Dropbox is one of the most popular storage services out there. The company has been working on improving their service since the day one in an attempt to compete with other competitors. Dropbox is now a bigger deal than you expect, including new features that set it apart from others on the market.
With a new version of Dropbox, you can reset Dropbox passcode on your iPhone, iPad, and Android, without having to download any additional app or program. However, the method used to reset your passcode may be unknown to many folks.
In this guide, we are going to show you the steps on how to reset Dropbox passcode on Android and iPhone. Before we begin, make sure you now have a modern version of Dropbox app installed on your device.
How to reset your Dropbox passcode on Android and iPhone
How to reset your Dropbox passcode on iPhone and Android
The method used to reset Dropbox passcode on iPhone is not the same with how you do it on Android. Make sure that you update your Dropbox app before moving ahead. If you need help, you can follow our steps below.
Step one: First off, launch the Dropbox app from your home screen and then make sure you select the Account icon at the bottom right corner of the screen
Step two: Once you are in, tap on the Settings icon at the top left corner (if you now have an Android device, hit the menu button and tap on Settings)
Step three: On the next screen, tap on Passcode Lock on iPhone or Configure passcode on Android
Step four: Select Change Passcode. After that, enter your old passcode and then provide your new passcode.
How to reset Dropbox passcode on iPad and PC
If you now have an iPad or Windows PC, then you can reset your Dropbox passcode with some simple steps. Here is how.
Step one: Fire up your web browser and visit dropbox.com
Step two: On the next screen, sign up with your account details and then click on Sign In
Step three: Next up, click on your avatar and then make sure you select Settings
Step four: Select the Security tab and then click the X button to the right of your device.
If you want to remove your Dropbox passcode on Android without even opening the app. To do this, head to Settings, and select Account. After that, hit Dropbox, then select the three dots button and tap Remove Account.
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