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How to stop Gmail's “Add your mobile phone to your account”?

Gmail prompts Add your mobile phone to your account .Without a phone number, you could lose all access to your account if you forget your password or if your account is hijacked. Adding a phone ...
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Options for 2nd Factor using corporate Gmail?

I'm working from a corporate account. The company uses Google's services. The account is only password protected. I use Opera when accessing this account. I have a personal, throwaway Gmail account ...
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Why does Chrome throw out my Google Two-Factor Auth “trusted-ness”

I have Google Two-Factor Auth turned on for my account. When I first log into my account, I have to enter a code I receive via SMS. At this point, my computer should be trusted; that is, I should have ...
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2-step Authentication Facebook

I tried the 2-step authentication with Android's Authenticator app. It worked well, but then I removed the Facebook account from the Authenticator app and now I can't set it up again. Every time I try ...
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2-step verification check box does not work

I have set my Google account for 2-step verification through the phone number. But when I check the Don't ask for codes again on this computer option, it doesn't work, and every time I want to post a ...
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Getting rid of “Having trouble accessing your Google Account with an application or device?”

I'm someone who has been using 2 step verification for a year now. Recently, I keep getting the following email from no-reply@accounts.google.com: Hi Manish, Did you recently get an error ...
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How to disable adding the current computer into the list of trusted machines by default?

When I'm logging into GMail on a new computer, at the 2nd step of the 2-step authentication, where it asks for the security code, there is a checkbox for adding the computer into the list of trusted ...