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How Do I Reset My Two-Factor Authentication Binance?

If you have Two-Factor Authentication enabled on your Binance account, you will be required to enter a 6-digit code that is generated by an Authenticator App every time you login or withdraw funds from your account.

If you have lost or deleted your phone, or can no longer access the Authenticator App for any reason, you will need to disable Two-Factor Authentication on your account before you can log in or withdraw funds.

To disable Two-Factor Authentication:

1. Log in to your Binance account and go to the Security Center.

2. Scroll down to Two-Factor Authentication and click Disable.

3. Enter the 6-digit code from your Authenticator App, then click Submit.

4. You will now be able to log in to your account and withdraw funds without Two-Factor Authentication.

If you enable Two-Factor Authentication again in the future, you will need to use a new 6-digit code from your Authenticator App each time you login or withdraw funds.

NOTE: WARNING: Resetting your two-factor authentication on Binance should only be done as a last resort. Before resetting, check that you have all the necessary information to set up two-factor authentication, including your phone number and recovery codes. If you do not have access to your recovery codes, resetting your two-factor authentication can make it impossible to regain access to your account. If you are certain that resetting is the only option, do so with caution and follow Binance’s instructions carefully.

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