You have to have a passcode to unlock your phone, and the keypad is your only way to open it.
That’s not really the case for everyone.
But if you are using the same passcode for many of the things you do online, it’s very easy to fall prey to phishing scams and brute force attacks.
Read more What to do: If you do not already have a biometric passcode on your device, create one.
This is not as simple as copying and pasting a random number, but you can make your own.
Just remember that you can only use a biometrically linked passcode if you’re using an app like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
This includes both your username and password.
For example, you can create a bi-linked passcode by entering your name and password into the app.
Here’s how: Find a photo or video that you want to share on social media or in the future.
Use the app’s “share” function, and choose the photo or clip to share.
You can also choose to share the video or image to your friends and family, or to a specific friend.
Once you’ve chosen the photo you want share, you’ll see a “share this image” button that shows you a menu of options.
Here you can select “Copy” or “Paste”.
Once your “Copy”, “Past” and “Share” buttons are selected, click “Copy”.
After you’ve made the copy, click the “Copy as” button.
You’ll be prompted to enter your password to the app, and you’ll be asked for your passcode.
You don’t need to remember your password here, but it’s a good idea to check that you don’t have any security holes or passwords on your account.
When you’re done, the app will show you a list of photos and videos on your phone.
Click on each photo or link to share them.
As an added bonus, it can also detect your biometric profile, which will allow you to add a photo from your existing account, and it will automatically log the photo if you don: Have a unique passcode Have a passphrase on your profile that you use for all your Facebook and Instagram accounts, and on the password screen