Loss of BNB sent to eth's address

I am new to using the wallet and I got confused when sending my BNB to an ETH wallet because of the ETH logo that appears in my BNB balance. I thought that I automatically converted from BNB to ETH and since I did not generate any warning, I sent them, in https://bscscan.com/ appears successfully but obviously on the ETH network
https://etherscan.io does not appear the operation, how can I recover that BNB?

Add Binance Smart Chain to your metamask, then, then you will see it… BSC and ETH Mainnet share you same wallet address… so if you add the Binance Smart Chain and choose it instead of ETH mainnet… you will see it there.

thanks for the answer, but that is not the solution, I sent my BNB to an external ETH address, not mine from metamask, the transaction was successful my BNB was withdrawn from the wallet, but obviously to the external ETH address, Nothing appeared, how is that money recovered?

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loss of BNB sent to eth address
I am new to using the wallet and got confused when sending my BNB to a third party ETH wallet to make a deposit, due to the ETH logo appearing on my BNB balance. I thought that it would automatically convert from BNB to ETH and since I do not generate any warnings, I sent them, in https://bscscan.com/ it appears successfully but obviously in the ETH network
https://etherscan.io does not show the operation, how can I get that BNB back? since there was no type of deposit in the external ETH address to which I sent the BNB.

so… that third party eth wallet is on an exchange?? or of someone that you know?? if is at exchange, maybe will be impossible to recover because bnb wallet and eth wallet is common to be different. actually i can’t understand someway, because BNB is not even on the Eth mainnet as i know, so you should not had even be confused of that. If the case is that if you sended to a private wallet one, you can just ask if you know who is to send you back… that is possible. well, shits happenXD

I have the same problem, I made a transfer from my Metamask wallet (Binance block chain configured), to Let Me Trade a broker where I have an account to trade. The address to which I sent is an ERC-20 and the deposit did not arrive. I understand that having used a different network than the other, the deposit is missing. Is there a way to get it back? You can help me?

Did anyone solve the problem? I made the same mistake.