Download and open the Binance app on your device. After supplying your email address and password, you'll be prompted to enter your Authy code (yes, where it says “Google Authenticator”). Now open the Authy app to get the Binance 2FA security code. Return to the Binance app and enter the code you received from Authy.
As a result, what is the secret key for Google Authenticator? The secret key (seed) is a unique 16 or 32 character alphanumeric code which is generated during the token enrollment. It is used to generate OTPs - one time passwords. The server and Google Authenticator both know the same secret key and based on it they generate the same OTPs.
One may also ask, how do I get my authenticator back?
How do I restore my authenticator app?
To recover your information
On your mobile device, open the Microsoft Authenticator app, and select Begin recovery from the bottom of the screen.
Sign in to your recovery account, using the same personal Microsoft account you used during the backup process. Your account credentials are recovered to the new device.
Unfortunately, this feature is available only for Android phones so far. ... It's enough to tap one button on the Google Authenticator on your old phone, the app will generate a QR code, and then you'll need to scan this QR code with the Google Authenticator application on your new Android phone.