Update for Reactivation Lock Bug in Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is Finally Launched
One of the best things Samsung Galaxy Note 3 had to offer in terms of security was its Reactivation Lock button, which was specially designed to protect owner’s data and privacy information from thieves.
However this feature of Reactivation Lock came up with some bugs, as it even forbade the legitimate owner to sign into Note 3 after he resets his phone and if the owner doesn’t remembers his credentials then it becomes impossible for the user to access Note 3. But finally the update for this bug is out, but it takes 116MB of storage space, which is surely high.
This Reactivation lock was troubling people whenever they go with factory reset or when they start their new Note 3, after taking it from the packaging. By default this activation lock was ON, while this new update overrides this setting and turns it to OFF. However if you are willing to turn this feature ON then you have to go into Security section of your phone.
Besides just Reactivation Lock bug fix, this new update also offers a distinctive change in the virtual QWERTY board of the phone, which you will surely love it!
So just download this new update of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and get this bug fixed in the minimal possible time.