Why do I need to create a Recovery Password in MySudo?Featured
Did you finally get that cool new iPhone everyone's raving about?
Did you leave your phone on the coffee shop table, only to come back and find it missing?
Maybe you went to take that epic selfie and dropped your phone, irreparably damaging it.
Life's daily "events" can sometimes be unpredictable, but you want to feel safe knowing your MySudo account hasn't gotten into the wrong hands and that it's always available and recoverable by you, and ONLY you.
This is made possible by ensuring you've properly backed up your MySudo account.
You have 3 options:
1. Create a Recovery Password in your MySudo Backup & Restore settings, then perform an iCloud backup
2. Create a Recovery Password in your MySudo Backup & Restore settings, then perform an iTunes backup
3. Perform and Encrypted iTunes backup
Due to the secure nature of the app, not even MySudo Support has access to your account. So please ensure you create a password, retain your password in safekeeping, and then perform a device backup.
Let's hear those lost/damaged/stolen phone horror stories! 😲