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Stop FaceTime asking for a Password in OS X Mavericks

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Facetime LogoAll of a sudden, when I turn on/log in on my Macs that are running OS X Mavericks, I am getting a window that asks me to input the password for FaceTime. This really started driving me crazy, as I don’t use FaceTime, and I don’t even have a camera connected to my Mac Pro.

Facetime Password RequestTo stop this from happening, I just turned FaceTime off. To do this, open a new finder window, and then open your Applications folder. Now click/open FaceTime. Click and drag down the “FaceTime” menu option and simply select “Turn FaceTime Off”.



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Posted by Greg - March 8, 2014 at 1:42 pm

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