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Google automatically unlock on ‘safe places’ to Android 5.0 to
Google Play Services through an update of the ‘Safe Place’ was added to smartphones with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Allows users to pinpoint their smartphone familiar places may be unlocked automatically.
Android 5.0 introduced Google ‘smart unlock’ trusted device and faces. Smart Lock makes it so possible to set trusted Bluetooth devices or NFC tags and if the unit comes near it, it is automatically unlocked. Through an update of Google Play Services is to Smartlock now “Safe Places added, as noted Tweakers.
Users can indicate on a map the location that they describe as safe and give a name. Once Google Location Service detects that the user is in that place, the Android smartphone is automatically unlocked. The user can set the ways Google Location Service must identify the location.
Who device to a ‘safe’ place still want to lock, can do this by simply screen off and on, and clicking on the lock icon. The user can also select locations as ‘safe’ are declared temporarily on or off.
Google calls the addition is not the blog piece on Google Play Services 6.5. Google uses Play Services to update its own apps and the latest update to include Maps, Drive, Wallet and Fit updated.Viewing:-94
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