Quick Answer: How Do I Sign Into Google Authenticator On My New Phone?

How do I get my Google Authenticator key on my new phone?

In the “Authenticator app” section of the page, click “Change Phone.” Choose the kind of phone you are migrating to and click “Next.” You should now see the “Set up Authenticator” screen, complete with barcode.

Open Google Authenticator on the new phone and follow the prompts to scan the barcode.

How do I transfer my authenticator to a new phone?

Scroll down to the Authenticator App section, and click Change Phone. A pop-up window will ask you to select which type of mobile operating system you are using, Android or iOS. Switch to your new device.

How do I transfer Google Authenticator to new iPhone?

Click on Security and then 2-Step Verification. In the page that appears, you’ll see a section headed Authenticator app. Click on Change Phone. This takes you through setting up your new device, and will first prompt you to say whether you’re using iPhone or Android.

What if I lost my phone with Google Authenticator?

My phone was lost or stolen

  • Use backup options. If you’ve lost access to your primary phone, you can select to have codes sent to backup phones.
  • Sign in from a trusted computer.
  • Get a new phone from your carrier.
  • Fill out our Account Recovery form.
  • Use backup options.
  • Contact your administrator.

How do I set up my authenticator on my new iPhone?

Set up the app

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Gmail app .
  2. At the top, tap Security.
  3. Under “Signing in to Google,” tap 2-Step Verification.
  4. Under “Set up alternative second step,” find “Authenticator app” and tap Set up.
  5. Follow the steps on the screen.
  6. To verify it’s working, get a code from your Authenticator app.

How do I get my Google Authenticator code on my new phone?

Open up the Google Authenticator app on your new phone and tap Begin setup > Scan barcode. Once you’ve used your new phone to scan the barcode displayed in your browser, click Next in your browser. You’ll be prompted to enter the authenticator code you see on your phone.

How do I use Google Authenticator if I lost my phone?

My phone was lost or stolen

  • Use backup options. If you’ve lost access to your primary phone, you can select to have codes sent to backup phones.
  • Sign in from a trusted computer.
  • Get a new phone from your carrier.
  • Fill out our Account Recovery form.
  • Use backup options.
  • Contact your administrator.

How do I transfer my Google Authenticator to my new phone?

Step One: Install the Google Authenticator on the new device. Simply install the app from the Google Play Store as you would any other app. Step Two: Head over to the two-step verification web page and click Move to a different phone. Select Android from the list and click Continue.

How do I restore my old Google Authenticator?

My phone was lost or stolen

  1. Use backup options. If you’ve lost access to your primary phone, you can select to have codes sent to backup phones.
  2. Sign in from a trusted computer.
  3. Get a new phone from your carrier.
  4. Fill out our Account Recovery form.
  5. Use backup options.
  6. Contact your administrator.

What if I lose my phone with Google Authenticator?

If you have lost or your phone was stolen, anyone may now generate new tokens using your Google Authenticator app. Yes, they are useless without the password but don`t take the risk and reset the Authenticator App in your Google Account 2-Step Verification settings.

How do I get my Google Authenticator code back?

Sign in with a backup code

  • Locate your backup codes.
  • Sign into Gmail or another Google service.
  • Enter your username and password.
  • When asked for your verification code, click More options.
  • Select Enter one of your 8-digit backup codes.
  • Enter your backup code.

How do I activate Google Authenticator on my new phone?

Open up the Google Authenticator app on your new phone and tap Begin setup > Scan barcode. Once you’ve used your new phone to scan the barcode displayed in your browser, click Next in your browser. You’ll be prompted to enter the authenticator code you see on your phone. Click Verify.

What happens to Google Authenticator if you lose your phone?

If you’ve lost your phone, you might be able to buy a new phone with the same phone number from your carrier or purchase a new SIM card. We recommend you use this option only if you cannot get into your account in any other way.

Can Google Authenticator be backed up?

Titanium Backup (link to Google play store) will backup any android app, including Google Authenticator. However, you must root your phone for this to be a viable option.

What is a key on Google Authenticator?

In the “Enter your key” field, type the Secret Key from the Clio Two-Factor Setup screen, then tap the “Add” button. Whether you have added a Google Authenticator account using the barcode method or the manual method, Google Authenticator will provide you with a 6-digit numeric code that is generated every minute.