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How to remove fingerprints from Touch ID
Touch ID can sometimes be a mixed bag and if you find some prints just not working, it may be best to delete them and start over — assuming you've already tried retraining Touch ID with no success. To wipe the slate clean and start over, you just need to remove all your prints. Here's how:
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- 03-31-2014, 12:46 PM #2
Re: How to remove fingerprints from Touch ID
I don't think prints go bad and rarely in the commercial Biometric Finger print readers go bad either. I think like I do even over training the print with some success, I use a micro fiber cloth and gently without pushing down on the home button just wipe off any grease, grime, dirt or anything that might be built up. I wipe mine off at least 2-3 times during the course of a full day and when I put my every day driver to bed at night when I hit the sack, I wipe the screen and Touch ID pad.
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