When things go awry, no matter how many times you enter the verification code correctly to sign in Apple TV, it will keep reminding you to enter your credentials again. This is a bizarre situation to be in. Nevertheless, there’s a simple way to fix this issue. Read along to find out!
How to fix Sign in Apple TV Verification code loop issue
If you’ve set your Apple TV to automatically install new updates, it will install them. Following the update, you will be prompted to sign in Apple TV by entering the password and verification code. However, for some unknown reasons, if you find yourself stuck in the verification code loop, get out of it by following this simple trick!
- On iPhone or iPad go to settings.
- Choose iCloud.
- Tap your iCloud ID at top of the screen.
- Open the Password & Security heading.
- Scroll down to the Get Verification code entry.
- On your Apple TV enter the verification code you received on your iPhone.
- Log in to in Apple TV to access its apps or content.
While attempting to move past the Apple TV log-in screen following a recent update, you must enter your password and the six-digit verification code that’s automatically displayed on your trusted devices or sent to your phone number. However, if you fail to enter the code within 30 seconds time limit, you’ll have to generate a new one and enter it to sign in to Apple TV. Here’s how to do it.
Can’t sign into apple tv with verification code
You can get rid of this annoyance by generating a new verification code on your iPhone and then using it for your Apple TV Sign In.
On your iPhone, go to Settings and expand the Apple ID section by tapping on your profile picture.
Next, expand the Password & Security tab by tapping the side-arrow next to it.
When directed to a new screen, scroll down to the bottom to find the Get Verfication Code option.
Tap the option to generate a new verification code for Apple TV instantly.
Use this password to log in your Apple TV and access its apps and content.
Hereafter, you should not find yourself stuck on the enter verification code screen.
Note – A verification code is different from the device passcode you enter to unlock your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Hope that makes sense!