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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mikeyg00, Sep 4, 2019.

  1. mikeyg00

    mikeyg00 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    After my face is recognized why do I still have to swipe to get to my home screen?

    I dont see a config option for this.

    It's a minor thing, but doing this every time is annoying... hoping there's a setting I'm missing


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    Post #4 by mikeyg00, Sep 4, 2019 (3 points)
  3. marctronixx


    You don’t have to swipe after face confirmation. You change that in settings.
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  4. CmdrBond

    CmdrBond Well-Known Member

    Yes, there is a way to disable that. I don't use face recognition though, but did see it in a how to video.

    Possibly Sakitech
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  5. mikeyg00

    mikeyg00 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I found it. It was enabled by default... I didnt write it down and now I can't find it again, lol

    Biometrics > Face Recognition > Stay On Lock Screen. Turn it off
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  6. ZepTepi

    ZepTepi Android Enthusiast

    It's not working for me at all. I got my phone last Sun and have tried 6-8 times in various lighting conditions but to no avail.
    When I try to register my face it goes to 70% very quickly then tells me to remove my glasses to continue but it never goes beyond 70% and eventually says "Couldn't register face. Face not recognized. Front camera may be dirty. Clean area above screen and try again" The front camera is not dirty.

    Off to the local Verizon store I go. :rolleyes:
  7. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    Never had any issues. What did they say?

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