fingerprint reader on 4210 question.

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  1. Jessdog

    Jessdog Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I think I have a hand twin. A buddy of mine used his finger on my 4210 fingerprint sensor and was able to receive positive identification!!! There isn't any settings to control how stringent the sensor match is. I'm going to have reprogram my fingers I guess and try it again. Any ideas?
     
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    Jess,
    When you program the reader, ensure your finger is first clean and dry.
    Any moisture picked up causes the reader to have a wider view of interpretation.
    As such your finger could quite easily be identified for a similar moist finger.

    Hope that explains it a little for you. :)
     
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    i couldnt help but laugh; moist fingers, haha...
    no, thats prob what it is though.
     
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