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Apologies if this is a repeat problem:
I can't log into the Disney World app on my phone. I can log into everything else (WDW, DVC, DCL) on laptop & tablet.
The app won't accept the password, but, it's the same as on all the other sites.
Tom Ferguson - Cruella DeVil is DiVine!
DVC - Home Resort: Saratoga Springs
Disney Cruise Junky!
The app is a bit touchy, so it could be a problem with the app itself, or the system the app and web site connect to, but let's start with the basics:
1) Double-check that you're typing the user name correctly
2) Re-enter your password. Remember that passwords are case-sensitive (i.e. check your caps-lock and make sure you're capitalizing only the capital letters in your password).
Here's where it gets a little weird. I have had this problem on some of my phones in the past: sometimes the phone will pre-populate my password, but it won't do it until I start typing. I type a character, the phone enters the whole password, then I finish typing the password. Since the password is always shown as stars or dots whole I'm typing, I don't always notice that the phone is entering extra characters. Solution was to type a character or two, then backspace until the whole box is empty, then re-enter the password.
Next up, uninstall the Disney app completely from the device, then restart the device. Check for operating system updates and let the install. Then re-install the app and log into it fresh. This will get you the most recent version of the app, installed on the most up-to-date OS.
That's about the limit of my experience.
**Remember, you can always log into your Disney account through the web site, using the phone's browser. The mobile version of the site is designed to look and behave very much like the app. It's not as elegant as the app, but it works.
To uninstall an app, you have to go to settings. At least on the iPad, which I assume is similar to an iPhone. Then under general, you go to storage, where It will show a list of all your apps. When you click on one, it gives the option of deleting it.