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try tapping shift key to wake
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Lift the lid of your MacBook Pro to turn it on, or press Touch ID. Every time you start up, restart, or log out, you need to type your password to log in to your user account. After setting up Touch ID, as long as you're logged in, you can use your fingerprint instead of typing when you're asked for your password.
Use Touch ID to unlock your Mac
After you set up Touch ID, you can use it to unlock your Mac. Wake up your Mac by opening the lid, pressing a key, or tapping the trackpad. Then place your finger lightly on Touch ID to log in.
Note that you must type your password to log in after you start up, restart, or log out of your Mac. When you're logged in, you can quickly authenticate with Touch ID whenever you're asked for your password.
You can also use Touch ID to unlock these features on your Mac:
- Password-protected Notes
- The Passwords section in Safari preferences
- System Preferences
Note that you must type your password rather than use Touch ID to unlock the Security & Privacy pane and the Users & Groups pane (if you have FileVault turned on).
If multiple users set up Touch ID and log in to the same Mac, they can use Touch ID to switch accounts. Just press Touch ID, and your MacBook Pro switches to the logged-in user account associated with the fingerprint.