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Remove a Device from your Authy Account

When the Authy Multi-device feature is enabled, you can install Authy on a number of trusted devices, giving each of them access to your 2FA account tokens. This means that you may need to remove a device from Authy if it becomes lost, or is no longer in your possession, or even for troubleshooting.

Please click the appropriate link for instructions on removing a device from each of our Authy Apps:

Remove a device from Authy on Android

  1. Open the Authy Android app.
  2. Tap the (menu) icon in the upper right corner, and then select Settings.
  3. From the Devices tab, tap the desired device to remove. 
  4. Tap Remove device

Remove a device from Authy Desktop on Linux, MacOS (OSX), or Windows

Notice: The Authy Desktop app is scheduled to go End-of-Life on March 19, 2024. For full details, see Authy for Desktop End of Life (EOL).

  1. Open the Authy desktop app.
  2. Click the Settings icon desktop_settings.png in the bottom right corner.
  3. Click Devices.
  4. Click the Trash icon desktop_trash.png next to the desired device.
  5. Click Remove Device

Remove a device from Authy on iOS

  1. Open the Authy iOS app.
  2. Tap Settings in the upper right corner.
  3. From the Devices tab, tap the desired device to remove. 
  4. Tap Remove device
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