I can't find my verification email. Can I request another one?
You can have the verification email resent here. If you receive an error message when you click on the verification link, that means your account is already verified and is ready to be played!
I forgot my username/password. How can I recover it?
You can recover your username here, and your password here. All you need to do on those pages is enter the email address registered to your account, and we'll send you an email with your username or a link to reset your password!
How do I change my email?
In order to change your e-mail, you'll need to contact [email protected] with the following pieces of information:
- The username of the account
- The email address currently on the account
- The new email address you want to put on the account
- The most recent game log file you have (it must be at least one week old)
The date on the log files follows the format: ttr-YYMMDD_00000000.
How do I find my log files?
Your log files can be found in one of the following locations, depending on your operating system:
Log files are usually found in one of these folders:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Toontown Rewritten\logs
C:\Program Files\Toontown Rewritten\logs
To find your log files on Windows, follow these steps:
- Right click on the Toontown Rewritten icon on your desktop or start menu.
- Click "Open file location".
- Navigate to the "logs" folder.
Log files are usually found in the following folder:
~/Library/Application Support/Toontown Rewritten/logs
To find your log files on Mac, follow these steps:
- Open Finder
- Press Command-Shift-G
- Type in to the box: ~/Library/Application Support/Toontown Rewritten/logs
Why does Support need my log files?
Toontown Rewritten log files contain no personal information or account records -- they only have a certain key that can help Support make sure that you are the true owner of the account.
How do I know which log file to send to Support?
If you have to send Support a log file, it's important you're sending them the log file they need to see. If you're reporting a bug, you'll need to send a log file from the time you were playing that you experienced the bug. All log files are timestamped: ttr-YYMMDD_00000000.
If you need to prove you are the account owner, in the case of an issue with your e-mail, ToonGuard, or Two-Factor Authentication, you'll need to make sure that you're sending a log file that corresponds to the correct account. If you don't have multiple Toontown Rewritten accounts, you don't need to worry about this.
If you have more than one account you'll need to check the log files to see which ones belong to which account. To figure out which log files belong to which accounts, open the log files and partway down you will see the following:
:OTPClientRepository: Chose avatar id: <Avatar ID>
:OTPClientRepository: Chose avatar name: <Your Toon Name>
Choose log files that contain a Toon name from the account you are writing about.
What if I don't have any log files to send to Support?
No worries! Since you don’t have any log files to send over, we're going to need some other information to verify that you are the account owner.
Please provide us with as much information about your account as possible, including:
- Toon names and descriptions (including species, colors, laff, and gags)
- Where the account was created (City and State/Province)
- When the account was created (Be as specific as possible!)
- Where and when you were last able to log in
Once we get that information to verify your account, we can take care of your request!
My account has been stolen! What can I do?
Yikes! Here are tips on how to recover your account:
- Start by changing your password. If you can still access your account, you can change your password here.
- If you cannot access your account, you can recover your password here.
- After you have changed your password, we urge you to activate ToonGuard here, and Two-Step Login here. These are both great features that help secure your account.
If you are unable to complete any of these tasks, contact [email protected] with as much information about your account as possible for assistance.
My Toon was deleted! Can I get it back?
Before we can work on restoring your Toon, we're going to need the following information:
- Account Name:
- Toon Name:
- Toon Description:
- Reason for Deletion:
- When was the toon deleted?
- Did you have ToonGuard or Two-Factor Authentication on when the toon was deleted?
Our support team will verify the information you sent as soon as possible. You can continue to play on your account while you wait. Please make sure that you have one spot open for the Toon that you want to restore, otherwise we won't be able to bring back your Toon!
NOTE: Accounts who disable ToonGuard AND Two-Factor Authentication are not eligible for deleted Toon restoration, regardless of if the Toon was deleted by the account owner or not. If you use one or the other you are not subject to this restriction, however. Requests for Toons deleted more than 90 days prior to the request being received will not be honored at this time. This policy has been updated effective 11/16/2017. If you have previously asked to have a toon restored that was older than 30 days but less than 90 days old at the time, and your request was rejected, please email us again and include enough information as possible about that attempt!!
What is Two-Step Login?Two-Step Login, commonly referred to as Two-Factor Authentication, is an added layer of protection for your Toontown account using your smartphone. When entering your password, you will also be prompted to enter a code from your phone to prevent unwanted visitors. This prevents anyone from logging into your account unless they somehow had access to the device bound to it!
You can learn more about Two-Step Login and enable it on the Account page.
How can I disable Two-Step Login?
Head over to the Account page and follow the instructions after clicking "Disable Two-Step Login" to disable this feature on your account.
If you no longer have access to the device used to log into your account with Two-Step Login (for example, if you got a new smartphone or your old one was lost or stolen), you will need to email us from the email address that is currently on file for your account. In your email, please include your username and two log files that are at least one week old. Once we verify that you are the account owner, we will be able to remove Two-Step Login from your account.
What is ToonGuard?
ToonGuard is a service provided by Toontown Rewritten to help keep all accounts safe and secure. If we detect a strange computer attempting to connect to your account, you'll be given an e-mail asking you to confirm that it's you before allowing that computer to connect. In the event of your password being stolen, your account will stay secure with ToonGuard enabled, as they can't log in without your permission.
It's still beneficial to you to keep your password secure, though! ToonGuard is based off of your location and not just your IP address, which means anybody who lives close by to you will still be able to sign in to your account without needing a ToonGuard code if they have your password. If you're still concerned about keeping your account secure, we highly recommend you use Two-Step Login on your account.
In order to verify your location, all you need to do is grab the code sent to the email attached to your account, type it into the box, and press the submit button. After that, you'll likely never be bothered by it again - unless you log in from a far away place!
How can I disable ToonGuard?
You can disable ToonGuard on the Account page once you've had to authorize three or more locations. Make sure you are logged into our website first, and then check out this link to learn more about ToonGuard and how to disable it. If you no longer have access to the email address on file for your account, you will need to email us requesting an email change. If you aren't sure which email address is being used for your account, you will also need to email us with your username and a log file to verify that you are the account owner.
I'm not receiving my ToonGuard code. Help!
Here's a few suggestions to help remedy your problem:
- Check your spam/junk folder.
- Make sure that you don't have emails from [email protected] blocked.
- If you are logging in via the launcher, try logging in to the website instead (or vice versa). This might encourage our system to send you a new email.
- Make sure that you're checking the correct email address attached to the account! If you aren't entirely sure which email address is on your account, please give us your username and a log file that is at least one week old to verify the account and we'll let you know which email it is.
NOTE: Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail, Live, and AOL email services may have difficulty receiving emails from Toontown Rewritten. It is highly recommended that you use a different domain (such as Gmail) for your email address. You may need to request an email change to a different email provider if you cannot receive your code.
My ToonGuard code is expired or invalid. How do I get a new one?
ToonGuard codes expire about 30 minutes after they're sent. Here's what you'll need to do:
If you're logging in on the website:
- Close the window or tab that asks you for your ToonGuard code.
- Sign back in.
- A new code should be sent to your email address.
If you're logging in on the launcher:
- Click "cancel" on the pop-up window that asks for your ToonGuard code.
- Log in again.
- A new code should be sent to your email address.
NOTE: Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail, Live, and AOL email services may have trouble receiving your ToonGuard code in a timely manner. You may need to request an email change to a different email provider (such as Gmail) if this is the case.
Can you delete my account?
Unfortunately, for safety reasons, we do not delete accounts upon request. If you wish to stop playing, you can simply stop logging into your account. Your account will remain active in case you decide to return one day, and we won't email you at all unless somebody tries to log into your account. This is a feature of ToonGuard, a security feature that protects your account from unwelcome visitors!