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How to use Smart Lock on the Samsung Galaxy S7

Your voice, location, or smartwatch can help you unlock your phone quicker!

They don't call it a smartphone for nothing! The Galaxy S7 lets you set up certain trusted voices, locations, or bluetooth devices that will allow you to circumvent the S7's lock. This is not only a neat feature but an extremely useful and customizable one.

How to set up a trusted device for Smart Lock on the Galaxy S7

Setting up a trusted device will allow you to circumvent your phone's lock whenever it is paired with that device.

  1. Launch the settings app from your Home screen or the app drawer.
  2. Tap on the Lock screen and security button.
  3. Tap on Secure lock settings.

  4. Tap on Smart Lock.
  5. Enter your password, pin, or pattern.
  6. Tap on Trusted devices.

  7. Tap on Add trusted device.
  8. Tap on Bluetooth.
  9. Tap on the device you want to be trusted.

  10. Tap on Yes, Add.

How to set up a trusted place for Smart Lock on the Galaxy S7

A trusted place will allow you to circumvent the lock you have on your Galaxy S7 when you are physically at that specified location.

  1. Launch the settings app from your Home screen or the app drawer.
  2. Tap on the Lock screen and security button.
  3. Tap on Secure lock settings.

  4. Tap on Smart Lock.
  5. Enter your password, pin, or pattern.
  6. Tap on Trusted places.

  7. Tap Add trusted place.
  8. Tap Yes to allow access to GPS.
  9. Tap the search button. It's the magnifying glass in the top right corner.

  10. Type in the location you want.
  11. Tap on Select this location
  12. Tap OK

    Type in the locations you want, tap on select this location, and then tap OK.

How to turn on On-body detection for Smart Lock on the Galaxy S7

On-body detection mode will use the accelerometer in your S7 to determine when you are carrying your phone around in your hand, pocket, or even bag. Fair warning, it's not always an accurate feature because it tries to use data to determine how you walk so that it can tell who is carrying it. If you are really concerned about your privacy this option is not the best for you.

  1. Launch the settings app from your Home screen or the app drawer.
  2. Tap on the Lock screen and security button.
  3. Tap on Secure lock settings.

  4. Tap on Smart Lock.
  5. Enter your password, pin, or pattern.
  6. Tap On-body detection.

  7. Read the information on the screen.
  8. Tap the On/Off switch.
  9. TapContinue.

How to set up a trusted voice for Smart Lock on the Galaxy S7

A trusted voice allows you to use the Ok Google feature to unlock your phone and Google search whatever you want.

  1. Launch the settings app from your Home screen or the app drawer.
  2. Tap on the Lock screen and security button.
  3. Tap on Secure lock settings.

  4. Tap on Smart Lock.
  5. Enter your password, pin, or pattern.
  6. Tap on Trusted voice.

  7. Tap on the On/Off switch next to the From any screen option. You will need to be logged in to a google account on your phone in order to do this.
  8. Tap on Get Started.
  9. Follow the on-screen instructions.

  10. Tap Finish.
  11. Tap on the On/Off switch next to the Trusted voice option.
  12. Tap on OK.

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What is Smart Lock and how do I use it?

 

 

What is Smart lock?

 

Google Smart Lock works with your devices using Android and/or Google to remember your passwords (including Android smartphones, Chrome and apps, and Chromebooks)   

 

It has a number of different functionalities, including allowing you to set security bypasses in certain places or when you connect to certain devices, allowing you to skip your screen lock type giving you quicker access to your device.

 

 

 

 

Smart Lock is a feature of devices running Lollipop and Marshmallow. Click here to find out how to check which OS version you have on your device.

 

1. To access Smart Lock on a device running Marshmallow:

 

(scroll down to step 2 see how to enable Smart Lock on a device running Lollipop)

 

1.1. From the home screen, select Apps.

 

 

1.2. Select Settings.

 

 

1.3. Select Lock screen and security.

 

 

1.4. Select Secure lock settings. Note: if this option is not there, you will need to set a screen lock.

 

 

1.5. Select Smart Lock.

 

 

 

A list will now appear displaying the Smart Lock options. See step 3 for how to use the Smart Lock options.

 

 

 

2. To enable Smart Lock on a device running Lollipop:

 

 

2.1. From the home screen, select Apps.

 

2.2. Select Settings.

 

2.3 Select Security (you may need to scroll down a little)

 

  

 

2.4 Select Trust Agents under Advanced (scroll to the end)

 

 

 

2.5 Toggle the Smart Lock (Google) to on, then press the back button

 

 

 

2.6 An option for Smart Lock will now appear under the Advanced section in Settings. Tap Smart Lock.

 

 

 

2.8 Enter your pin, pattern or password (or create one as prompted)

 

 

 

2.9 A list will now appear displaying the Smart Lock options.

 

3. Setting your Smart Lock options

 

Trusted devices

 

This will allow you to connect to selected devices automatically. These devices can include smart watches, car Bluetooth or NFC stickers.

To add a new trusted device, select Add trusted device and follow the steps.

 

 

 

Trusted places

This will allow you to save locations such as home or work. When in these locations, you won’t have to enter your screen lock to unlock your screen.

 

To add a new trusted place:

1. Select Add trusted place.

 

 

2. Choose your current location, or move the map to the location you’d like. Tap Select this location.

 

 

 

To remove a location

1. Select the location you’d like to remove.

 

 

2. Select Turn off this location.

 

  

 

Trusted voice

Once set up, Trusted voice allows you to use “OK Google” without having to unlock your device.

“OK Google” is a voice search function on Android devices. It also will perform other functions on your device such as reading your text messages for you, or setting an alarm.

 

On-body detection

Having this activated will mean that your device will stay unlocked when you’re holding your device, or carrying it in your pocket or handbag.

To turn it on or off,  tap the switch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Frustrated unlocking your Samsung Galaxy S8? Enable Google Smart Lock

ZDNet's Adrian Kingsley-Hughes posted an article on Friday asserting that the Samsung Galaxy S8 has a major design flaw. He included statements from reviewers across the internet who universally lament the placement of the fingerprint sensor.

After spending more than two weeks with the Galaxy S8 Plus, I can confirm the fingerprint sensor is not positioned in the best location and often makes unlocking the Galaxy S8 an exercise in frustation. Adrian brought up a good point about regular fingerprint failures and the process to unlock causing an impact on productivity.

You could also try the iris scanner, which is secure and works well most of the time. But while it works OK for me, I'm not a real fan of having to hold my phone up so high in front of my face when I am on the train or walking around the city. I feel self-conscious doing it, as if I am taking lots of selfies or photos of those sitting across from me when I hold my phone up in this manner.

Thankfully, Google includes another option for Android smartphone owners. Given my frustrations with the current S8, I dove into my settings to further explore and enable Google Smart Lock. I highly recommend you check out Google Smart Lock on your Galaxy S8, as there are several options for using the technology in your phone to enable a more intelligent locking process.

Keep in mind, these Smart Lock options may reduce the level of security as they offer different strategies to keep your phone in an unlocked phase. The most secure approach is to always lock your phone, but for many of us who use our phones as a vital tool we rarely let it out of our sight and don't need to lock it every single time we are not actively using it.

On-body detection

This is one option I have never tried before and may also be the least secure Smart Lock option. After enabling this mode, your phone will remain unlocked while you hold it or carry it with you. If your phone is with you and unlocked and then is stolen without being set down, the thief may get full access to your phone.

I'm curious to hear of other experiences with this mode to find out how well it does at remaining unlocked while being carried in your pocket. Can Android really determine when you are carrying it or when you happen to lay down with it in your pocket while still carrying it? I will have to test out this mode more before giving up other methods of securing my device.

Trusted places

When you select this option, your Android phone opens Google Maps and lets you select places to add as "safe zones" where your phone will remain unlocked. I currently only have my house selected as a trusted place.

When you add a trusted place, your device should remain unlocked within a radius of up to 80 meters from that designated location.

Trusted devices

I've used this mode in the past with Android Wear watches and now have it setup to work with my Samsung Gear S3 Frontier smartwatch. Trusted devices include devices connected via Bluetooth and also NFC tags that you setup and scan with your phone.

Trusted devices can be watches, headphones, other Bluetooth gear, and NFC stickers you position.

Trusted voice

The Trusted voice option is associated with Google Assistant and its voice detection system. I don't think this works that well with the Samsung Galaxy S8, as I cannot ever get Google Assistant to launch on the S8 Plus unless the phone is plugged in and charging or the display is on. With the LG G6 I can just state OK Google any time to have it launch, but not with the S8.

While one method may not perform as you desire, you can easily enable all four of these modes in Google Smart Lock. I enabled on-body detection, added my home as a trusted place, added my Samsung Gear S3 Frontier as a trusted device, and enabled the trusted voice option on Friday after reading Adrian's article.

My weekend was spent in Galaxy S8 Plus unlock bliss as these methods worked and meant I had a seamless experience in picking up and using my phone. I simply picked up the phone and pressed on the virtual home screen button to start using the phone with no other steps required. The frustration that I experienced before was gone and I plan to keep using Google Smart Lock.

If you want to use the fingerprint sensor to unlock your phone every time, then I recommend using a case that will help you target the proper area next to the camera. I've been using Caseology, Speck, Tech31, and VRS Design cases and find they do help me hit the fingerprint sensor much better than when the S8 Plus is naked.

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How to Set the Smart Lock on Samsung Phone

Most people like to secure smartphones with screen lock.So do I.However,Screen lock may be inconvenient in some time.If we urgent to make a phone call, it seems redundant.It is moreover annoying that we have to enter password/pattern every time we turn on the screen.Smart Lock is a new feature on Samsung devices later than Galaxy S5,which can automatically unlock your mobile device as long as you are at trusted location or using your phone on trusted device.Galaxy S7 currently enables users to set up Trusted devices,Trusted places,Trusted voice and On-body detection.Follow the steps below and see how to do it.

Part 1:How to Set up a Trusted Device for Smart Lock

Step 1.Tap”Settings” on Home screen or Notification Bar.Step 2.Go to “Lock screen and security” > “Secure lock settings” > “Smart Lock”.Step 3.Draw the current pattern or enter current password/pin.Step 4.Tap “Trusted devices” > “ADD TRUSTED DEVICE” > “Bluetooth” or “NFC”.Step 5.Select the device you want to trust,and tap “YES, ADD”

You can set your trusted devices,such as Bluetooth watch,car Bluetooth system,an NFC sticker on the phone dock in your car and so on.Once your Samsung phone detects the trusted device,it will keep unlocked.

Part 2:How to Set up a Trusted Place for Smart Lock

Step 1.Tap”Settings”on Home screen or Notification Bar.Step 2.Go to “Lock screen and security” > “Secure lock settings” > “Smart Lock”.Step 3.Draw the current pattern or enter current password/pin.Step 4.Tap “Trusted places” > “Add trusted place”.Step 5.Choose “YES” to allow access to GPS and pick a place.You can position your home or company,so the device will stay unlocked when it detects via GPS that you are at these places.

Part 3:How to Set up On-body Detection for Smart Lock

Step 1.Launch “Settings” app on Home screen or Notification Bar.Step 2.Go to “Lock screen and security” > “Secure lock settings” > “Smart Lock”.Step 3.Draw the current pattern or enter current password/pin.Step 4.Tap “On-body detection”.Step 5.Switch “On” the bar.

This function allows you phone to stay unlocked when it’s being held or carried by you.However,from where I stand,I don’t think this is good for protecting your privacy,because it cannot detect whether it’s exactly you who is using the device.Thus,it’s not recommended to keep this option on.

Part 4:How to Set up a Trusted Voice for Smart Lock

Step 1.Launch “Settings” app on Home screen or Notification Bar.Step 2.Go to “Lock screen and security” > “Secure lock settings” > “Smart Lock”.Step 3.Draw the current pattern or enter current password/pin.Step 4.Tap “Trusted voice”.Step 5.Toggle on the “From any screen” switch.You will need to log in your Google account to do the next.Step 6.Tap the “Get Started” button and follow the instructions,and then tap “FINISH”.Step 7.Turn on the “Trusted voice” switch.

As long as you set up voice recognition,your Samsung phone keeps unlocked by detecting that it’s you who is speaking.I personally regard this option as the best choice,for nobody can pretend the voice of yours.

Part 5:How to Remove Screen Lock

Way 1.Try to unlock your device with Google Account.Way 2.Restore Phone to Factory Resetting.Way 3.Remove Screen lock with Android Data Recovery.

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Unlock Your Mobile Device Automatically

Screen lock keeps our phones safe but sometimes when I am in a secure environment, I should like to spare the trouble of unlocking the phone repeatedly. And Smart Lock on Samsung, which can automatically unlock Samsung devices in trusted place or with trusted voice/trusted device/on-body detection, is designed to fill the need. If Smart Lock is still new to you, follow this tutorial to set up Smart Lock on your Samsung Galaxy S5/S6/S7/S8/J7 to unlock phone screen easier and faster.

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What is Smart Lock?

Smart Lock is first introduced by Google to Android Lollipop 5.0. Android device running on Android Lollipop/Marshmallow/Nougat and above, such as Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, S7, S6, S5, J7, have Smart Lock feature built in. There are four ways to use Smart Lock on Samsung devices.

On-body detection: keep your Galaxy phone unlocked when you are carrying the phone in your hand, pocket, purse.

Trusted device: unlock your Galaxy phone with Bluetooth/NFC devices.

Trusted place: keep your Galaxy device unlocked at home, workplace or other locations that you have added as trusted places.

Trust voice:use voice recognition to unlock your phone. Just say OK Google to unlock the phone.

Click one of the above link to jump to the detailed introduction of the corresponding Smart Lock option.

On-body Detection: How It Works and How to Use

By using the accelerometer on your Samsung S8/S7/S6/S5, On-body detection enables the phone to detect continuous movement. When On-body detection is on, once you unlock your phone, it will stay unlocked until it is locked and motionless. You can turn on On-body detection on Samsung in these steps.

  1. Go to Settings > Lock screen and security > Secure lock settings > Smart Lock.

  2. Enter your pin, passcode, pattern.

  3. Choose On-body detection and toggle on the button.

  4. The phone will warn you that On-body detection can't distinguish between you and some else so there will be arisk that someone may access your phone when it is unlocked.

  5. Tap Continue to enable On-body detection smart lock on your Samsung.

  6. When you don't need the feature, you can follow the above steps to turn off On-body detection.

Some users concern about battery drain after enabling On-body detection. In fact, it should not be a concern. I have tried the feature on Samsung Galaxy S7 for several days and haven't noticed any effect on battery.

Use Trusted Devices to Unlock Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5

By adding a trusted device, such as Bluetooth watches, fitness trackers, or car speaker systems to your S8/S7/S6/S5, your phone will keep unlocked when the device is connected.

  1. Tap Settings > Lock screen and security > Secure lock settings > Smart Lock.

  2. Enter your pin, passcode, pattern.

  3. Choose Trusted devices > Add Trusted Device.

  4. You can then choose to add a Bluetooth device or NFC device.(You need to enable Bluetooth or NFC on your Samsung phone to add a Bluetooth/NFC device.)

  5. Choose the device and tap Yes when a pop-up asking if you would like to add a trusted device.

If you don't the device to unlock your phone later, you can choose the device and tap Remove Trusted Device to remove the device.

Use Trusted Place to Unlock Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5

You can choose a location, such as your home, as a trusted place, where your phone can stay unlocked when it is in there. But you should notice that a trusted place has a range of up to 80 meters. So your device may remainunlocked when you are out of the house. To set up trusted places on your Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5, follow these steps.

Tip: To set up trusted places, you need to enable your Galaxy phone's location on Settings > Location and turn on high accuracy or battery-saving location mode.

  1. Open Settings > Lock screen and security > Secure lock settings > Smart Lock.

  2. Enter your pin, passcode, pattern.

  3. Choose Trusted Places.

  4. Tap Home and select the location of your home. Or tap Add trusted place to choose a location from Map as the trusted place.

  5. Your phone will remain unlocked in the trusted places.

If Trusted places do not work on your Lollipop/Marshmallow/Nougat Samsung device, make sure that you have enabled WiFi and set location in high accuracy mode. And instead of entering your precise location, choose the location that Google Map pinpoints.

Unlock Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5 with OK Google

By adding a trusted voice, you can use Ok Google to unlock your Galaxy phone, do Google search and more. To use trusted voice to unlock your phone, please:

  1. Open Settings > Lock screen and security > Secure lock settings > Smart Lock.

  2. Enter your pin, passcode, pattern.

  3. Choose Trusted voice to set up voice recognition.

  4. Toggle on Say OK Google any time and follow the instruction to help the phone to recognize your voice.

  5. Toggle on Trusted voice. You are all set.

What If Smart Lock Not Working

If Smart Lock doesn't work on your device or you could not find the smart lock menu. Make sure you have done the following thing.

  1. Go to Lock Screen and Security > Other security settings > Trusted agents;

  2. Toggle on Smart Lock.

Also with Smart Lock, when you don't use your phone for 4 hours or after your phone restarts, you'll need to manually unlock your phone with your PIN, pattern, or password.

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Verizon Wireless V740 ExpressCard

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Sierra Wireless AirCard® 580

Luge™ by Motorola Prepaid

Nokia 2705 Shade™ Non-Camera

Motorola RAZR V3m in Gray

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Verizon Wireless PC770 2-in-1 Card and ExpressCard®

HP® Mini 110-3098NR Netbook

Compaq® Mini CQ10-688nr Netbook

HP® Mini 311-1037NR Netbook

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