How to lock your Android device with the new gen lock
Unlocking your device with your fingerprint is one of the coolest things you can do with your Android phone, and now Google has just unveiled a nifty new trick to do it.
The new Gen Lock feature is just one of a handful of new Android features Google has released in the last few months.
We’ve covered them all, and it’s a good time to start learning about the new ones, so let’s take a look.1.
The new “gen lock” optionYou can now lock your device by tapping on a button.
This new lock option will automatically unlock your device after you tap on it.
The button will then be unlocked by default, but you can change this by tapping a different button.
You can even lock the phone by pressing a physical button, or by swiping down from the top of the screen.2.
The “lock to unlock” buttonYou can also lock your phone by holding down the “lock” button on your phone for a few seconds.
You’ll see the unlock icon next to the button you want to lock.3.
“Lock to unlock by default” optionNow you can lock your smartphone by pressing the “gen unlock” icon next a button, and then swiping up from the bottom of the page.4.
“lock phone by swipes up from bottom of page” optionFor some of the new features, you can also tap on the button to unlock your phone without actually unlocking it.
For example, you could use a fingerprint reader to unlock a phone without unlocking the phone.
If you want more details about the features, including how to get them, check out our Android security review article.