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Apple Developer page

https://developer.apple.com/apple-id/

Your Apple ID currently has two-step verification turned on, but two-factor authentication is required. After you turn on two-factor authentication, signing in to your developer account will require both your password and access to your trusted devices or trusted phone number.

How to make this 2-step auth?.. I was trying to login, and it didn't ask me to put SMS code or something else.

It means, "signing in to your developer account will require both your password and access to your trusted devices or trusted phone number" never happened.

In the same time it does ask 2-step auth on https://appleid.apple.com/.

What's wrong?

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Two-step authentication is an older method of authentication for your Apple-ID. This is no longer "good enough" to be used with developer accounts.

You MUST upgrade to two-factor authentication as a developer. There's no way to login as a develop with two-step authentication anymore.

Apple has a detailed guide on enabling two-factor authentication here:

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204915

Basically you take your iOS device, open Settings and click your name at the top. Choose "Password & Security" and then tap "Turn On Two-Factor Authentication". You'll then be guided through how to verify your phone number.

If you want to do the same from a Mac, you have to open System Preferences and click "Apple ID". Choose "Password & Security" from the menu on the left and then click the "Turn On..." button alongside "Two-Factor Authentication".

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  • Thanks for the answer. Is it possible to make it w/o an Apple device? – Kirby Jan 21 at 13:41
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    Yes, you can use a Windows PC with iCloud for Windows installed. – jksoegaard Jan 21 at 14:34
  • Thanks, @jksoegaard. I'll try it. – Kirby Jan 22 at 11:12

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