Obvious codes start with the following numbers: Rob Rob 6, 7 32 I don't have MDM set up.
What is "too obvious"? I don't want to write it here, of course, but it was not a code that seemed to me to be obvious. It wasn't a pattern like "" or "" or anything, for example.
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You list these as definitive cases. I'm seeing this, too, and don't think that any of the cases particularly apply. My personal suspicion is that iOS is just ramping up security practices over time. Which isn't a bad thing, but Might be good if there was some messaging around it, before getting this! What's puzzling is what triggers this presumed reevaluation of what a secure pin code might be and also the number of people that reported having a six digit pin but being able to reset a four digit pin when this prompt is presented to them. I just saw this on ios9.
I have an alphanumeric passcode, though it does contain a dictionary word. Odd, this is the first I've ever seen the dialog and I've been using that password for a bit.
I don't think this answers the question. Where does apple state that it enforces a policy like "Your passcode is too obvious and needs to be changed" David M said that he was not using MDM, and many people with the same issue have said the same as links in this thread show.
This question still needs to be resolved. Thanks bmike. I haven't jailbroken, nor have I got Exchange set up, nor is there a Profiles option in my General settings. I have manually changed my passcode already as a precaution, but there was nothing on that page of the Settings that indicated I needed to change it. DavidM When iOS prompts for a change in the pin, you don't see anything in the settings app. Just that nagging pop-over and no other visible sign. You did your homework well, so I wanted to reinforce that it could be something odd and put the "expected" behavior into concrete words and steps.
I don't doubt you are clear of profiles or at least they aren't showing in the UI.
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My suspicion is your change will dismiss the warning and you don't need to remove the pin as I described. The warning hasn't reoccurred, so I think you're right - changing seems to have dismissed it. Here are some code patterns that are too obvious but this is just a sample list. If your passcode is a simple sequence of number, that is most likely your problem:.
If you have configuration profiles installed on your device, it can trigger this Passcode Requirement prompt. From there, delete the configuration profiles that are suspicious or not necessary. If yes and you cannot apply any of them to fix your issue, then keep reading because I was likely having the same issue as you. Eventually, I deleted the history and website data in the Safari browser as the support guy recommended. For example, I am also being prompted to re-enter e-mail passwords and my wifi password, all which were once saved. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Erase Data: Choose whether to erase your device automatically after ten failed passcode attempts. Get help Follow the steps in this section for help with things like passcode settings, alerts, and forgotten passwords.
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If an alert says to change your passcode or you can't adjust your passcode settings Configuration profiles and email accounts based on Microsoft Exchange common with business or education devices sometimes have passcode policies that cause issues like this: You can't turn off your passcode.
You can't change passcode settings because they're unavailable, gray, or dimmed. You see an alert about a Passcode Requirement. For example, you might see a message that says you must change your iPhone unlock passcode within 60 minutes.
If you forgot your passcode If you or someone else enters the wrong passcode too many times, your device will disable itself temporarily. Published Date: Mon Sep 17 Yes No. Character limit: Maximum character limit is