I can't log into Duolingo from Ipad app!!!
I can't log in!!!!!
Its been 2 years but anyways. I tried this workaround. Everytime i opened the app it asked to either discard progress or create profile. so to login, i clicked on create profile...entered some random values like asdasd.com mypassword etc etc. You will be logged in...now just logout and now select I already have an account......Eureka ..Eureka
The above answer works. I had set up two accounts with different passwords, one on my iPhone and another on my computer. I normally use the iPhone for DuoLingo and had forgotten about the other (except that was the password I was remembering). When I put in the right PW I got to the iPhone one with my streak, lingots etc.
Ok, here's my story , I had my login to duolingo app through my facebook account , when I formated my mobile and installed the app again I was shocked that i'm no longer able to login my account , it was all ok via web .
So what I did is that I requested a new password (only works when using website) then went to my apps setttings , cleared all data of duolingo , uninstalled it , reinstalled, cleared data again , then waited a while (it was 5 hours from changing password) then used my facebook email + the new password to login via my mobile .. It worked !
It was a long process but I gained back my level 12 account . Hope this helps someone..
I don't want to create a profile but I still want to continue with my language programs. Doulingo won't allow me to do so without creating a profile first. So I did try to create a profile and it won't take my info! It keeps telling me that My email is already an existing email....uh duh! I know that! Why can't I use my Existing email to create a duolingo profile??? Don't have the patience to create another NEW Email for this app!
That sounds so simple. I got logged out because I tried to set up 2 factor identification on my mac and decided it was way too much trouble. So when I went back to Duo, it opened as if I was a new user. THERE IS NO OPTION for I have an account. It just lets me say I am a beginner or not a beginner. Any specifics on where to go on that screen? Gracias en adelante
I have the same issue, but on Android. When opening the app I got stuck on the page where you choose how frequently you intend on using the app. When trying to choose any alternative, I get a message saying it can't connect. So I tried fully closing the app and then start it up again, this gave me the same page. After this I tried to reinstall the app.
This at least took me to a new page (the sign in or create new account page) when again starting the app. If I try signing in with my existing account, it just resets my information after pressing sign in. I therefore went on to try reseting my password, which worked perfectly. I am 100% sure I'm using the right details since I'm able to sign in here, on the website (even on my phone).
I have no idea why this is happening and I would be very grateful for any help!
(HTC one m7, Android 4.4.3)
I tried all of the suggestions but nothing worked for me. I finally logged out and started all over again. I took the placement test, created a new profile and pretty much ended up right back where I was. This was a very frustrating experience. I would like to know what triggered the lock out in the first place.
I finally found the way to log in on an ipad/iphone. It is hidden well. I went to the "clubs" option on the bottom of the screen. There it will ask you to create a new profile. If you look in the upper left at that point, you will see a disabled looking bit of text that says "Profile". If you click on that, it will take you to a screen where you can choose the "I have an account".
I'm a teacher. I'm using Duolingo for schools. I created two classrooms and sent students invitations. They have all signed up. I want them to practice in class where I only have iPads shared with the whole division. I downloaded the App in each device BUT MY STUDENTS CANT SIGN INTO THEIR ACCOUNTS!!! I can't use Duolingo as a teacher if my students can't use the iPads. HELP!