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Samsung devices support Android's built-in "Smart Lock" feature, which allows devices to be unlocked automatically when operations are performed. This includes, for example, wearer identification, trusted locations or trusted devices. If the Samsung device is identified as being near "home" or connected to the car you already know via Bluetooth, for example, it does not need to be unlocked. However, this also means that roommates, visitors or anyone else can access the device.

Android 11 | One UI 3.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Lock screen
Step 3: Tap on  Smart Lock
Step 4: Enter the current  Pattern ,  PIN  or  Password
Step 5: Select an  Option  and follow the instructions on screen
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Lock screen
  3. Tap on Smart Lock
  4. Enter the current Pattern, PIN or Password
  5. Select an Option and follow the instructions on screen
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