In this post, I will explain how to recover a Twitter account if you no longer have access to the email id used for the Twitter account.
Test possible passwords
As a first step, try logging into your Twitter account with whatever credentials you can think of. Try all possible passwords used for your other social accounts. If the username and password combination is not correct, Twitter will display that “The username and password you entered does not match our records. Please check again and try again.”
Once you confirm that the passwords you have do not work, you can start the standard password recovery process.
Recover your Twitter password using email, phone, or username
The first step is to try to recover your password by entering your username, email address, or phone number. Go to the password recovery page on Twitter.
Try the username first. If you enter a valid username, Twitter will prompt you to enter the email address associated with your account.
If you provide a valid email, you will receive a password reset link via email and you will be able to proceed. Alternatively, you can try to use the email address or phone number to recover the password.
If the email you tried doesn't work, try other possible email IDs, including the official email address of the person who handled your Twitter account in the past. Try your luck with all possible email addresses.
If none of them work, the next option is to try possible phone numbers. You can receive a CODE on the phone and use it to recover the Twitter account. https://www.not-working.co/twitter-account-password-reset