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How to Set up and Use Fingerprint to Unlock Nokia G60 5G

Unlocking your phone with your fingerprint is one of the most secure ways to protect your data and privacy. It’s also one of the fastest ways to get into your phone, especially when you’re in a hurry.

If you have a Nokia G60 5G, you’re in luck. This great phone comes with a built-in fingerprint sensor that you can use to unlock your phone quickly and easily.

In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to set up and use your fingerprint to unlock Nokia G60 5G phone. You may also learn more about the phone’s specifications.

Steps to Unlock Nokia G60 5G with Fingerprint

Below are the steps on how to set up and use Fingerprint to unlock your Nokia G60 5G:

  • Go to the “Settings” app on your phone.
  • Scroll down and select “Security
  • Choose “Fingerprint
  • If you haven’t set up a screen lock yet, you will be prompted to do so. Select your preferred backup screen lock method to continue. If you already have enabled the screen lock, you will have to enter your PIN, pattern, or password to verify your identity.
  • Next, on the Lock Screen page, select how you want your lock screen to display notifications and click on Done.
  • On the next page, you will be prompted on how to set up the Fingerprint and how it works. Click on More, read the details on how it works and if you continue the process, click on the Agree button.
  • Now, follow the on-screen instructions to register your fingerprint. This typically involves placing your finger on the fingerprint sensor repeatedly to capture different parts of your fingerprint.
  • Once your fingerprint has been successfully registered, you’ll be prompted to give it a name (e.g., “Finger 1”). Click on Done once completed.
  • After you’ve registered at least one fingerprint, you can often enable or disable the fingerprint lock for various functions, such as unlocking the device, authorizing app purchases, and more.

You can also set up additional fingerprints if you wish, such as for different fingers or for another person’s fingerprint.

Be sure to set up an alternative method of unlocking your device (e.g., PIN, pattern, or password) in case your fingerprint doesn’t work or in case of emergencies.

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