Security PIN to unlock the phone, fingerprint only for certain apps

Android 8.0, Moto G6

Yesterday, I set up a fingerprint to unlock certain apps instead of a PIN. I still want to use a PIN to unlock phone and use printing only for specific apps (to unlock certain apps). Unfortunately, it seems that only saving a fingerprint in the settings requires the use of this fingerprint to unlock the phone. Is there a way to fix this?

Updates – How do I save Google Authenticator accounts in an Oreo-to-Pie upgrade without a second phone?

I know you can migrate accounts to a second phone: see the thread How to migrate accounts to a new Google Authenticator app? That would work here as well, but I would like to be able to do it without a second phone.
The last time I upgraded Nougat's phone to Oreo, I lost all accounts in Google Authenticator.

Telephone: Onelplus 3T

facebook – Smart Phone List – Friends have no checkmarks for their list

If person A is on a smart list on my computer (say, the smart list is called the baseball team), it seems to be okay. When I recently click on Person A on my iphone XR and then on Friend Lists, all custom Smart Lists will be displayed, but none (including the baseball team) is marked with a check mark. I used to be able to see on my phone what list they are in, but now I can not do that for any of my friends. I have to go to a computer to check which smart list they are on. Please specify how you can fix this problem.

6.0 Marshmallow – How do I access a VNC server running on an Android phone on another computer?

I've installed Ubuntu on my Android phone and can access my phone's interface by plugging in a VNC viewer localhost: 1,

Is it possible to access it from a computer connected to the phone's Wi-Fi hotspot?

I've connected to the computer with the phone's hotspot and tried to access it locahost: 1 in Real VNC Viewer, but it says, "The connection was rejected by the remote computer."

Please note that I am Not trying to access a vnc server running on another computer in my phone but on the contrary.

Internal Memory – Is it safe to delete logcat.txt files or the entire psysinfo folder to make more space on my Android phone?

I have an Android phone and the storage space on the SD card is running low …
(I do not understand how Android works – just a simple user.)
In the following directory: mnt> sdcard

There is a psysinfo folderthat is 3.02 GB …
And in this folder there are subfolders like log6, log5
and so on.
These subfolders contain a few logcat.txt files, three of which are about 1 GB in size.

Will my Android phone work properly if I just delete those files and free up some memory (3.02 GB)?
I look at the folders with & # 39; ES File Explorer & # 39; and think about deleting these files with the same app. This app says that the above folder and the logcat.txt files are the largest in my phone. My Android version is 4.1.2.

I searched online to find out what the [ …> psysinfo ] Folder in Android, but I could not find any information about it and then searched for logcat.txt files, but the information available seems to be for people like developers. I could not really understand it.


sftp – How do I mount a GS-connected phone as a local directory?

I used GSConnect to mount my phone in Ubuntu 18.04. A phone directory appears in the folder /run/user/1000/gvfs/sftp:host=,port=1741/9C33-6BBD/.

I use Spyder (Python) to process data transmitted by the phone. I want to do it directly over the data on the phone, although that's just an intermediate step.

When I try to navigate to this directory in Spyder, a timeout or error occurs.

When I try to mount the SFTP host as a directory, I get a general error:

mount: / home / eljamoquio / Desktop: bind /run/user/1000/gvfs/sftp:host=,port=1741/9C33-6BBD failed.

Any suggestions?