Microsoft Authenticator adds cloud backup and recovery for Android

  Microsoft Authenticator Android

Microsoft Authenticator on Android offers support for cloud backup and recovery to all users, the company announced today. A similar feature came to the iOS application last year, and now Android users will be able to back up their account credentials in the cloud and quickly place them on a new device when necessary.

The cloud backup on Android has been gradually done. in recent weeks, and the company said today that it is now available to all Android users running version 6.6.0 of the application. The feature only works with Microsoft personal accounts, leaving Office 365 accounts out of the equation for now. To activate it, you must go to Settings> Backup, and your account credentials will be encrypted and stored with your Microsoft account.

 Microsoft Authenticator adds support and recovery in the cloud for Android [19659003] Microsoft Authenticator is a very useful application in general, especially if you have configured two-factor authentication for your Microsoft account, or if you often need OATH verification codes for third party accounts. The Android application also supports fingerprint readers, which makes the application even easier to use.

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