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    Default New to ICS version 4.04

    I've been playing with ICS for almost 24hrs now and where's the facial recognition unlock/lock screen integration?????

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    Not included for xoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CypherMax View Post
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    What a bummer :thumbdown:

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    Default Re: New to ICS version 4.04

    Quote Originally Posted by LordAndroid View Post
    What a bummer :thumbdown:

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    It really doesn't work that well any way. I used it for a while on my Nexus, but I got tired of having it fail and having to enter my pattern to unlock. I found it faster just to have pattern lock enabled since I was using that 90% of the time any way.
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    Default Re: New to ICS version 4.04

    Quote Originally Posted by LordAndroid View Post
    I've been playing with ICS for almost 24hrs now and where's the facial recognition unlock/lock screen integration?????
    You're not missing much. Used it for a month or so on my Galaxy Nexus and finally switched back to the pattern as it wasn't very secure and didn't work well in low light. My son was able to unlock my phone using his face one time.

    It also took longer to unlock using this method.
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    Default Re: New to ICS version 4.04

    It doesn't sound very stable/reliable at all.
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    The Windows version isn't any better either. It came with my Dell XPS13. I played with it for about an hour and disabled it - was totally useless.
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    It's just another gimmick honestly

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