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The answer is that you have to use a standard computer, log into your google account 2-step verified google account, go to authorise applications and sites, and set up your android device. Google have said that 2-step verification will not work yet on android, so they have provided this work around for now. Here is the link where you create a password to ...


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There are several ways to address your concerns. First - you should print the emergency codes. Google has good directions on how to do so here. (reproduced here) Sign in to your accounts at https://www.google.com/accounts/SmsAuthConfig. Look for the “Printable backup codes” area. Click Show/Generate codes. If you are fine using the current set of backup ...


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Good answer, but this was still confusing to me, because it wouldn't let me enter the app-specific password for Google's Play Store. Final Solution: Create an app-specific password for Google Play at https://accounts.google.com/IssuedAuthSubTokens (E.g., name it "Android Phone Play Store"). On the phone, add a 2nd Google account (All Settings > Accounts ...


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Yes, you can use multiple accounts -- did you try it? I use 3. Add them like any other account through Settings -> Accounts and sync -> Add account.


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You would have to use your emergency backup codes you should have printed out: Backup Code Page. These are one-time use codes that Google recommends you print for emergencies to access your Google account to unlock your phone. Additional Information for methods of gaining account access.


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Yes, the Android as well as Blackberry versions of Google's Authenticator app supports multiple accounts. Press MENU and choose SCAN BARCODE after you've set up your new Google Account for 2-factor auth to grab the displayed barcode or enter details manually. Details: https://code.google.com/p/google-authenticator/


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The simplest solution would be to remove the lock screen but that leads to a whole new set of problems. I would recommend switching to another type of lock screen such as PIN input or password input. That way the OK button must be pressed in order to submit a password attempt. The most effective solution of course - don't give your smartphone to your kids. ...


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You should try to set up an "application specific" password for your tab, and enter THAT password when you enter your account details. Now you totally avoid the second screen asking for the code. You can create an application specific password at https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens (at least that's the one I use) Kind regards joern


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That's what a factory reset is for - it does wipe all accounts associated with the handset. You will need to go into your Google Account on your trusted PC to generate a password to use and key that into the Google Account after factory reset. When you use Gmail on your trusted PC: Go into Settings on the right hand of the GMail web page - its a ...


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If you signed up for 2-step verification, you may need to enter an application-specific password in place of your regular account password. You can generate an application-specific password when you are authorizing access to your Google Account. This process takes a few minutes, and you only need to do it once per application or device. Note: For Android ...


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IMAP clients generally need to use application-specific passwords in order to access accounts that use 2-step verification. You'll need to generate a new app-specific password, then use that to set up your incoming/outgoing servers instead of using your regular account password. Google's support page (linked above) includes instructions for doing this. ...


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On any Android device, rooted or not: When you set up 2-factor authentication, there's an option to do so manually (without using a 2D barcode). You can then also write it down. If you have set it up already, you can re-do this and create it again. (as already noted) Have those 10 emergency one-time codes at hand If you have root rights, you can access ...


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Native Google apps don't use password (which you entered before activating 2-step authentication) everytime to log in. They only need it for the first time. After the first authentication, an Auth. Token is downloaded which is used for subsequent logins. As this Auth. Token isn't your main password, verification code isn't required at all. So, your apps ...


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You can temporarily turn off 2-step verification, and turn it back on after you have logged in. I had the same issue with Galaxy Tab 2, and did just that.


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To regain access to your phone, first you have to regain access to your account on a computer. Like Dylan said, this can be done using your one-time backup codes. (You saved those codes, right?) Once you've done that, generate a new application-specific password. (https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens or Account settings -> Security -> ...


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I have used Secure Settings, although it does not always work as advertised. I use this with Locale to simply disable the lockscreen when I'm in certain locations.


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I am unable to understand why you've problem. As you've said in your second point, it asks users to login with Google Account. When it comes to authentication of Google Account, why is password matter to you? You can do this in those situations: Create a new application-specific password and use that (you can delete old one). Use one time emergency ...


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You can use your normal Google Account password to unlock the phone (as long as you are connected to the internet), even if you have 2-step authentication turned on. I have tested it on a Galaxy Nexus running ICS and another running Jelly Bean, and on a Nexus 7 running Jelly Bean. There might be a possibility that this was different on Android 2.3 but I ...


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Finally I found the answer for this problem. following url has the answer http://support.google.com/accounts/bin/answer.py?hl=en&ctx=ch_b%2F0%2FSmsAuthConfig&answer=185833 Create a application specific password. Enter that as password.


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https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.android.apps.authenticator Google Authenticator creates two-step verification codes on your phone. Google Authenticator works with 2-step verification for your Google Account to provide an additional layer of security. Features: Automatic setup via QR code Support for multiple accounts ...



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