I'm curious about why 1Password for Android behaves differently with respect to fingerprint unlock than 1Password for Windows and iOS.
In Windows (with Windows Hello) and iOS (with Fingerprint or Face Unlock), you have to type in your Master Password every time the device is restarted. In the case of iOS, I think the same is true if you hit the emergency combination (pressing the power button five times on older iPhones) though I can't remember for sure.
In Android (Google Pixel 3 running 1Password 7.1.1 on Android 9), rebooting the device or triggering the Lockdown mode does not force the Master Password to be re-entered. Is there a reason for this difference in behavior?
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