Windows 10: Stop Constant gmail 2 step verification requests on android

  1.    23 Jun 2018 #1

    Stop Constant gmail 2 step verification requests on android

    I have 5 gmail accounts.

    I use both Firefox and Chrome browsers on my desktop.

    I use the X-notifier email app.

    Every time I open either browser, I get multiple verification requests on my android phone asking if it is me trying to accesss two or three of my accounts. Not for all of them.

    I have no trouble opening my gmail on my computers. X-notifier automatically logs me in. I am not asked any kind of verification question on my computer.

    I'm very satisfied with 2 step verification when it is necessary, but there must be a way how can I make my computer a trusted device so I can stop these requests.

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  2.    23 Jun 2018 #2

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  3.    24 Jun 2018 #3

    All good now. Thanks Edwin
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