In a previous post I discussed how you can enable two step authentication on your Microsoft Account and then use it on mobile devices. If you change your mind and decide you want to disable it, just follow these instructions:
From a computer browser, click this link and log into your Microsoft Account.
From the Home screen, click the “Security & privacy” option, then click “More security settings” (found under the “Account security” heading).
Respond to any verification/security messages when prompted.
From the Security Settings screen, scroll down to the “Two-Step verification” heading and click “Turn off two-step verification”
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You can use your Outlook.com account as a data repository for contacts, calendars and tasks and easily sync this data to all your connected devices, including phones, desktop computers, laptops, tablets.
Sync Data Between Windows Phone and Outlook.com
When you create a Microsoft account on a Windows Phone, any contacts, appointments, or tasks that are stored in the related Outlook.com account (which is a part of the Microsoft account) will be synced to the phone and any edits to existing data or new contacts, appointments or tasks that you create on the phone will be synced to the Microsoft account.
Windows Phone does not sync Contacts, Calendars, and Tasks directly with a computer, laptop or tablet, but if you use a desktop version of Outlook, Windows Live Essentials, or the Mail, Calendar and People app, you can set the desktop software up to sync this data to the computer.
Data can also be synced between a computer and outlook.com
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Enabling two step verification on your Microsoft Account creates a password recovery code that you’ll need to use if you ever need to recover your Microsoft Account password. Enabling two step verification on your account will also require you to change the password that you use on your phone to a unique security code, also referred to as an app password. You will no longer be able to use the password that you use to log into your account on a computer as the password on your phone (or some of your other devices).
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