ALERT!  If you also use SAMSUNG's phone, then wrap this work immediately, otherwise the data will be deleted

ALERT! If you also use SAMSUNG’s phone then wrap this work immediately, otherwise the data will be deleted

If you are a Samsung user and want to save your photos from being deleted, then download all your photos before 30 September.

Samsung photos

If you are a Samsung user, then this news is very important for you because Samsung is issuing an alert to users around the world asking them to save their photos from Samsung Cloud. Let us tell you that the company has said this because the company has stopped its image backup service which is currently part of Samsung Cloud. That’s why the company has said that it will delete all the photos of the users by next month.

Let us tell you that Samsung Cloud gives users a limited storage which can also be used to sync notes with contacts, calendar. Along with this, users were also allowed to sync their gallery photos but Samsung has decided to turn off this function. This means that after the end of the deadline given by the company, users will not be able to access their photos. However, users’ calendars, contacts, etc. will remain in sync. The company has given users one month to download their information.

What will happen to Samsung Cloud Image

Samsung has divided users into two groups that when the data of different users will be deleted. Group 1 data will be deleted by 30 September. On the other hand, Group 2 will be given time till the end of November to download the data. However, it is not clear which areas fall in Group 1 or Group 2. Therefore, it is better that users download their data before 30 September.

Download your photos like this

If you want to download your photos from Samsung phone, first of all open the Settings app and search Samsung Cloud at the top. After this you will see options like Download My Data, Synced Apps, Backup Data, Restore Data and Delete Delete Backup. In this select the first option, and wait until your images are downloaded. Users who have connected their OneDrive account can then back up their photos to Microsoft’s cloud storage, but will only have 5GB of space. After this, payment will have to be made to use the storage.

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