No. You need to use a real phone number.
You never get the text.What happens if you try to use a Google Voice number?
I use Google Voice, and that's how I know you can't use the number as a 2nd factor for text messages with Facebook.I don't use Google Voice but it seems to have SMS capability for free within US and Canada so it may be possible.
If you have a smart phone, use an app like Duo Mobile or Google Authentication instead. You will get codes just like you get from SMS.
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Good to know! :up: So for this case, an 2 factor app will need to be used instead.I use Google Voice, and that's how I know you can't use the number as a 2nd factor for text messages with Facebook.
Just because it's a phone number doesn't mean it works with all text messaging systems.
Not for the 2FA authentication, but for signing in you can.I suggest using an Authenticator, Google has one. No need for text messages, and afaik no need to put your phone number on Facebook.