iCloud Password Not Working in Third-Party Apps? Tips to Fix It

If the iCloud password is not working anymore in third party apps, follow this quick guide to fix this problem.

iCloud password no longer working in third party apps? There is a possibility that you may have created an app-specific password and forgotten it. If yes, you can troubleshoot this issue right away.

You can view labels for all the app-specific passwords. What’s more, there is also an option to revoke all the passwords and create new ones. Find out how it works!

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How to Fix iCloud Password not working in third-party apps IssueHow to Fix iCloud Password not working in third-party apps Issue

Snapshot of everything we have covered in this post:

How to Find if a Third Party App is Using App Specific Password

Note: As of June 15, you must have to create app-specific passwords in order to sign into your iCloud account from any third-party app.

Step #1. Open any web browser and head over to Appleid.apple.com. Then, you need to sign in with your Apple ID and password.

Sign in with your Apple ID and passwordStep #2. Under the Security section, choose Edit.

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Under the Security section, choose EditStep #3. Under the App-Specific Passwords section, you need to select View History.

Under the App-Specific Passwords section, you need to select View HistoryYou should see the labels of the app specific passwords you had generated earlier. Make sure to find out if any of them match with the third party you want to sign into.

How to Reset App-Specific Password for Third-Party Apps

You can check out the list of your app-specific passwords. However, you won’t be able to view your actual password. Just in case you no longer have the access to the app-specific password, you can revoke and create a new password.

Step #1. Open any web browser and go to Appleid.apple.com. Then, sign in with your Apple ID and Password.

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Step #2. You may have to verify your identity with two-factor authentication. Under the Security section, choose Edit. Then, under the App-Specific Passwords section, you have to choose View History.

Step #3. Next, you have to Remove icon (X) next to the password you wish to revoke.

You have to Remove icon X next to the password you wish to revoke

Then, you need to select Revoke to confirm.

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Select Revoke to confirmStep #4. Finally, click on Done.
Click on Done

Can’t Access your Trusted Device to sign in to your iCloud account using two-factor authentication?

You have to first enable Two-Factor authentication on your device to create an app-specific password. When two-factor authentication is activated for your iCloud account, you will receive a verification code on your trusted device while signing into signing into Appleid.apple.com on a new device or browser.

What if you don’t have access to your trusted device? You will still be able to sign into your using your trusted phone number. You will receive a code via text message or a phone call to log in to your account.

At the iCloud sign-in screen, you just need to select Didn’t get a verification code?

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You will receive a code on your trusted phone number. Use it to sign into your account.

No Longer have the access to your Trusted Device or Phone Number?

Even if you can’t access your trusted device or phone number, you can still regain access to your iCloud account. However, you will have to wait for a few days (in some cases, even longer) for it.

Step #1. Head over to Appleid.apple.com and sign in to your account. Then you need to select Didn’t get a Verification code?

You need to select Didn't get a Verification codeStep #2. Next, select Need Help?

Select Need HelpStep #3. Now, you have to select start account recovery.

Select start account recoveryStep #4. Next up, enter a phone number to receive a text message or phone call when your account is up for recovery.

Enter phone number to receive a text message for recoveryStep #5. Once you have received notification that your account is ready for recovery, go to iforgot.apple.com and enter your Apple ID.

Then, you have to enter your phone number which you had added for account recovery.

Step #6. You will receive an Account Recovery code to the verified phone number. Enter the code in the given field.

Step #7. Next, you have to select a new device as well as phone number.

Now, check out the steps mentioned above to view and revoke app-specific passwords linked with your Apple ID.

Signing Off:

It’s better to create app specific passwords to sign into iCloud safely from any third-party app, isn’t it? To ensure your account always remains safe, keep two-factor authentication enabled for your Apple ID. Besides, make sure to enable two-step verification for Google account, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter and other apps.

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Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.
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