The two-step verification is one of the security mechanisms that has taken more and more force in different applications to increase the security and privacy properties of these in order to avoid unauthorized access, the two-step verification makes use of the normal password accompanied by a second authentication factor which can be a mobile device, an email, an application, etc..
All this focuses on optimizing security, but for many users it can result in a somewhat complex point if the second verification method is not at hand, so in TechnoWikis we will explain how to deactivate the two-step verification in Gmail and so on. access only with our passwords.
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How to turn off two-step verification in Gmail
We open Gmail, then we are going to click on the profile icon and select the option "Manage Google account":
In the next window we go to the "Security" section and there we click on "Two-step verification":
We can see that it is enabled, by clicking there we must enter the credential of the current user:
Click Next to see these options:
We click on "Deactivate" and the following message will be displayed:
Again we click on "Deactivate" to confirm the process, we confirm that the verification in two steps in Gmail has been deactivated:
It's that simple to disable 2FA two-step verification in Gmail and have the standard login mechanism..