I too am having problems with it.. It worked fine for about 10 gmails spread out over about a week, but now any of the 25 of packetflip's IPs I use require sms verification.
     
  11. onizuka

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    I am having the same issue. Did youtube recently change something? I was going along fine, spacing out accounts but today needed more but I get the verification bit every single time.
     
  12. noermanto

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    I have figured this when creating a new email account for myself, and it turn up an sms verification.

    Here steps I take to instantly create a new youtube and also gmail account.
    1. register new email using ymail.com or yahoo.com
    -> result you have username@ymail.com

    2. after owning the ymail account , open youtube and register using ymail account. You will be owning a google account right now, and you can enter google account manager (or whatsoever since i forgot the name). From there you can register any of google account such as gmail, adsense etc.

    Please say thanks since I have figured this one.
     
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  13. DinkaDanka

    DinkaDanka Registered Member

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    It doesn't work for me now :(

    Any other ideas ?
     
  14. monochromedome

    monochromedome Newbie

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    jJust sign up for a youtube account by going to m.youtube.com! it works! You can do this as many times as you want! :D
     
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  15. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Well just buy youtube accounts? There are many sellers in BHW. Please let me know which one you think is best by PM.

    By the way, are you sure the above method works everytime.
     
  16. ortogonk

    ortogonk Registered Member

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    I recommend buying from teguh123, I buy 1K/week from him. with fast delivery.
     
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  17. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Just want to confirm that monochromedome's method does work. Boy..... Thanks monochromedome. Another easier way to make youtube accounts.

    That being said, thanks a lot orthogonk :D
     
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  18. Surgeon

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    It does not work anymore...since we used the bot of Youtube Account Creator, google has disabled registering accounts from m.youtube.com

    Also, youtube has disabled most of the accounts created recently this way...

    Too bad...good while it lasted though...
     
  19. Salad170

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    Actually, it wasn't even good while it lasted. Some people spent the whole day making accounts just to see them banned... *Cough*me*cough* :(
     
  20. Frost Byte

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    Damn, that was quick. :(

    That's a problem, whoever discovers these things should be using multiple IP's. Therefore releasing it to the public is not an option apparently.