Locking your phone is a staple way to secure physical entry into your phone each and everyday. It’s the most popular way of making sure not just anyone can just pick up your phone and use it unhindered. The Galaxy S7 has some great features that allowing you to customize how locking your phone works, to best fit the way you use your phone.
Fingerprint sensors are becoming the standard nowadays on any flagship phone, and the Samsung Galaxy S7 is no different. It allows you to set other lock screen options such as a pattern, pin, or password for your S7 with the convenience of simply using your fingerprint to unlock, make purchases, or even sign-in to websites.
Do you ever wish that you could make phone calls right from your wrist? How about being able to answer an incoming call with the tablet that in your hand instead of running to your phone in the other room? With AT&T’s NumberSync those dreams can come true.
A wireless plan is a lot like a good pair of jeans. When they fit perfectly you barely even know you are wearing them. However, when they are uncomfortable, fading, and full of holes it leaves you feeling frustrated with your butt hanging out in the wind.
In today’s world were unforgiving multi-year phone contracts run rampant and wireless plans that cost more than first-class planes tickets are everywhere, it’s no surprise that people are turning to prepaid phone plans.
Although it may be tempting to believe there is a magical presence inside your phone updating the numbers and moving your progress bars around, it's actually happening because of a process we call syncing.