Log in your Tesla account and click on Profile Settings.
Look for Multi-factor Authentication option and click on Manage.
This is an informational page only. Click NEXT when you're ready to start.
Enter your Tesla account password and click SIGN IN
In this step is shown the QR Code that contains the secret key which you need to scan with Authenticator App. Keep this page open as you reach for your device, iPhone, iPad or iPod.
Note: Do not scan the demo image shown below.
Open Authenticator App, tap the plus button, and hold your device up to the computer screen to scan the QR Code. You can also enter the 2FA key into your authenticator app manually if you prefer.
After successfully scanning the QR Code, Authenticator App will automatically choose the Tesla logo and autofill the account name and secret key. Click on Save when ready.
Once your Tesla account has been successfully added to the Authenticator App, type the 6-digit code on the Tesla website in the Passcode field and click SUBMIT
Your Tesla account is now protected with two-factor authentication. You can copy the Backup Passcodes into Authenticator App or save them in a secure place. Press on DONE and that's all.
You're all set! You've enabled Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for your Tesla account. To learn more, visit the Tesla support page. Stay safe!
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