OneDrive it has been updated a few hours ago on Android. The Microsoft solution for the cloud storage reaches version XXX, and among all the new developments presented a particularly useful and eye-catching: already you can access OneDrive through facial recognition (apart from the imprint).
Safety is a fundamental premise todaywhen it’s in our devices store ever more data of a sensitive nature. But there is no access with maximum security smartphone if after we leave the storage in the cloud unprotected. Microsoft has fixed in OneDrive.
Set up the face unlock
Just download OneDrive from the Google Play Store in the latest version to be able to make use of the face unlock, yes, you will need to have a phone that supports this feature, something not uncommon today, at least among the most popular models.
Until now, biometric security was represented by the unlock with fingerprint and now it is our face which can serve as a form of release.
To enable the face unlock we have access to the “Settings” within OneDrive and look for the section “Access code”where we select that we want to use an access code to log on. We set up a passcode of 6 digits and from that moment, OneDrive offers us two options to start the application if we “Using biometrics to authenticate”.
We can use the face unlock with the phone or if you prefer the unlock by fingerprint. In case of failure, we can always make use of the numerical code that we have established.
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