Less complex Android passcode while resetting a passcode
When you reset a passcode on an Android device, the new temporary passcode is WAY too complex: 15 characters and multiple special characters. It is just a temporary passcode for a mobile device, not a passcode to launch nuclear missiles! :-)
Make this temporary passcode much less complex. You could use e.g. the same mechanism that AAD uses for passwords to new user accounts:
(A capital letter + 3 small letters + 4 numbers).
This kind of temporary passcode is so much easier to enter to a mobile device.
Drew W commented
Could not agree with this more... and how about work profile properties in compliance policies while we're at it.
Mark Patton commented
Totally agree that the temp passcode is far too complex.
Please fix this Microsoft. I select reset passcode because I want to access the device but right now it´s only making it harder to access the device.
Especially when some Android phones close their screen before the user has had time to enter the new complex code. They then need to start from the beginning ...
The passcodes generated from In tune are too complex for the mobile devices is there anyway this can be less complex?