If you have not already you should turn on Two-Factor authentication for your Samsung Account. In fact you should turn it on for all your accounts for the added layer of security.
This guide will show you How to turn on Two-Factor Authentication Samsung Account. The process is very easy but if you don’t know how it can be really tricky to find.
Most people sign into there Samsung Account when they are first setting up their Samsung Smartphone and forget about it. Its also used in the Galaxy Store and that’s about it. Its allot like a iCloud account as it backups up your passwords, contacts, messages, pictures and so on if you so choose.
What devices does this Apply to?
This guide applies to any Samsung Galaxy Smartphone including the Samsung Galaxy S20, S10,Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 20 and so many others.
Watch the video below for the step by step guide.
How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication Samsung Account?
This is how to turn on Two-Factor Authentication on your Samsung Account.
1.Go to settings on your smartphone.
2.At the top of the settings menu look in the upper right just beside settings and click the circular icon. It may have your picture if you customized your profile.
3.Go to :Password and security.
4.click on: Two-step verification and follow the on screen steps. You will be asked for your phone number and you will have to verify the with the Pin that’s sent to you before you are allowed to turn the feature on.
Once verification is turned that’s it you should be good to go.The Two-Factor Authentication should show on when its enabled.
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