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Old 11 November 2020, 11:34 PM   #121
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I am sort of in the same boat So far, no one here has been able to help. I copied and pasted my recovery key then saved it in my notes. It’s not working though. I keep getting the “Invalid authentication code” error message when trying to disable 2FA on TRF (using the Google Authenticator app). I am stuck with using Tapatalk everywhere except for at home when on WiFi.

I feel your pain. Hopefully there is a fix.


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Old 18 November 2020, 05:21 AM   #122
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I am sort of in the same boat No one here has been able to help. I copied and pasted my recovery key then saved it in my notes. It’s not working though. I keep getting the “Invalid authentication code” error message when trying to disable 2FA on TRF (using the Google Authenticator app). I am stuck with using Tapatalk everywhere except for at home when on WiFi.

Same boat here. New phone, new router. Didn’t think about 2FA and am stuck using TapaTalk as I blew it and didn’t either record the correct code and process to recover.


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Old 18 November 2020, 05:45 AM   #123
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Same boat here. New phone, new router. Didn’t think about 2FA and am stuck using TapaTalk as I blew it and didn’t either record the correct code and process to recover.

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Glad but not glad that there are a few of us in this similar situation.

I am surprised that no one has a solution. And why can’t the TRF Admin turn off 2FA for us?
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Old 26 November 2020, 11:59 AM   #124
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Old 3 December 2020, 08:53 AM   #125
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I am logged in now on ‘remember me’ but can’t remember my password.

I want to se up 2FA but need to log out and then log back in.

How do I reset my password once I log out?
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Old 3 December 2020, 12:30 PM   #126
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User cp then settings and options then edit password.
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