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    How to set up a signature for unlocking Android based Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1?

    I have purchased new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 last week for my office purpose. I read in its review that it is possible to set up a signature lock. What steps should I set up my signature as a lock pattern?

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    AndroidExpert AndroidExpert is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to set up a signature for unlocking Android based Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1?

    At first, open up the application list available on your tablet. Then, navigate through that list and tap the ‘Settings’ option. The settings option will be listed on the screen afterwards from which hit the ‘Security’ option. You can then find ‘Screen Lock’ option in security settings. Tap on that option and hit ‘Signature’ from the set of lock patterns available on the screen. After that, choose ‘Set it up’ option for typing the signature. Draw your signature into the given space and tap the ‘Continue’ option. You need to perform this step three times for setting up the signature unlock. Finally, finish the set up for secondary unlock pattern.

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    mithu ashi mithu ashi is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to set up a signature for unlocking Android based Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1?

    To set up a signature for unlocking Android based Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 follow these steps:-
    - Go to home screen.
    - Select applications.
    - Tap on settings option.
    - Select the security option.
    - Tap on screen lock option.
    - Select the signature option.
    - Hit the set it up option.
    - Type/draw the signature in the space given.
    - Tap on continue option.
    - After that your setting up signature is unlocked.
    - To unlock secondary pattern finish the set up.
    - You are done.

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    sai charan sai charan is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to set up a signature for unlocking Android based Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1?

    Hello friend,


    I will help you to solve your problem,don't worry just follow as i say.

    1.Firstly go to the main menu of your device.

    2.And then go to the option of 'Settings' tab.

    3.later go for the option of 'Security' tab.

    4.Now scroll down and go for the option of 'Set Screen Lock' tab.

    5.Then go for the option of selecting the lock type as 'Signature' tab.

    6.There go for the option of giving the signature for three time and after completion of the process you will get the option to set another password that is secondary password to it .If the signature goes wrong then you can unlock your device using this.


    Hope it is helpful to you................

    All the best.............................................. .......


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    sumitnath sumitnath is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to set up a signature for unlocking Android based Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1?

    Hi friends....

    signature for unlocking Android based Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

    Follow the steps below--

    -->Open the home page from the device .

    -->Click the menu option .

    -->Select the setting option .

    -->Click the ‘Security’ option.

    -->Then find ‘Screen Lock’ option in security settings.

    -->Tap on that option and hit ‘Signature’ from the set of lock patterns available on the screen.

    -->Choose ‘Set it up’ option for typing the signature.

    -->Draw your signature into the given space .

    -->Then tap the ‘Continue’ option.

    -->Then need to perform this step three times for setting up the signature unlock.

    -->Finally, finish the set up for secondary unlock pattern.

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