How to set up Google Smart Lock on Android device

Google Smart Lock, a feature for Android devices that was implemented a few years ago, has been around for a few years. If you are continually having to unlock your cellphone by inputting the pin or passcode, this feature will come in handy. This feature can be accessed in a variety of ways.

When you take the smartphone out of your pocket, you won’t have to input the pin or passcode again thanks to On-body Detection. If Trusted Devices is enabled, you can allow other devices you trust to unlock those devices without having to input a password. The Trusted Places feature allows users to designate a location, which can be a house, office, or anything else, where the passcode is not required.

We will show you how to set up and enable the Google Smart Lock feature on your Android smartphone in this step-by-step guide.

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How to set up Google Smart Lock on an Android device

Step 1: Open the Settings application on your Android smartphone.

Step 2: When the Settings app opens, go to the “Security” option.

Step 3: As the “Security” page loads, select the “Advanced settings” option.

Step 4: Now, from the list of all the options, select the “Smart Lock” feature.

Step 5: You will now be asked to enter the passcode or another screen lock.

Step 6: Now, choose either “On-body detection, Trusted places, or Trusted devices” as per your choice.

Step 7: Once that is done, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

Using Google Smart Lock on Your Android Device

The Google Smart Lock function on your Android smartphone has now been enabled once you complete the procedures outlined above. You may share passwords between devices in addition to rapidly accessing them. If you do not want this feature enabled, you may disable it in your Google account settings.