Pokemon Go Account password reset not working

Forgot your Pokémon Go password? How to reset it!

Pokemon Go is a unique service run by fans and forum members of the enthusiastic Pokemon battling community. Although it is not an official company or service, recovering a forgotten Pokémon Go password can be more difficult than you expect. There is no automatic reset process, and you will need to verify account ownership and reset your password on the back-end. There is a huge backlog of those requests.

How to reset Pokemon password?

If you use the Pokémon Trainer Club (PTC) for your Pokémon Go account, you will need to change your club account: Go to https://www.not-working.co/pokemon-go-account-password-reset Complete the form to reset your password. When you receive the email, click on the included link and complete the password change request.

The standard way to reset your Pokémon Showdown password

At this time, the only way to reset a forgotten Pokémon Showdown password is through the administrators on their Smogon forum. First, head over to the Names, Passwords, Rooms, and Servers forum thread, which describes their policies. Unfortunately, the clearest message is that there is a large backlog of requests and users trying to speed up account management will see their requests denied.

Tips for Pokemon Showdown Admins to Reset Your Password

  • Have a public room authentication with "Voice" or higher

  • Smogon Badge Holder

  • Use the private account reset thread.

  • Room authentications without credentials

  • PM Teclis or DaWablefet for assistance

There is a known backlog of password and account requests right now in the Pokémon Showdown community, so don't expect a response right away.


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