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Sony Xperia X Tutorials

Sony Xperia X Tutorials

Sony Xperia X User Guide - Read Here Sony Xperia X Manual and Tutorial. You can prevent other people
from using your Sony Xperia X without your permission. For example, if your Sony Xperia X is lost, stolen, or Sony Xperia X wiped, only someone with your Google account or screen lock information can use the device. To make sure that your device is protected, it is important that you set a secure screen lock and add your Google account on your Sony Xperia X .

Sony Xperia X Tutorials

It is crucial that you remember both your screen lock information and your Google account credentials. To make sure your Sony Xperia X is protected, you can follow Sony Xperia X Tutorial here:
• Set a secure screen lock on your device, that is, a PIN, password, pattern or fingerprint screen lock to prevent anyone from resetting your device.
• Add a Google™ account to prevent others from using your device if it gets stolen and/or wiped. For more information,
• Activate either the “Protection by my Xperia” or the Android Device Manager web service. Using one of these services, you can remotely locate, lock or erase a lost device.
Verifying the ownership of your device
When your device is protected, you need to either unlock your screen with your PIN, password, pattern, or fingerprint, or enter your Google™ account information depending on the protection features you are using. Below are examples of protection features and some of the required credentials:

Sony Xperia X Factory Data Reset protection
You must unlock your screen before you are allowed to perform a Factory Data Reset.

Sony Xperia X Factory Protection by my Xperia
If you remotely reset your device using this service, you must enter the username and password for a Google™ account associated with the service. The device must be connected to the Internet before the setup process can be completed. Otherwise, you will not be able to use your device after the reset.

Sony Xperia X Android Device Manager
If you remotely reset your device using this service, you must enter the username and password for a Google account. The device must be connected to the Internet before the setup process can be completed.  Otherwise, you will not be able to use your device after the reset.
Software repair If you use the Xperia Companion software to perform a software repair, you’re asked to enter your Google account username and password when you start the device after the repair is complete.
For Android Device Manager, it is necessary to enter information from a Google™ account.

This can be any Google account which you have set up on the device. If you cannot provide the relevant account information during a setup process, you won't be able to use the device at all.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial Screen lock
There are several ways to unlock the screen. The security level of each lock type is listed below in order of weakest to strongest:
• Swipe       = no protection, but you have quick access to the Home screen.
• Pattern      =  draw a simple pattern with your finger to unlock your device.
• PIN          = enter a numeric PIN of at least four digits to unlock your device.
• Password  = enter an alpha-numeric password to unlock your device.
• Fingerprint = place your registered finger on the power key to unlock your device

It is very important that you remember your screen unlock pattern, PIN or password. If you forget this information, it may not be possible to restore important data such as contacts and messages.
If you have set up a Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® (EAS) account on your Sony Xperia X Factory reset device, the EAS security settings may limit the lock screen type to only a PIN or password.
This occurs when your network administrator specifies a specific lock screen type for all EAS accounts for enterprise security reasons. Contact the network administrator of your company or organisation to check what network security policies are implemented for mobile devices.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial create a screen lock pattern
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Screen lock > Pattern.
3 Follow the instructions in your device.
If your lock pattern is rejected five times in a row when you try to unlock your device, you must wait 30 seconds and then try again.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial change screen lock type
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Screen lock.
3 Follow the instructions in your device and select another screen lock type.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial change the screen lock pattern
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings> Security > Screen lock.
3 Draw your screen unlock pattern.
4 Tap Pattern and follow the instructions in your device.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial create a screen lock PIN
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Screen lock > PIN.
3 Enter a numeric PIN, then tap Continue.
4 Re-enter and confirm your PIN, then tap OK.
5 Follow the instructions in your device.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial create a screen lock password
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Screen lock > Password.
3 Enter a password, then tap Continue.
4 Re-enter and confirm your password, then tap OK.
5 Follow the instructions in your device.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial activate the Swipe unlock function
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Screen lock.
3 Draw your screen unlock pattern, or enter your PIN or password if one of these screen lock types is enabled.
4 Tap Swipe.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial Fingerprint unlock
You can use your fingerprint to quickly unlock your device. To use this feature, you need to register a fingerprint and enable this feature in the Fingerprint Manager first. For details on registering fingerprints, see Fingerprint Manager The PIN or password screen lock you set up serves as a backup unlock method if you enable the Fingerprint unlock option. Selecting other screen lock types will clear all fingerprint
settings.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial enable Fingerprint unlock
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Fingerprint Manager.
3 If needed verify your PIN or password.
4 Follow the instruction in your device to set up a fingerprint unlock pattern.

To unlock the device using your fingerprint
• With the lock screen active, place your finger on the power key so that the device can scan your fingerprint and unlock the screen. Make sure that you use a finger that you have registered in Fingerprint Manager.
If you fail to unlock the screen using your finger after five attempts, input your backup PIN or password.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial Fingerprint Manager
Fingerprint Manager registers fingerprint information that can be used as an additional security method for unlocking your device or authenticating purchases. You are allowed to register a maximum of 5 fingerprints on your device.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial To register a fingerprint for the first time
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Fingerprint Manager.
3 Follow the on-screen instructions to complete fingerprint registration.

If you have not set up a PIN or password as a Screen lock, Fingerprint Manager assists you with setting up a PIN or password as a security backup for your fingerprint. The fingerprint sensor is on the power key and not on the screen of your device. Before using the Fingerprint sensor, make sure the sensor is clean and without any visible moisture

Sony Xperia X Tutorial register additional fingerprints
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Fingerprint Manager.
3 Tap and then place your finger on the power key so that the device can scan your fingerprint and verify your identity. Make sure that you use a finger that you have previously registered in Fingerprint Manager.
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to register an additional fingerprint.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial delete a registered fingerprint
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Fingerprint Manager.
3 Tap the registered fingerprint, then tap Delete > Yes, remove.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial rename a registered fingerprint
1 From your Home screen, tap .
2 Find and tap Settings > Security > Fingerprint Manager.
3 Tap a registered fingerprint on the list and then enter a fingerprint name.
4 Tap OK.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial Unlocking automatically

The Smart Lock feature makes unlocking your device easier by letting you set it to unlock automatically in certain situations. You can keep your device unlocked, for example, when it’s connected to a Bluetooth® device or when you’re carrying it with you.

To prepare your device to unlock automatically, you first need to perform the following Sony Xperia X Tutorial steps in the order given here:

• Make sure you have an active Internet connection, preferably a Wi-Fi connection to limit data traffic charges.
• Make sure that all your apps are updated using the Play Store™ application in order to ensure that the Google Play services app is updated. Having an up-to-date Google Play™ services app ensures that you can use the latest Smart Lock features.
• Enable Smart Lock.
• Set when you want your device to unlock automatically.

The Smart Lock feature is developed by Google™ and the exact functionality may change over time due to updates from Google The Smart Lock feature may not be available in every market, country or region.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial enable Smart Lock
1 Make sure that you’ve set a pattern, PIN or password for your screen lock.
2 From your Home screen, tap .
3 Find and tap Settings > Security > Trust agents.
4 Drag the slider beside Smart Lock (Google) to the right.
5 Tap the back arrow next to Trust agents.
6 Find and tap Smart Lock.
7 Enter your pattern, PIN or password. You need to enter this screen lock any time you want to change your Smart Lock settings.
8 Select a Smart Lock type.

Sony Xperia X Tutorial Setting when to keep the device automatically unlocked
You can set Smart Lock to keep your device unlocked using the following settings:
• Trusted devices — Keep your device unlocked when a trusted Bluetooth® device is connected.
• Trusted places — Keep your device unlocked when you're in a trusted location.
• On-body detection — Keep your device unlocked when you're carrying your device with you.
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