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Checking/changing your password toggle
Unfortunately, there is no way to directly check your registered password.

If you forgot your password, follow the steps below to change it.
Note: Be sure to write your new password down so you don’t forget it.

1. Tap the Home tab > Settings > Account.
2. Tap Password.
Note: If you're asked to unlock the screen, use the unlock method you have configured on your device, such as your passcode, PIN code, or biometric identification (e.g. fingerprint, face). Do not use the password registered to your LINE account.
3. Enter your new password twice, then tap Change password.

If you're viewing this article on your smartphone, tap here to go to the Account screen.

If you can’t remember your password and don't have access to your old device when transferring your LINE account, see this Help article.

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Unsending messages toggle
You can unsend a message within 24 hours of sending it. This removes the message so that it can no longer be seen by anyone in the chat where it was sent, even after it has been read. To unsend a message, just tap and hold it, then select Unsend.

Important: 
- Even if you unsend a message, everyone in the chat will still be able to see a notification saying that you unsent it.
- Anything (e.g. text messages, photos) deleted in a chat room cannot be unsent.
- We will not be able to recover or unsend anything deleted from a chat room.

You can unsend text messages, stickers, photos, videos, voice messages, songs shared from LINE MUSIC, URLs, contact information, location information, and files.
Note: This feature cannot be used for call histories from LINE version 9.17.0 and later for Android.

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Registering an email address toggle
Registering an email address to your LINE account makes it possible for you to reset your password in the case that you forget it. 

To register an email address: 
1. Go to the Home tab > Settings > Account > Email address.
2. Enter an email address, then tap Next.
3. Enter the verification code or tap the URL in the email that was sent to you.

Tap here to open the Account screen from your smartphone.

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Logging in to LINE on your iPad or PC using your smartphone's unlock method toggle
See below for the steps to log in to LINE using your smartphone's unlock method.

When logging in to LINE with your smartphone's unlock method for the first time:
1. Start LINE for iPad or LINE for PC.
2. Enter the phone number registered to your LINE account and select Log in with smartphone.
3. Select Show verification code.
4. Start the smartphone version of LINE.
5. Select the Home tab > Settings > Account > Pair a new device.
6. Enter the six-digit verification code that appears on LINE for iPad or LINE for PC into your smartphone.
7. Use your smartphone's unlock method when prompted to do so.

When logging in after the first time:
1. Start LINE for iPad or LINE for PC.
2. Enter the phone number registered to your LINE account and select Log in with smartphone.
3. Start the smartphone version of LINE.
4. Use your smartphone's unlock method when prompted to do so.

"Login successful!" will appear when you're logged in. The LINE official account will also send a login notification message to you in the smartphone version of LINE.
Note: For details about the content of this notification, see this Help article.

For more information about your smartphone's unlock method, see this Help article.

For information on how to set up LINE so you can use your smartphone's unlock method for logging in, see this Help article.

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"This message can't be decrypted" appears and I can't see sent/received chat messages toggle
If you see any of the following messages after transferring your account on a smartphone, you may not be able to view past chat messages.

- "This message can't be decrypted"
- "This message wasn't backed up and restored from your previous device. Unfortunately, there's no way to read it on your current device."
- "Unable to display message as it couldn't be decrypted."

If any of these messages appear and you cannot view your past chat messages, there is unfortunately no way to re-display them. In this case, please ask the other person in the chat to send you any old messages that you need.

The messages above appear when:
• You transfer your account to a device with the same OS (e.g. iOS to iOS) without backing up and restoring your chat messages.
Note: To view old chat messages on a new device, you need to back them up in advance and restore them.
⋅You transfer your account to a device with a different OS (e.g. iOS to Android).
Note: If you transfer your account to a device with a different OS, you cannot transfer your past chat messages.
⋅You receive chat messages while transferring your account.
Note: Any chat messages you receive while transferring your account cannot be transferred to your new device.

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I'm not receiving the verification code text message toggle
If you don't receive the verification code via text message, first check to make sure your phone number can be used for verification.

If your phone number can be verified but you're still not receiving the verification code text message, try selecting Resend code or Call me instead.
Note: For more information about the Call me instead option, see this Help article.

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Using LINE for PC toggle
To use LINE for PC, you need to register an email address on the smartphone version of LINE. See this Help article for the steps to register an email address.

After registering an email address, download LINE for PC here.

Once you've downloaded LINE for PC, try logging in using the email address and password you registered on the smartphone version of LINE.

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About Call me instead toggle
Selecting Call me instead on the phone number verification code input screen lets you verify your phone number by receiving an automated phone call.

To use the Call me instead option: 
1. Tap Call me instead at the bottom of the verification code input screen.
2. Tap OK.
3. After receiving the automated phone call, enter the verification code you were given.
Note: The call may be from an overseas phone number.

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About Letter Sealing toggle
Letter Sealing is a feature that provides end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for chat messages. E2EE is a communication system designed so that messages saved on our servers are encrypted and cannot be read by anyone except the sender and receiver of the message.

Once the sender and receiver have both turned on Letter Sealing, they will be able to start sending messages with added security.

The following information will be encrypted:

• Text messages (not including messages sent through other services like YouTube)
• Location information
• 1-on-1 voice/video calls
Note: We plan to expand Letter Sealing’s functionality in the future.

If you use LINE for PC with Letter Sealing enabled on the smartphone version of LINE, you will be required to verify your identity the first time you send a message.

For information about verifying your identity to use Letter Sealing on LINE for PC, see this Help article.

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Phone numbers that cannot be verified toggle
You can only verify a phone number that can receive text messages or phone calls.

Landline phone numbers, numbers that start with 050, and virtual phone numbers cannot be used for verification, so be sure to use a phone number offered by a mobile service provider.
Note: If you verify a phone number that is already registered to another LINE account, the old account will be deleted.

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