Jul 10th, 2020 publishUpdated   Jul 14th, 2020, 9:36 am

The Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup comes in three variations, with many of us settling with either the standard S20 or the S20 Plus. But if you just picked up your S20, you’ll want to know where to get started. Well, we’ve got you covered and here are the first things every Samsung Galaxy S20 user should do.

The great thing about many smartphones in 2020 is that there are multiple ways to keep your device locked so it remains private to you. With the Galaxy S20 lineup, there are a few ways to do this, including the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner along with the less-secure iris scanning. If you bypassed this during the initial set up, then here’s how you can set up the Biometrics on your S20:

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down and select Biometrics and security.
  3. Tap Face Recognition.
  4. Follow the steps and save.
  5. Go back to the main page.
  6. Tap Fingerprints.
  7. Follow the steps and save.

One thing to make note of, and this has been true for many devices, you might want to register your fingerprint multiple times. This helps to improve the overall accuracy, and of course, adding your thumbprint from both your dominant and non-dominant hands will make it easier to unlock in a jiffy.