Original topic:

Fingerprint sensor

(Topic created on: 10-08-2020 04:01 PM)
Kalpesh_7702
Active Level 6
Options
Galaxy A
So I recently  purchased  A51 and installed  a tempered glass(flexible one) on it.
I saved my fingerprint  after the installation only.
But noticing  that it is not accurate. 
Is this problem normal or it has something to do with the glass?
0 Likes
11 Comments
jenild10
Active Level 4
Galaxy A
For that try turning on touch sensitivity. Open Settings 》Display 》Turn on Touch Sensitivity
Kalpesh_7702
Active Level 6
Galaxy A
i have re-registered my fingerprint after increasing touch sensitivity. and save 2 fingerprints of same thumb... better than b4

though they are still not as fast as they shud be
0 Likes
TimonN
Expert Level 3
Galaxy A
Dont know about A51 but mostly Samsung in display fingerprint sensors are slow and inaccurate.
0 Likes
Kalpesh_7702
Active Level 6
Galaxy A
true

i have re-registered my fingerprint after increasing touch sensitivity. and save 2 fingerprints of same thumb... better than b4😅
0 Likes
TimonN
Expert Level 3
Galaxy A
If you are coming from phone with physical fingerprint sensor, then most in display sensors you will feel slow and inaccurate.
Samsung even more.
0 Likes
souvik04
Active Level 8
Galaxy A
turn on safe mode and see what's happen
0 Likes
Kalpesh_7702
Active Level 6
Galaxy A
i have re-registered my fingerprint after increasing touch sensitivity. and save 2 fingerprints of same thumb... better than b4

but samsung's in display scanners are not as fast as they shud be
0 Likes
SammyBoyZ
Active Level 7
Galaxy A
compared to S series models A series models are definitely not using ultrasonic sensor !! it's usable
but try once without screen protector
and don't forget to turn on you touch sensitivity for sure
Kalpesh_7702
Active Level 6
Galaxy A
i have re-registered my fingerprint after increasing touch sensitivity. and save 2 fingerprints of same thumb... better than b4

but samsung's optical in display scanners are not as fast as they shud be
0 Likes