How To Hide Photos On Galaxy S10 Secure folder

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If you are going to buy a new phone the first thing you looking for is privacy, the new Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with the perfect privacy to hide your photos, videos, and files from peoples when you use Secure folder Galaxy S10 or Private mode.

What Files Can You Hide on Secure folder


The secure folder on Galaxy S10 allows you to hide different file types. The secure folder will allow you to hide:
  • Image gallery
  • Music
  • My Files
  • Video
  • Voice recordings

The only way someone can access your hidden files is by typing the correct password, pattern, or PIN number.

How to hide photos on Galaxy S10 - Enable Secure Folder


  1. Open the Settings.
  2. Choose Lock screen and security - Biometrics and security.
  3. Tap Secure Folder
  4. Sign in to your Samsung account. Select SIGN IN
  5. Enter your Samsung Account details, then choose Sign in.
  6. Choose the lock method you want to use for your Secure Folder.
  7. A shortcut to the Secure Folder will be added to your Home and Apps screen.

How to hide photos on Galaxy S10 - Move photos to Secure Folder


  1. Go to the home screen and open the Secure Folder the shortcut that was created.
  2. Move the Photos or videos you want to hide by clicking on the Add files option.

How to hide Secure Folder


  1. Open Settings.
  2. Choose Lock screen and security - Biometrics and security.
  3. Choose Secure Folder
  4. Choose Hide Secure Folder

How to Open hidden Secure Folder


  1. Open Settings.
  2. Choose Lock screen and security - Biometrics and security.
  3. Choose Secure Folder.
  4. Tap the Secure Folder icon at the bottom of the screen, then enter your unlock pattern, pin, or password.

TURNING PRIVATE MODE ON AND OFF


You can enable and disable the Private Mode on your Galaxy S10 in a few simple steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Choose Lock screen and security - Biometrics and security.
  3. Choose “Private Mode” and turn in on.
  4. Select the type of security you want. Your options are Pattern, PIN, and Password.
  5. Enter the security protection of your choice, and your phone will now be set to “Private mode.”

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