It would be nice to have the option to keep your private or personal photos away from the general photo library. If you don’t have a Pixel smartphone, you can still do so.
Google Photos is a handy app if you want to back up some of your photos, and earlier this year we introduced this locked folder feature specifically for Pixel smartphones.
Thankfully, the company is now beginning to roll out this feature to more Android devices. The iOS version will arrive later this year.
Judging from the screenshots, the company seems to keep its promise regarding Android. this is, Samsung Galaxy S20FEAnd, as you can see, there is an option to set a locked folder, so you can keep your personal photos away from prying eyes.
Locked folders don’t appear anywhere in the photo grid or search, so you don’t have to worry about anyone who happens to come across the album itself.
If you are interested in setting your own locked folder on Android, you can see how to do it below. Keep in mind that Google claims that Apple users will also be able to use this feature. This feature is not available at the time of writing this article.
How to set a locked folder on your Android phone
- Download the Google Photos app if you haven’t already done so
- Log in to your Google account
- [ライブラリ]Go to tab
- Enter Utitiles
- As shown in the figure above, if you did not configure it before the prompt was displayed,[ロックされたフォルダの設定]Press.
- Keep in mind that you just need to enter a photo or screenshot and provide a pin or fingerprint each time you access it.
How to get Google Photos feature for locked folders on your Android phone
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