Are Live Oak Bank - personal accounts supported?

Has anyone been able to link Mint with Live Oak Bank personal savings accounts? (Not loans or business accounts)

When choosing financial institution, there are 2 options. Live Oak Bank, and Live Oak Bank - new online banking. The 2nd one seems to be the correct one (the first one wouldn't accept my login)

However, The authentication process doesn't work.  

-I enter my user ID first.

-The next step wants to send me a secure code phone via text or email. On the bank's website, you select one of the buttons. But on mint it wants you to type in a response. I tried typing in "mobile" or "email" but it never sends me the secure code. 

Therefore I can never enter the security response and log in.

Any chance of fixing this Mint?

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