If you turned on two-step verification and use the “Recover from iCloud Backup” mode in iRefone
to help you recover lost or deleted data, it may pop up the window that ask you to turn off two-step verification to allow the software access the data in iCloud. Then you may wonder what is two-step verification for Apple ID and how to turn off this feature? Here will explain and show it for you.
What is two-step verification for Apple ID?
Two-step verification is an additional security feature for your Apple ID that’s designed to prevent anyone from accessing or using your account, even if they know your password. It requires you to verify your identity using one of your devices or another approved method before you can sign in your Apple ID, iCloud.com
, iMessages, Game Center and make an iTunes, iBook, or App Store purchase from a new device.
How to turn off two-verification for Apple ID?
Go to My Apple ID
(appleid.apple.com), select Manage your Apple ID, and sign in.
Select the Password and Security tab and edit.
Click on Turn off two-step verification
Choose a new security questions, verify your birth data, and provide a rescue e-mail address (optional but recommended).
Be sure to memorize your new security questions and answers. They will sometimes be required to verify your identity.
You will receive an e-mail confirming that you’ve turned off two-step verification.