Not to use any such covers. It says users delete any previously-registered fingerprints must remove the cover, then re-register them with no cover applied.
If you’re using the screen protector that came pre-applied to your telephone then you must be nice. But for everyone else, it could not hurt to try and unlock your device using a fingerprint, simply to check.
Telephones’ ultrasonic fingerprint detector reading 3D patterns from the display protector. As a result, any individual can then unlock a phone wrapped in such a case, creating a security dilemma.
Until the patch is available, Samsung is advising users
The problem relates to a”silicone display protecting cases,” according to Samsung, and impacts the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10 5G, as well as the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.