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    Lightbulb My Mac keeps asking for password instead of ID Touch
    When I try to enable the computer with the ID Touch, it immediately goes on to ask for the password. I have started the ID Touch again and yet I can not use it
    Whats the problem?

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    My Mac keeps asking for password instead of ID Touch
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    Here are some suggestions and explanations which may help. I suggest you read them and try out some of the solutions.

    In passing, the Passcode will always required after an update or upgrade; if you have not used the App Store or iTunes store for a long time etc.

    https://www.express.co.uk/life-style...Passcode-iOS-9
    https://forums.macrumors.com/threads...abled.1976118/

    Please post back.

    Ian
    Ian

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    Asking for password instead of ID Touch
    Quote Originally Posted by IWT View Post
    Here are some suggestions and explanations which may help. I suggest you read them and try out some of the solutions.

    In passing, the Passcode will always required after an update or upgrade; if you have not used the App Store or iTunes store for a long time etc.

    https://www.express.co.uk/life-style...Passcode-iOS-9
    https://forums.macrumors.com/threads...abled.1976118/

    Please post back.

    Ian
    Thank you Ian.This issue has been fixed. I simply reset the computer and the problem is fixed. Thank you

    Josef

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    My Mac keeps asking for password instead of ID Touch
    IWT's Avatar
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    Great to hear, Josef. Well done. Glad to help.

    That was the first suggestion on the list of possible actions in the linked site, as I recall.

    Ian
    Ian

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    Thank you Ian
    Josef

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