Samsung Galaxy S10 Unlock Hack (WARNING)



The Samsung Galaxy S10 features in-display fingerprint unlock and face unlock. After some testing I’d suggest using fingerprint unlock exclusively. The simple hack in this video defeats the face unlock security. If convenience is your priority face unlock will work but understand the potential consequences. Which unlocking style would you use on the new Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus?

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43 Replies to “Samsung Galaxy S10 Unlock Hack (WARNING)”

  1. petr petr Petr

    Dont say you dont have video on internet… Solution is that I will record you… just few second from my phone and then i will zoom that video and put it in loop for 1 minute…….. This is 100% unsecured and should be this function removed from the phone and release security update immediately…

  2. Abayomi Sofoluwe

    I can confidently refer y'all to @PRIVATEHACK22 on instagram
    because he was able to help me HACK at a reasonable price
    stop wasting you time on videos just like i was doing.
    contact him now……

  3. Abayomi Sofoluwe

    I can confidently refer y'all to @PRIVATEHACK22 on instagram
    because he was able to help me HACK at a reasonable price
    stop wasting you time on videos just like i was doing.
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  4. Pirate Modz

    Well, what are they gonna do in my phone…. try to bypass my Applock…. get lost. Oh wait, go to recovery mode…. I FUCKEN DISABLED FACTORY RESET. And even if you do reset it, have fun with Facotry Reset Protection. You are not using my phone either way.

    Edit: Oh yeah, btw my password is 13 digits long with everything (symbols, numbers, and etc). And if they take it to best buy to reset it, I will have a lost phone message (which also disables shutdown, restart, and emergency mode and adds a second password and disables face unlock, so in the end they will have two passwords to crack). Have fun!

    I thought about everything. Unless you are some infamous hacker, my phone can't be used without me unlocking it. But wait… if you type my password wrong three times, it disables every other method of unlocking except password.

  5. Ilestun

    2D optical fingerprint sensor also can be fooled by a picture. It's certainly more difficult to get a picture of your fingerprint than a picture of your face but still……..people caring about security won't use either of both.

  6. kyedav

    I've still got the S8 and haven't used face recognition since day 1. Fingerprint scanner and iris scan is good enough.
    Face recognition is only software which tries to find your face using the camera module, of a picture its got saved of you from when you set it up. Say its coded to unlock when the face is 95% recognised, it'll still unlock with an image just because theres no sensors, etc scanning for 3rd dimentional objects to make sure its not an image, etc. Never understood why it was released in the first place as a "security measure" when it never has been.

  7. Sai Suddhir Anand

    Hey I think ur wrong , cause samsung has already given an option to switch off faster recognition in settings so that it may reduce the possibility of being unlocked with a video or photo. U can verify this by entering security > lock screen > swipe below and u get a face recognition option > read the instructions of faster recognition and disable it for a safer unlock . Hope u would confess that there is no hack warning through video unlock in samsung.

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