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  1. n0qcu

    n0qcu Topic Starter Supporting Founder Supporting Founder

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    Is there any way to stop apple from sending the stupid verification codes when ever I sign in using my apple id??

    I don't want this done as it is STUPID and they keep sending to my mothers iphone also which i really don't want done.
     
  2. KE4EST

    KE4EST SatelliteGuys Is My Second Home Staff Member HERE TO HELP YOU!

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    You mean signing in to SatelliteGuys?
     
  3. Scott Greczkowski

    Scott Greczkowski Scanning the Skies! Staff Member HERE TO HELP YOU!

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    Look at your Apple ID settings and turn off two factor authentication.
     
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    n0qcu Topic Starter Supporting Founder Supporting Founder

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    Thanks Scott,
    They really make it hard to do, can only do it on a computer and then you have to enter security questions and answers.
     
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    Why is your mother's iPhone using your AppleID? Even if you're using the Family Sharing, I would think your Apple ID would be master unless you're younger than you let on... ;)

    It drives me crazy that my Mother-in-Law's iPad is somehow tied to my Father-in-Law's AppleID so whenever I try to text her or FaceTime him, the other ends up answering.
     
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    Not that it is any of your business but when the phone was setup there was no such thing as family sharing so all devices on the account were setup using a single apple id and i am not going to change.
     
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    Why don't you know the answer to the security questions if it is your account? It sounds like your mother owns the account and you want her to keep paying your bills but you don't want her to know what you are doing or have any say in when you spend her money.
     
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