Samsung will Soon fix Galaxy S10 fingerprint Recognition Bug :- Samsung is all set to release a software update that is going to fix the Galaxy S10 fingerprint recognition issue. This issue has recently come to light. Previously this week, it was also reported that a bug in the Galaxy S10 may possibly have allowed anyone to unlock the device with the help of the fingerprint sensor.
Samsung will Soon fix Galaxy S10 fingerprint
As we all know that the Galaxy S10 was launched previous this year along with a new ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor that is apparently more safe.
As per to the Sun newspaper report, an account of a British user who saw the bug on her Galaxy S10 unit would let her husband to unlock the device deprived of his fingerprint being registered. The cause of this is apparently because of a third-party screen protector that was bought, Reuters reports.
It might be also possible that the patterns on the screen protector were also recognised together with the user’s fingerprint, triggering the sensor to wrongly recognise the fingerprints that are unregistered, Samsung recently stated in a notice on its customer support app after the issue come to light.
In the meantime, it is still unclear if this issue is being faced by multiple Galaxy S10 users, it is also being advised by some sellers to not use the fingerprint recognition on the Galaxy S10 up till the company fixes the issue. Samsung is likely going to roll out a patch for this bug as soon as possible.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 10 also comes with an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, as well as it is likely that the patch is going to be rolling for the Note flagship as well.