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If you have enabled Google's two-step verification for your account, you'll need to use application-specific passwords to log in to any other service that's connected with Google, such as your desktop email client, apps on a mobile device or other applications that access Google Contacts.

To manage these passwords, click "Security" on your Google Account settings page, click the "Edit" button next to the 2-step verification heading, then choose "Manage application-specific passwords." Here, you'll need to generate a unique password for each application that needs access to your Google account and give each password a name.

Type the name of your password into the field.

The name should indicate what you'll be using the password for, such as "Gmail on my iPhone" or "My Android." Click "Generate password" then copy and paste the password into the application you're trying to log into, along with your email address.

You don't need to memorize this password, as you'll only need to enter it once.

Click "Done." Note that this password will not be displayed again.

You can always generate a new password if you didn't copy the password correctly.

Your application-specific passwords will be listed below, where you can view the last-used date and revoke the passwords that you don't need or don't want to use anymore.

If you revoke a password, you will not be able to use that application until you generate and enter a new application-specific password.

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