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How to Move a Free Fire Account to Another Phones

In the Free Fire game, we can login using our social media accounts to games such as Facebook accounts, vk accounts and Google play accounts. In addition, we can also login using a guest account. The difference when you log in with a guest account and social media accounts such as fb, vk and Google accounts is that when you log in using a guest account your account is “unsafe” because the guest account is a guest account so it is not associated with social media, when your smartphone reset then your guest account will be lost. So you are obliged to bind your guest account to your social media so that your Free Fire account is safe.

When you have bind / login using your social media account, then you can move your game account to another smartphone easily, you only have to login to your social media account first on your other phone. Make sure you remember your account that is used to login to the Free Fire game

How to Move a Free Fire Account to Another

For those of you who want to try how to move a Free Fire account to another smartphone then you can see the guide below.

1. If you login using a Facebook account, please enter the Facebook app on your other phone

2. Enter your Facebook account email and password which is used to login to the Free Fire game

3. After that, open the Free Fire game

4. On the login page, please select a Facebook account

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5. Done, until here you can easily move your Free Fire account

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So one of the conditions so that you can move your Free Fire game account to another smartphone is that you must bind your account to social media, be it Facebook, VK or Google accounts. That’s how to move a Free Fire account to another latest smartphone. Hope it is useful

You also need to know about how to move a Free Fire guest account to another smartphones as previously explained by JellyDroid. But if you have another easier way, you can write it in the comments column below.