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Enable Fingerprint Screen

Introduction

During onboarding, after setting the passcode, this screen may follow if fingerprint is enabled on the device. Users can choose to enable fingerprint so that later the mobile app can be unlocked using the fingerprint. Inside the flow component, the button on this screen is titled SKIP FINGERPRINT and provides logic to skip enabling fingerprint. This can also be customized in your mobile application.

Enable Fingerprint Screen

Examples

val screen = EnableFingerprintScreen(getTargetContext())
val css = EnableFingerprintScreenSettings.Builder()
        .setSkipButtonVisible(true)
        .setEnableButtonVisible(false)
        .setSkipButtonText("Skip for now")
        .setEnableButtonText("Skip Fingerprint")
        .setDetailText("Detailed information")
        .setTitle("Title")
        .build()
screen.initialize(css)
EnableFingerprintScreen screen = new EnableFingerprintScreen(getTargetContext());
EnableFingerprintScreenSettings css = new EnableFingerprintScreenSettings.Builder()
        .setSkipButtonVisible(true)
        .setEnableButtonVisible(false)
        .setSkipButtonText("Skip for now")
        .setEnableButtonText("Skip Fingerprint")
        .setDetailText("Detailed information")
        .setTitle("Title")
        .build();
screen.initialize(css);

Last update: August 12, 2020