Here is our take on solving Instagram verification loop. The loop occurs when you keep confirming “this was me” on Instagram’s app or website, and still cant access your account on our tool. We believe this is Instagram silly solution to prevent users from using Instagram automation, and happens when they detect an account being used from its original home country IP and suddenly trying to access from another country ( different IP in a far location).
Ideally, this could be solved easily by using a proxy address matching the location, which might be almost impossible because finding a proxy that match your home city isn’t an option at most times. so what do you do?
1- Disable Two-Factor Authentication on your account from Instagram app
note: You may enable it after adding the account, until you need to re-add it.
2- Disable your account temporarily
Login to Instagram.com from your browser, head to “edit profile” , and at the bottom right click “temporary disable my account” , make sure you aren’t logged in anywhere else on that account for at least 3-4 hours.
note: disabling your account wont damage it, just make sure you don’t keep the account disabled for more than a month.
3- Attempt to add your Instagram account through the automation tool you are trying to add your account to, while using a proxy from your country or at least close to it if not possible. This will enable your account again and it should count he new IP as the home IP and avoid the verification loop.