Samsung begins to send a security update to solve the problem of Galaxy S10 and the Note 10!

Samsung has announced about the start sending out a security update new to phones Galaxy S10 Galaxy Note 10 which defines the cell in the sensor fingerprints have led to the ease of penetration during the past few weeks.

سامسونج تبدأ في إرسال تحديث أمني لحل مشكلة جالكسي S10 و نوت 10Samsung begins to send a security update to solve the problem of Galaxy S10 and Note 10

Comes this news according to Reuters, after the spread of many cases of breakthrough insight after the discovery of one of the users of Galaxy S10 problem called to cancel the phone lock when you use the adhesive protection of the company other than those provided by Samsung.

Stretched problem Galaxy S10 to be discovered on a series Galaxy S10 and Note 10 when using the adhesive to protect the company, or even when you put a plastic sheet on the screen without the adhesive protection.

For her part, didn’t deny Samsung the problem and issued a statement about it, explaining how the sensor fingerprint in the phone you may have to recognize a fingerprint recorded accurately.

According to this statement, the smartphone Galaxy S10 and Note 10 incorrectly displays “three-dimensional patterns in some cases to protect the screen made of silicon as the fingerprints for the users”.

Which form of danger to protect users ‘ data, so it came ‘to the fact that some banks have started to ban Samsung phones affected and ceased to accept the deal with the users via their apps installed on phones Galaxy that there’s a glitch.

And now Samsung has announced about the start sending update new phones Galaxy S10 and Note 10 to fix this bug, so if you are from users of the phones mentioned will be up to you update through the days and forget to update immediately.

Join us in the comments have you encountered anyone problem the footprint of this on his smart phone, so they told us when it seems the new update in the access to you.

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