With the fingerprint scan, you can use your unique fingerprints to authenticate. With Fingerprint Scan
enabled, instead of authorizing authentication requests by sliding the authorization switch up, you'll use the fingerprint
scanner built in to your mobile device to authenticate your finger.
Since accurately scanning your fingerprint requires specialized hardware on your phone or tablet, fingerprint scanning
is only available on eligible mobile devices that both come with fingerprint scanners and extend the use of that scanner
to mobile apps.
As of August 2014, the only eligible devices are the Samsung Galaxy S5 (Android) and Apple iOS8 devices with TouchID.
Setup Fingerprint Scan
Before you can begin using the fingerprint scan, ensure you have the fingerprint scanning function of your
device enabled and configured with your fingers. Next, enable the fingerprint auth factor in your LaunchKey
Mobile Authenticator settings menu by tapping the Disable/Enable on the Fingerprint
Scan settings page.
Once enabled, LaunchKey Mobile Authenticator will use your devices fingerprint scanner to authenticate your
fingerprint on all future authentication requests until Fingerprint Scan is disabled.
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way, please report that link to LaunchKey immediately and we will investigate the claim. Submit any issue to
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