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We are authenticating user by using facebook SDK it requires SMS to validate the user.
Phone Number Verification Flow
- We are using facebook Account Kit API with a phone number to initiate a login or registration.
Phone call — People can choose to receive a phone call with the SMS code. For a list of the languages into which the call can be localized, see the Supported Langages for Phone Calls section of Supported Languages.
Facebook notification — If the phone number is linked to a Facebook account, people can choose to have a notification containing the SMS sent to that account.Account Kit servers send an SMS with a confirmation code to continue the login. If people fail to receive the SMS code, Account Kit offers two backups that people can choose from:
Account Kit may also verify the number directly without sending an SMS code. See Instant Verification
- The SDK verifies the SMS confirmation code.
- If your app has enabled Client Access Token Flow, your app will receive an access token containing an account ID in response to a successful login. If your app has not enabled Client Access Token Flow, your client app will receive an authentication code that the application’s server may use to securely request an access token.