Lisa Neilson from Castleford, West Yorkshire, discovered that, having registered her right thumb on the device with a screen protector fitted, "any print unlocked the phone" - including her husband's.
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The user on Meeco uses a Galaxy S10, as previously reported, but Sta_Light_'s phone is actually a Galaxy Note10, which uses the same fingerprint technology as the Galaxy S10. The same screen protector caused the same issue when fitted to another S10.
What in the world might have happened?All it would take is for a thief to have access to an applicable screen protector.
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Samsung has already acknowledged the issue and while it has put the blame on the cheap screen protector, it promises to resolve the issue with a future software update. The S10 comes with a default screen protector that doesn't appear to be vulnerable to the same issue, so perhaps it'd be best to use that until a patch arrives from Samsung.
Until the issue has been fully resolved, it has been recommended to disable the feature completely and use the "traditional" security reinforcements instead.
News of the Galaxy S10 flaw came via The Sun, after a British user told the tabloid that she applied a third-party screen protector to the device. He was also able to unlock the device.
"We are investigating the issue and will be deploying a software patch soon", a Samsung spokesperson told ZDNet.