Facebook are only offering the V3 support for 2FA. Firftr, login with 2FA using the (Account Settings > Security) menu and then click "Manage 2-Factor Authentication" menu item. Now from there you'll get your 2FA codes that you can apply:
If you ever get the "Your Recovery Credentials have been approved" message, this means the hacker has already violated the account. The best thing to do is to change your password. 2FA can be a secure way to do this, but it's important to set a strong one in the first place. Once you've done that, make sure you change your password when prompted by Facebook.
1. If there is a default screen, use the Help menu to find support. I recommend you to ask on Facebook instead of using email: a reply usually takes a couple of hours but does help you more than trying to email them. The official Facebook help page can be found here .
2. Wait for an email, then reset your password. This might be the only thing that works if you've not changed your password afterward. Sometimes the emails go to spam filter -- test the "From" field to be sure.
But the good news is that Facebook has now added an option to force users to enter their phones for two-factor authentication. To enable this, go to your “Settings” section, and select “Security” in the left menu. Then click on “Two-Factor Authentication” in the pop up window to view a menu which will allow you to enable User Prompted option. When enabled, this function asks for the 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication) code as a text on the authentication page. After that, you are secured to use two-factor authentication with that particular account. d2c66b5586