I’m running Android 8.0 on an LG V20
When I attempt to connect my Yahoo! mail to the stock android email app I’m unable to enter my application password for Yahoo! Instead the native android email app decides that if “yahoo.com” is in the email address then they would connect me to an OAuth type 2FFA (2 factor authentication) regardless of the fact I chose MANUAL SETUP. When I attempt to connect using the Oath I get a text message from Yahoo! with my 6 digit pin. After entering it there’s a small popup at the bottom of the screen that only says ‘Not Authenticated’ with no indication of why. I’ve already tried 6 times both using the Yahoo! option and the manual setup option.
POP3 works allows me to connect using my application password that I made in Yahoo!, but it sucks because if I read the email elsewhere, it still appears as unread on my phone.
How can I access my yahoo email with the native android client using IMAP when OAuth isn’t working?
I have the email app source pulled up, and there’s an XML that defines providers. Since it’s an XML I figured it’s probably read at run time and if I could find it and remove the entries for Yahoo then the OAuth plugin shouldn’t get triggered.
Here’s a link to the email AOSP repository. https://android.googlesource.com/platform/packages/apps/Email/+/refs/tags/android-8.0.0_r50
This is the app that is getting called. I have android studio and I’d be glad to recompile it if someone has a link to instructions for that.