The most important thing you can do to avoid unlocking your phone on a brand new Android phone is to buy a new one.

If you are one of the lucky ones, this means the device you are about to buy will have an NFC chip that allows you to tap it to unlock your phone.

If this is the case, you will want to buy an unlocked phone.

This is because the chip that is needed for unlocking your device is called an Access Point Chip, or APK.

So how does an Android phone unlock?

The APK is the software that holds your device’s operating system and data files together.

To unlock your Android device, you simply have to go to Settings > Security > Security Options > Fingerprint Sensor, and choose “Touch ID.”

This will enable you to use your fingerprint sensor to unlock the device.

Once you have unlocked your device, go to the Settings menu again and scroll down until you see “Fingerprint sensor” next to “Secure PIN.”

Tap on that and then “Confirm unlock.”

This process will take a few seconds, but once you tap the lock icon, you are ready to unlock.

The Android system will automatically unlock the phone after this step.

Once the device is unlocked, you can access it with the usual Google search bar, or by pressing the power button.

You can use this feature to quickly check for and unlock the lockscreen or to use it to set up a quick password.

If you need help unlocking your Android smartphone, be sure to visit our tutorial on how to unlock a phone.

If you have any questions about how to secure your Android handset, visit our article on how you can unlock your device with a fingerprint sensor.