Why am I not receiving my Apple ID verification code?

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Why am I not receiving my Apple ID verification code?

Go to Settings > iCloud. Tap your Apple ID username. If your device is offline, tap Get Verification Code. If your device is online, tap Password & Security > Get Verification Code.

How do I verify my child’s Apple ID?

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap your name.
  3. Tap Family Sharing, then tap Add Member.
  4. Tap Create an Account for a Child, then tap Continue.
  5. Follow the onscreen instructions to finish setting up the account. You can use the child’s email address for their Apple ID.

Why is my phone not receiving verification codes?

The message may have been blocked by the carrier or email service provider. You may have reported this type of notification messages or emails as junk information. SMS: Contact your carrier to stop such a type of information from being blocked. Email: Search for the verification email in the spam mailbox.

Can I get my Apple ID verification code sent to my email?

You cannot. Two factor authentication relies on having a phone number or another Apple device in order to receive verification codes. You can add another trusted phone number if you choose as it doesn’t need to be an iPhone, just a phone that can receive text messages.

Why did I get an Apple ID verification code text?

Answer: A: Answer: A: Someone may be trying to log into your account, but since you have 2 Factor Authentication enabled on the account, they won’t be able to sign in unless they have access to one of your trusted devices. The only thing you can do to try and stop them is change the email address that is your Apple ID.

What do I do if I haven’t received my SMS verification code?

Check whether your phone has any anti-virus apps that block SMS messages from unknown senders. If so, turn off the blocking feature from your anti-virus app temporarily, and request another SMS verification code. Alternatively, you can also opt for “Verify via phone call”.

Should my child have their own Apple ID?

Everyone should have their own Apple ID, so don’t share your Apple ID with your child. If your child uses your Apple ID, your child will have access to all your personal content, including text messages and photos. If your child already has an Apple ID, they should keep using it.

How do I enable an Apple ID account?

You can create a new Apple ID in the App Store, or in your device settings.

  1. Open the App Store.
  2. Click Sign In, then click Create Apple ID.
  3. Follow the onscreen steps.
  4. Enter your credit card and billing information, then click Continue.
  5. Check your email for a verification email from Apple and verify your email address.

How can I get my verification code?

  1. On your device, go to your Google Account.
  2. At the top, in the navigation panel, select Security.
  3. Under “Signing in to Google,” tap 2-Step Verification. You might need to sign in.
  4. Under “Available second steps,” find “Authenticator app” and tap Change Phone.
  5. Follow the on-screen steps.

How can I get my Apple verification code without a phone?

If you use security questions with your Apple ID, or if you don’t have access to a trusted device or phone number, go to iforgot.apple.com. Then you can unlock your account with your existing password or reset your password.

How do I enter my Apple ID verification code?

Sign in with your Apple ID and password on a new device or browser. Look for a sign in notification on any of your trusted devices. Tap Allow to receive your verification code. Enter the verification code on your other device to complete sign in.

How do I get rid of Apple ID verification code?

How to turn off two-step authentication on the iPhone

  1. In a web browser, sign into your Apple ID page.
  2. In the Security section, make sure it says that “Two-Step Verification” is on.
  3. Click “Edit.”
  4. Click “Turn Off Two-Step Verification.” Click again to confirm this is what you want to do.

What to do if you dont get a verification code from Apple?

A message says “Account Details Unavailable.” Tap Get Verification Code. Go to Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Apple ID. Click Password & Security > Get Verification Code. If you can’t sign in, reset your password, or receive verification codes, you can request account recovery to regain access to your account.

Why are my verification codes not being sent?

1. New Apple ID Set Up on Iphone 5s 2. Logging into Apple ID on new Iphone 6s Both have asked for a Verification Code to be sent and I have confirmed/given the cellphone numbers but absolutely no text/SMS’s are being received with the Verification codes. Both phones can receive normal text’s fine.

How to resend an Apple ID verification email?

To resend a reset email, repeat the steps to reset your password or security questions, and we’ll send an email to your rescue or primary Apple ID email address. To resend the verification email, sign in to your Apple ID account page. Click Resend next to the email address that you want to verify, and we’ll send an email to that address.

What to do if your Apple ID email address is incorrect?

If you’re looking for a verification email, you can sign in to your Apple ID account page and review all the email addresses you have on file, including the one that you’re trying to verify. If the email address is incorrect, you can update it and send another verification email.

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