Nokia 9 fingerprint reader accepts unregistered fingerprints, chewing …

Nokia 9 fingerprint reader accepts unregistered fingerprints, chewing …

Nokia 9 fingerprint reader accepts unregistered fingerprints, chewing gum and other random objects

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Nokia 9 fingerprint reader accepts unregistered fingerprints, chewing gum and other random objects


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33 réflexions au sujet de “Nokia 9 fingerprint reader accepts unregistered fingerprints, chewing …”

  1. I’ve got one and it’s a joke … Register one finger and any can unlock, tapping rapidly & randomly can unlock it, tapping it with a t-shirt/cloth wrapped around your finger will unlock it… It’s terrible. 😑

  2. Introducing Gum ID. After chewing your favorite gum, feel free to use it to unlock your phone in a revolutionary and avante-garde manner! Here at Nokia, we are truly innovating smartphones!

  3. Could it be that he’s leaving a fingerprint behind on the glass when he unlocks it the first time, and the gum emulates the finger itself, allowing the optical sensor to read the fingerprint on the glass?

    If that’s the case it’s still not at all secure, but not as bad as a random object unlocking it on its own.

  4. I believe what we see here is on-body-detection by google.

    You can keep your Android phone or tablet unlocked in some situations, like when your phone is in your pocket or you’re near home. When you use Smart Lock, you won’t need to unlock with your PIN, pattern, or password. The features you can use depend on your device.

    When I lock my phone with this setting on, I can unlock it with any of my finger after a short time of lock.

  5. I would assume this is a software bug. There is probably an accuracy threshold and they entered the wrong number. E.g. it takes a whole percentage (70) and they typed a fraction (0.7) which made it 100x more forgiving.

  6. Another nail in the coffin for Nokia (HMD), all they had to do to achieve massive success was to release 4 decent phones, without major hardware flaws, every year with Android One and keep them updated and free of major bugs. I just don’t get who had the idea to launch a million devices per month, make the nomenclature weird, forgo timely updates and increase the number of software and/or software issues.

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    Unless they do an 180, they’ll go under in a few years for sure, I’ve already got burned with the 7 plus and don’t see myself buying Nokia any time soon.

  7. I actually have a Nokia 9. I have four fingers set up and those work. All my other fingers to no. looking forward to more thorough reporting before buying a torch and pitchfork.

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