How to Use and Enable Single Sign-On in iOS 10.2 for iPhone and iPad

Last Updated on May 8, 2018

Apple’s iOS 10.2 has been rolling out by the company. It is version of huge bug fix and some latest features including single-sing ON for Cable TV Providers, Emergency SOS, Loved Screen effects in iMessage and more. Here, I will discuss about Single-Sign on for iPhone. Still yet, iOS 10.2 Public released and total numbers of nine TV providers supporting  Single Sign-On in iOS 10.2 feature, which are listed at below and these all TV providers have its own Privacy. Single-sign ON also supports on Apple TV 4th generation. So enjoy quickly access to supported video apps that your Pay TV subscription includes.

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list of SOS (Single Sign-on) TV provider list

Dish network– it is an American direct broadcast Satellite subscription service Provider.

GVTC communications:

Hotwire: it’s fiber optic TV subscriber

DirecTV, a satellite TV provider owned by AT&T

Sling TV: Watch live TV programming

GTA: Provides cable service in Guam

CenturyLink Prism

Watch Travel Channel

MetroCast, available in nine states

Hawaiian Telcom, available in Hawaii

Here’s How to Enable Single Sign-On in iOS 10.2 on iPhone, iPad

Enable Single Sign- On in iOS 10.2 on iPhone, iPad

Step 1. Go to Settings App on your iPhone/ iPad home screen.

Step 2. You will have to Scroll down the screen and Tap on TV Provider.

Step 3. Now choose your Television Provider if it’s available in given options. Then after Enter User name and Password to logged-in.

Note – if you have iCloud enabled OS device, then you’ll automatically Sign-in to these apps across all your iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) that use the same iCloud keychain.

Would you like to find an iOS apps that work with your TV subscription? Go following steps that will help you to do that.

How to Disable- Turn off Single Sign-On in iOS 10.2 iPhone, iPad – iOS 10.2

Go to Settings App – Choose your TV Provider – Now Hit on your Account Name and then Tap on Sign Out. (Appears in red color font)

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