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For many people, Face ID is nothing short of a revelation: It allows you to sign in to your iPhone, various apps and services, and even make secure purchases without any effort other than looking at your phone. Of course, Face ID is not without its s...

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For many people, Face ID is nothing short of a revelation: It allows you to sign in to your iPhone, various apps and services, and even make secure purchases without any effort other than looking at your phone. Of course, Face ID is not without its shortcomings, and at times it may Face ID not working in iPhone and not unlock what you were trying to access. Fortunately, it’s also easy to fix.

How to fix your Face ID
If you’re frustrated and muttering, “My Face ID won’t work,” don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Here are some solutions to try.

RESTART YOUR IPHONE
Our first suggestion is simple: Reboot your device and enter your password. Now try to use Face ID again.

CHECK FOR UPDATES
If restarting your device doesn’t work, make sure your iPhone is updated to the latest version of iOS.

Plug your device into a charger and connect to Wi-Fi.
Go to Settings > General and tap Software update.
If a software update is available, tap Install Now.
If you prefer to install the operating system overnight, tap Install Tonight. Make sure to connect your device to power and Wi-Fi before you go to sleep.

CHECK YOUR FACE ID SETTINGS
If all the updates are installed and Face ID still doesn’t work, check your settings.

Go to settings.
Select Face ID and password. Enter your access code if prompted.
Make sure Face ID is set up and turned on.

DO NOT BLOCK THE TRUEDEPTH CAMERA
Face ID works through the True Depth camera, which is the lens on the front of your phone. This camera projects thousands of invisible points to create a map and infrared image of your face. If it is blocked, it will not be able to correctly recognize your facial features.

Check if your screen protector or case is interfering with the camera. Also, carefully clean any dust or dirt from this area and confirm that you are not covering the lens with your finger or palm when you try to use it.

RESET FACE ID
If your iPhone’s facial recognition still doesn’t work, try resetting it and then set it up again.

  • Go to Settings > Face ID & Passcode. Enter your access code if prompted.
  • Tap Reset Face ID.
  • Tap Set up Face ID.
  • Holding your device upright, tap Get Started.
  • Slowly move your head to complete the circle. Tap Accessibility Options if you can’t move your head.
  • When the first Face ID scan is complete, tap Continue.
  • Slowly move your head to complete the circle again.
  • When Face ID setup is complete, tap Done.
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We discuss troubleshooting black screens in Windows 10 with some basic troubleshooting tips. But sometimes Windows 10 won’t boot due to problems with the master boot record. In these cases, it is necessary to make repairs to the master boot record to...

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We discuss troubleshooting black screens in Windows 10 with some basic troubleshooting tips. But sometimes Windows 10 won’t boot due to problems with the master boot record. In these cases, it is necessary to make repairs to the master boot record to get everything working again. Fortunately, the Windows 10 recovery environment includes an automated option to do just that. And if that doesn’t work, you can do it manually at the command prompt. Read on to find out how. The good news is that there are some solutions for a frozen start menu in Windows 10. Some of them are easy; others are more complicated. You can try the top four solutions below, from simply closing programs to messing around with Microsoft’s Windows Media Creation Tool. Here are the details. https://www.not-working.co/windows-1...

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Whether you’ve forgotten your password or think your account has been hacked, in this step-by-step guide we’ll show you how to recover your Facebook account. Facebook offers several automated ways to recover your account. Most of them depend on the i...

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Whether you’ve forgotten your password or think your account has been hacked, in this step-by-step guide we’ll show you how to recover your Facebook account.

Facebook offers several automated ways to recover your account. Most of them depend on the information you entered and validated when you set up your account. If you haven’t, or if the information is out of date, the chances of you being able to regain access to your account are slim.

However, we will show you an option for when all other recovery methods fail.

Use an alternate email address or phone number to sign in
You may be able to log back into your Facebook account using an alternate email address or mobile phone number listed on your account.
If you don’t know what alternative information you have:
Using a computer or mobile phone that you have previously used to log in to your Facebook account, go to Facebook.com/Login/Identify and follow the instructions.
Learn how to reset your password once you log back into your account.

Try to regain access to your email account
If you signed up for Facebook with an email address, you can try contacting your email service provider to recover your email account.
To get started, check your email login screen for an option like Trouble signing in? or Forgot your password?
If you regain access to your email account, you can complete the steps to reset your password.

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