Sorry to hear that, Aleph... in my case, I have my yahoo account "chained" to my mobile phone number. So it's impossible to log in to said account (which I know for a fact that has been attacked several times by people from all over the world trying to hijack it... unsuccessfully, thank God) without my phone. And even if someone were to steal my phone, I can remotely wipe it out, and brick it... also, I have legal ownership of its number, so restoring it would be a matter of hours.IMPORTANT:
To everybody who knows my gmail addy
Some puke has totally hijacked my gmail account cuz password, security questions and recovery addys are all changed so it's totally unrecoverable! PLEASE DON'T SEND ANYTHING TO THAT ADDY! Cuz you'd just be sending to hijacker!
Anyhow I'm switching everything to my dad's old yahoo addy (named for character in LOTR trilogy) so anyone who knows my gmail address and doesn't recognize which yahoo addy I mean from LOTR clue plz ask HP, JC or Theodora at their Gmail addresses!
Scuse me while I slam a liter of nitro to get my BP under control
Being clear this is NOT an AAC problem! It's totally a google problem!
You may want to consider that option for whatever primary email address you've chosen to replace the old Google one with.