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1-04-2012 @ 8:38AM
The mobile authenticator was updated a whole ago to give restore information in its settings so of you lost your device as long as you has the restore info you can reinstall the mobile app and not have to call customer service to have it removed...This in fact makes it better then the physical authenticator as its self recoverable... I have 2 smart phones (work for a cell company... Don't judge) an have the app in both devices running the same restore info so they give the same code, and have the restore info written down t home just In case I lose both phones... Mobile authenticator is made of win... A question to go with my rant, why use the physical authenticator which of lost requires a call to customer service to replace when you can just use mobile and have unlimited restores so that you never actually "lose" your authenticator as long as you have access to an android, iPhone or worst case blackberry device
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