I am using LibreOffice (126.96.36.199, 6.2.4) that has the "remote files" dialogue with GoogleDrive as a supported service. After entering my Google credentials, it asks me on "6 digits PIN code" (manual has mentioned API v2), so, where can I find this code for my GoogleDrive?
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open Libreoffice
2. Open "remote files" dialogue
3. Add service and select "GoogleDrive" with filled credentials
4. You will see the dialogue, asking to enter "6 digits PIN code"
I couldn't find any "PIN" in my GoogleDrive ==> I couldn't enter it ==> I couldn't access the content of my GoogleDrive
Opened acces to my GoogleDrive
User Profile Reset: Yes
It should show me the content of GoogleDrive and I should be able select the one of my files for editing.
i think this issue is a duplicate of:
Bug 101630 - Google Drive two-factor authentication (2FA) not working again
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 101630 ***
An answer from Google support:
I understand that you are inquiring about a 6 digit PIN code required to access Google Drive with LibreOffice. I am sorry that this is causing confusion, but I am glad that you emailed us immediately so we can clarify it right away.
To clarify, we don't generate 6 digit code for LibreOffice. Based on my research I found out that this is an already known issue with LibreOffice.
Here are some articles from LibreOffice that might resolve the issue:
Google Drive doesn't send SMS codes
LibreOffice access to Google Drive asks for authentication 6-digit pin