(Closed) Passwords and Cellphones

posted 6 years ago in Married Life
Post # 61
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman

We both have passwords for security purposes, we both know the other’s from having to use each other’s phones over the years. It’s not a big deal.

Post # 62
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

We both have passwords for security, and we both know the other person’s password.

Post # 63
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

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forgottenme:  I have a password on mine mainly for security, but DH knows it.  I keep telling DH to put a password on his phone—he accidentally pocket cancelled our honeymoon flights; luckily we were able to get them back, but it was a scary hour!!  He still doesn’t have one.

Post # 64
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

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forgottenme:  I have a password now. My phone was recently stolen and I had it open to my email, where I have a specific folder named passwords. It is annoying to have to enter it every time, but it is really necessary for security reasons. I am not trying to hide all my non existent f___ buddies from DH

Post # 65
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

My husband had a password on his phone before we met. Never in my life would I expect him to take it off. He has an inherit right to his basic privacy, as do I. We trust each other explicitly, but our passwords stay. He has no reason to go into my phone… nor I his.

Post # 66
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

We both have passcodes only in case the phone is lost or stolen, esp since we buy so much stuff through apps and our CCs are connects (ie, iTunes, Amazon).

We know each other’s passcodes and have no problem opening each other’s phones if we need anything or if one of us is driving. We don’t usually snoop (we both have in the past, due to our pasts). He always forgets my passcode anyway lol.

Post # 67
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA

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forgottenme:  My husband has one on his phone because he kept pocket dialing people and changing his phone’s settings all over the place.  The same day he set it he told me and showed me how to unlock it (it’s one of those “draw a shape” kinds).  

The only time he ever took issue with me using his phone was when he WAS hiding something from me (his proposal plans!) so I think I’d be prety uncomfortable if he suddenly had an issue with it, but then again I’d assume it was something else he was trying to surprise me with because I trust my husband.  And honestly, if he was going to cheat he’d be smarter about it than that anyway. 

Post # 68
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

We both have passcodes for security – I know DH’s pass code and I’ve told him mine multiple times but knowing him he doesnt remember it! I would never just check through his phone though without asking unless it was an emergency – we both are open and have nothing to hide but at the same time you have to trust each other and not use passcodes as an excuse to snoop! 

Post # 69
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

We both have passcodes and we know each others.

Neither of us go through each others phones though.

Post # 70
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Bee Keeper

We both have passwords cause its common sense. I have zero need to know his and vice versa. 

We have TRUST. Weird concept I know.  Getting in relationship does not mean  you partner can’t have privacy. I could never be with one that thought my phone was theirs to go thru. Yuck. 

Post # 71
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

We both have passwords on our phones just in case it gets lost so no one can ublock it. We both know each other’s passwords but never snoop on each other’s phones because we are trusting. I wouldn’t ask him to take a password off his phone and if he changed it I wouldn’t really ask what it was unless he told me. 

Post # 72
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY

DH doesn’t have a password.  I do have a password that I must change every 90 days due to corporate policy, since I receive my work emails in my cell.   We never check each other’s anything, that’s not how we do things.

Post # 73
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

We both have passwords because if our phones were lost or stolen we don’t want anyone to be able to access our personal information etc. However we both know the pass code to each other’s phones. In passing I guess I know the passwords to his email etc  because it is the same as our netflix account which was just information he volunteered. He knows my laptop password and amazon password so in theory he knows a lot of my passwords. 

Post # 74
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Bee Keeper

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saratiara2:  My friends text or msg me things that are none of my husband’s business. I msg my family things that for whatever reason I can’t discuss with him. It is not his right simply because we’re married to go through my things, nor is it mine to do so to him.

Thank you. The amount of things that my friends tell me via text, they are ZERO of my mates business. And the same with him.

Post # 75
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

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bklynbridetobe:  Yeah we mostly know the passcodes because of instances where I am like babe get on my phone and tell me what that address was or something so I told him my password but we don’t like go through the other’s phone or anything. However I had an ex who was super paranoid about having his phone on him at all times, even in the bathroom. He changed his passcode all the time. And turns out the last 8 months we were together he was cheating. Probably before then too. 

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