Installing GoogleAuthenticator

20 March 2023 1 minute Author: D2-R2

Today we’re talking about installing and setting up Google Authenticator, a reliable two-factor authentication app that helps protect your online accounts. This step-by-step guide explains how to download and install Google Authenticator on your mobile device and set it up to protect your accounts. The program generates unique temporary codes that are used to verify your identity when logging into online services. Google Authenticator is cross-platform, works offline, and doesn’t store information on Google’s servers, making it one of the best ways to protect against unauthorized access. The article is useful for those looking to increase the security of their online accounts with two-factor authentication.


Step 1

Go to the “App Store”

Step 2

We see in front of us the main page of the App Store

Step 3

In the search bar, write “Authenticator”

Step 4

Click “download”

Step 5

Go to “Authenticator”

Step 6

Click “Start”

Step 7

Click on this arrow, as shown in the screenshot

Step 8

Click “Next”

Step 9

Log in to your Google account and click “Next”

Step 10

To continue, enter the password and click “Next”

Step 11

Congratulations, everything worked, now you can use Google Authenticator

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