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A hacker might be able to crack your mobile device's password with his expertise. You, on the other hand, are practically hard to recreate. Your fingerprints and, more especially, your face.
In fact, your fingerprint scan has a one in 50,000 susceptible to hacking, and your Face ID has a one in a million chance of being hacked.
Here are few tips for Face ID repair:
1. Restart your phone:
When your Face ID stops functioning, the first thing you should do is restart your smartphone. As it has the ability to fix a minor software problem that is causing the problem.
2. Make sure there are no other faces around you:
Face ID may not work properly if you're trying to use it on a bustling street or in a crowded place with multiple faces in the line of your smartphone's cameras and sensors.
If you're in a crowded area, such as a city street, try to use Face ID in a more private location.
3. Set up Face ID again:
You may reset your Face ID by going to Settings Face ID & Passcode and tapping Reset Face ID. Then tap Set up Face ID and configure the new ID.