Scan Fingerprint Unlocking
by: HDDroid • 237
This is a screen lock.SO you could use it to lock and unlock your smartphone.
The way to unlock is very simple.
Place your finger on the scanning sector to scan.
Then the phone screen would be unlocked easily.
After you download this screen lock into your phone,you should go to the locker setting firstly.
There you could enable the lock.
In addition,there are sound and vibration effect.
If you enable the two kinds of effect,it will remind you when the phone screen is unlocked successfully.
Tips while unlocking:
When you need to unlock your phone screen,put your finger on the scanning sector.
Don't move your finger.Keep it still.
You could place your finger there enough time to hold the design.
Then it will start to analyze.
The process of analyzing will be displayed so that you could check it at any time.
When the fingerprint analysis is finished,the screen would be unlocked.
Actually,this screen lock could not really lock your phone.
It could replace your default screen lock and change the outlook of your screen.
However,it could not keep others from using your phone.
Anyone could place his finger to scan.
Anyone could unlock your phone screen.
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Fingerprint identification, known as dactyloscopy,or hand print identification, is the process of comparing
two instances of friction ridge skin impressions, from human fingers or toes, or even the palm of the hand
or sole of the foot, to determine whether these impressions could have come from the same individual. The
flexibility of friction ridge skin means that no two finger or palm prints are ever exactly alike in every
detail; even two impressions recorded immediately after each other from the same hand may be slightly
different. Fingerprint identification, also referred to as individualization, involves an expert, or an expert
computer system operating under threshold scoring rules, determining whether two friction ridge
impressions are likely to originate from the same finger or palm.