When you activate the fingerprint authentication for any third party app what it does is that it asks your Android system to initialize the fingerprint hardware which checks for your fingerprint. And if it matches it passes that information back to the system and then to the app. The only information that the app gets is that the scan was successsful. You ...
Open Chrome, go to the Settings. Click on Passwords.
Enable "Save passwords".
Go to the site you intend to save the password. Enter your credentials.
Click Ok (Login, or whatever button the site uses). A prompt will appear asking if you want to save the password. Click Save. The password is now saved within Chrome.
Go to the Settings, click Passwords. Your ...
For me, the problem was not the annoying notifications — I just turned off Google Assistant. (In the Google app: Settings > Google Assistant > Assistant > Phone) The problem was that it keeps begging you to turn it back on. But anyway, the method of getting rid of Google is the same:
Uninstalling all updates for the Google app by clicking "uninstall" in the ...
You can insert a tab as follows:
Copy from somewhere (I used Simplenote) a tab.
Go to Parameters → Dictionaries → Personal dictionaries from the Google Keyboard.
Choose your language and click on "add".
Paste the tab in the first field and define some shortcut.
Now if you type your shortcut, Gboard will propose the tab in the auto-correction bar. I tried ...