Unlock your partners Samsung S10 with your toe

Samsung have acknowledged a flaw in their Galaxy S10, which will allow any fingerprint to unlock your phone.

However, they were quick to issue a statement that they have a software patch to correct the problem.

The issue, identified by a British woman when he husband was able to unlock her handset when a cheap screen protector was added.

Upon the initial launch Samsung announced the fingerprint authentication system as “Revolutionary”<.i>.

The way Samsung has designed the the scanner means that it detects the 3D ridges in a users fingerprint using ultrasounds.

Other reports which have been released about the scanner mention that when a screen protector has a bubble between the scanner and the protector this can also cause malfunction.

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