Biometric security has been one of the most promising features on smartphones these days. It allows you to use face unlock or fingerprint to secure the device. However, you can use the old ways and add password on Samsung Galaxy A20.
There are few ways on how you can add security on your Samsung Galaxy A20. You may use its face unlock feature, the popular fingerprint scanner, the regular pin or the common password method.
It is important to add these security precautions to protect your personal data from unauthorized access. Aside from having that peace of mind that no one else will be able to open your Galaxy A20, adding a password should also prevent your phone from opening the screen due to accidental touches.
Apparently, password as a mode of security on devices is becoming less popular due to other added options to secure the device. This is the reason why some people might not know how to set it up on their Samsung Galaxy A20 smartphones. But setting a password as a screen lock provides a higher security on the device.
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Because of that reason, this post is created to help those users who are not aware of how to add password on Samsung Galaxy A20. If you are one of them, feel free to refer to the procedures provided below.
- Access Settings from the Home screen. Swipe up if you have not set up the apps on the main screen.
- Go to and select Lock Screen.
- Tap on Screen Lock Type.
- Tap on Password.
- Set a secure screen lock password. It must have at least 4 characters, including at least one letter.
After setting up a password on your Galaxy A20, make sure to not forget it. You may write it on a piece of paper or save on a notepad. Hope this article helps you out.
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