A bug that implies that every fingerprint can unlock a Galaxy S1
He promised a software patch that would fix the problem.
The problem was discovered by a British woman whose husband Samsung was able to call the fingerprint authentication system when introducing the S10 in March as "revolutionary."
The scanner sends ultrasound to detect 3D grooves from fingerprints to detect users.
Samsung said it was "known that S10 had a fingerprint recognition malfunction, and will release a software patch soon." Disable fingerprint recognition to log in to the services until the problem is resolved.
Earlier reports indicated that some screen protectors were not compatible with the Samsung reader as they left a small airspace The British couple who discovered the security problem told the Sun newspaper that it was a "real problem".
After Lisa bought a gel protection film on eBay for 2.70 EUR, she was able to unlock the phone with her unregistered left thumbprint.
Then she asked her husband to give it a try, and both thumbs unlocked it too.
And when the screen protector was added to another relative's phone, the same thing happened.