Android and Chrome OS: Practical Smart Lock is discontinued – unlocks Chromebooks via smartphone

Android and Chrome OS: Practical Smart Lock is discontinued - unlocks Chromebooks via smartphone
Android

Google has been working on both operating systems for a long time Android And Chrome OS They were brought together across different bridges and synchronization processes. In the course of this smart lock, which enables the Chromebook to unlock via the smartphone and thus saves the login. It is now announced that this functionality will soon be removed without being replaced.


Android ChromeOS

Not only has file exchange between Android smartphones and Chromebooks made possible in recent years, but the security and unlocking of devices has also been improved. With smart lock Chrome OS users may be able to save themselves by unlocking a Chromebook if it is connected to an unlocked Android smartphone via Bluetooth. Anyone who has used both classes of device should know this and probably find it very convenient.

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But Google has now unofficially announced that it will discontinue this tracing function for reasons that are not yet known. However, the above statement is very clear and unambiguous of obligation. So far, there is no known timetable and there probably won’t be an alternative. Because what’s more convenient than not having to unlock your Chromebook at all? None, so it will be deleted without replacement.

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