How to disable Apple’s two-factor authentication?
Apple implemented the two-factor authentication to make the Apple IDs for its customers safer. However, the implementation of this extra layer of security measure makes it impossible for data recovery software like iFoneRestore to access and identify the data saved in customers’ iCloud accounts. Therefore, deactivation of the two-factor authentication is necessary when customers need to recover the lost data of their iDevices.
How to disable the two-factor authentication? Just follow the steps below:
Step 1 — Open any web browser on any computer and go to appleid.apple.com;
Step 2 — Sign in to the Apple ID you want to disable two-factor authentication for, you may need to use two-factor authentication to gain access to the account;
Step 3 — Go to the “Security” section of account settings and choose “Edit”;
Step 4 — Locate the “Two-Factor Authentication” section where it says the feature is ON, and click the link to “Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication”;
Step 5 — Create new security questions to assign to the Apple ID, these are used in place of two-factor authentication codes;
Step 6 — When finished disabling two-factor authentication, you can log out of the Apple ID management website.
You'll get an email confirming that two-factor authentication for your Apple ID is off.
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