BlackBerry KEYone

BlackBerry KEYone

Android 7.1

Turn use of phone lock code on your BlackBerry KEYone Android 7.1 on or off

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The phone lock code prevents others from accessing the contents of your phone (such as pictures and messages). When the phone lock code is turned on, it needs to be used every time you turn on your phone and when it has been in sleep mode.

Step 1 of 12

1. Find "Fingerprint"

Slide your finger downwards starting from the top of the screen.

Step 2 of 12

1. Find "Fingerprint"

Press the settings icon.

Step 3 of 12

1. Find "Fingerprint"

Press Security.

Step 4 of 12

1. Find "Fingerprint"

Press Fingerprint.

Step 5 of 12

2. Create phone lock code

Press CONTINUE.

Step 6 of 12

2. Create phone lock code

Press SET UP SCREEN LOCK and follow the instructions on the screen to create an extra phone lock code using your fingerprint.

Step 7 of 12

2. Create phone lock code

Press NEXT and follow the instructions on the screen to add your fingerprint.

Step 8 of 12

2. Create phone lock code

Press DONE.

Step 9 of 12

3. Turn off use of phone lock code

Press Screen lock and key in the current phone lock code.

Step 10 of 12

3. Turn off use of phone lock code

Press None.

Step 11 of 12

3. Turn off use of phone lock code

Press YES, REMOVE.

Step 12 of 12

4. Return to the home screen

Press the Home key to return to the home screen.

1. Find "Fingerprint"

Slide your finger downwards starting from the top of the screen.
Press the settings icon.
Press Security.
Press Fingerprint.

2. Create phone lock code

Press CONTINUE.
Press SET UP SCREEN LOCK and follow the instructions on the screen to create an extra phone lock code using your fingerprint.
Press NEXT and follow the instructions on the screen to add your fingerprint.
Press DONE.

3. Turn off use of phone lock code

Press Screen lock and key in the current phone lock code.
Press None.
Press YES, REMOVE.

4. Return to the home screen

Press the Home key to return to the home screen.

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