Set Screen Lock Signature on Samsung Note 10.1

Edited by Grimm, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

You're watching VisiHow. In the video tutorial, we are going to review how to use the lock-screen signature by using the S Pen on the Samsung Note 10.1 (2014 Edition).


Steps

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    First, we need to find Settings to access "Screen lock"
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    We can find Settings using the applications folder. We need to tap the applications folder icon located in the lower right-hand corner of the screen to locate the gear-shaped Settings icon.
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    The other way to open Settings is to drag the notification panel down
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    We do it by sliding our finger down from the top of the screen. The Settings icon is gear-shaped. It is located in the right-hand corner of the notification panel.
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  3. 3
    We tap the Settings icon once to access the settings
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    We will see "Connections", "Device", "Controls", and "General".
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    We tap "Device"
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    Under "Personalization" on the left-hand panel, we will find "Lock screen".
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  5. 5
    We tap "Lock screen" once
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    The current screen lock is "None". We need to update that for better security.
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    We tap "Screen lock"
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    We tap "Signature"
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    It is a low-security protocol. To use the security and register the signature, we will have to use the S Pen. The S Pen is located on the back of the device in the top right-hand corner.
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    We pull the S Pen out
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  9. 9
    Let's create our signature
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  10. 10
    We tap "Continue"
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    We will need to write the signature two more times to confirm it.
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  11. 11
    We need to set up a backup PIN
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    This PIN is needed in case we forget the signature. For example, let's make it 0001.
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    We tap "Done" when we have finished entering the PIN
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  13. 13
    We confirm the PIN
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    The signature will be created. "Screen lock" will be set to "Signature unlock". Every time we press our power button, the lock screen will be brought up. We will need to write our signature. Let's do this now.
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  14. 14
    We press the power button once to turn off the device
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    We press the power button once more to turn on the device
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    The lock screen will read: "Write your signature on the screen with the pen to unlock." We will unlock our device by using the signature.
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Grimm

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