How to use the alpha security door to unlock your mobile phone
Posted On August 1, 2021
The alpha security doors are a pretty cool new feature that’s now being rolled out to the Apple Watch.
They allow you to unlock the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with your voice using the phone’s speaker and are pretty handy for people who want to be able to talk through the device to check their messages or see what’s in the inbox without having to pull the phone out.
But, like the Siri feature, you have to use your voice.
You can also just use the iPhone’s Siri to get around it, which is useful if you’re trying to check a message or send a text message while your phone is still locked.
The beta version of the alpha doors is only available for the iPhone XS, and it will only work with Apple Watch bands 1 and 2, with the latter version coming to the iPhone 5s, 5c, 6 and 6 Plus later this year.
But the beta is still pretty good, and the final version should be available to the wider public soon.
Alpha security doors on the iPhone The beta versions of the beta versions for the iOS and Android apps are available to download now.
The Alpha Security doors are only available to iOS users The Alpha security door functionality is similar to the Siri voice assistant.
You press the left and right triggers together, and you get a voice response.
It’s basically like saying “Ok Siri, do you need help?”
But unlike Siri, the alpha keys work like this: Press the left trigger (or “A”) to turn the door on.
Press the right trigger (and “B”) to unlock.
If you’re looking to use it in conjunction with a voice command, you can also press the right or left triggers together to say “Open the door, press and hold for a few seconds and then press the up or down buttons to open the door.”
The voice recognition works pretty well, so if you can do something like ask Siri to play a song on your phone while you’re on the move or call someone in a room and they don’t have the phone, it’ll work.
There are two types of Alpha security keys.
One type can be pressed when you first connect the iPhone to the device, and is essentially the same as a regular unlock key, but when you press the alpha key, it locks the phone until you press another Alpha key.
The other type is a more complicated key that unlocks the phone after you press it several times.
This type is also called a lock-screen unlock key.
It unlocks the iPhone after you’ve pressed it five times, and once you’ve unlocked it, you need to press a second Alpha key to unlock it again.
It also unlocks the device when you’ve moved the iPhone back into your pocket, even if you’ve already been locked by the alpha door.
You’ll need a Bluetooth-enabled iPhone to use either of these Alpha security codes.
You need to be paired with a Bluetooth speaker If you pair a Bluetooth earbud with the Alpha security key, you’ll be able use the Alpha key from the speaker to unlock an iPhone from a Bluetooth device, too.
But unlike the beta version, the beta keys aren’t compatible with all Bluetooth earphones, including the Beats X2 and X2 Pro.
This means if you want to pair a different Bluetooth earphone with an Alpha security code, you won’t be able do it.
That means you’ll have to pair your Bluetooth earpiece with the same Alpha security-code pair that’s used to unlock other Bluetooth earpieces.
Bluetooth ear buds are Bluetooth-connected, so you’ll need to use a Bluetooth keyboard or mouse to pair an Alpha key with an earbuds.
It doesn’t work for the X2 or X2 Premium.
Alpha-level code-pairing works for the Apple EarPods Apple has just released a beta version for the new EarPets, which use Bluetooth 4.0 LE.
This new Bluetooth LE standard means that you can pair an earpiece without a speaker, so long as you have an Apple EarPod or other Bluetooth-compatible earbod with the iPhone or iPad.
You’re going to need to pair these earbods with Bluetooth 4 and 2.4GHz wireless earbuddies, but the beta only supports Bluetooth 4 or 2.2GHz.
The EarPads are available now for $299, and they’ll also be available in different colors and colors with a variety of bands.
You should definitely get one of these EarPasts before they go on sale to the general public, but if you do, you may want to pick one up to try out the Alpha-security features of the Apple earboots before you make a purchase.