Original topic:

Secured folder should be secure app drawer

(Topic created: 09-14-2022 03:13 PM)
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Galaxy S22
Samsung provides secured folder and exposes the name of secure folder everywhere. It doesn't provide to configure new fingerprints. You've to configure different password or pattern to make it safer.
Imo it should allow to register different set of fingerprints and allow to hide the folder. For instance, vault app allows to hide and open by calling your configured passcode. Hide the secure folder provide more security.. 

Also this being a folder, too much navigation is required. If this can be a security app drawer, fullscreens will save unnecessary navigation and easy to work in this secure area.

Any suggestions? 
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RobXbalboa
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Galaxy S22
You can hide the folder it's in settings of secure folder and it says "show secure folder in app drawer?" Uncheck it. Tada also you can edit the folder look color and name so you can name the secure folder :open_file_folder:
"Advanced settings' or whatever or hide it.
mdavidf
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Galaxy S22
I second what @RobXbalboa said, plus, once it's in the app drawer you can rename it.
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Do any modifications, but go to settings, look for secure folder then you'll have direct access to secure folder. Everyone knows these workarounds. So it's not going to secure it.
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