Why Can’t I Sign Into Gmail on My Phone With 2-Step Verification?
The Heartbleed bug is a good reminder why having 2-step verification set up on your email account is so important. 2-step verification means that anytime someone tries to log into your Gmail from a different computer than your own, you’ll be sent a text message with a verification code to confirm that this is, indeed, you logging in. By setting up 2-step verification, you can stop hackers in their tracks.
Unfortunately, many people have discovered that once they change their password and set up 2-step verification on their Gmail accounts, they run into a new problem. They can no longer access their Gmail from their phones. Even when they update the