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How to change cloud storage provider for pics Gallery in S9

(Topic created on: 20-02-2021 12:24 PM)
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Galaxy S9 Series

Hi,

I got a message in my S9 saying that my Gallery pics will not be stored anymore on the samsung cloud, as my account will be deleted in a month, so I need to download my data or store them on MS One Drive for a year. Is there a way to link the Gallery with the cloud provider of my choice? If yes, how do you do this?

Many thanks in advance.

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brettz
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Galaxy S9 Series
use Google photos 15 gig of free storage
Gavlee2010
Voyager
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Galaxy S9 Series
all mine moved over to the new provider that Samsung is using automatically I'll have a look for you now to see how I did it.
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Gavlee2010
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mine automatically synced with the new provider one drive

Screenshot_20210220-143517_Gallery.jpg

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Gavlee2010
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it seems Microsoft and Samsung are getting really pally at the moment I don't know why.
when I connect my s21 ultra to my windows 10 laptop everything is seems less and started to ask few months back to sync with ms apps
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Aklima
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Hi,
Samsung won't be doing Samsung cloud anymore. Everything needs to be backed up on one drive now.
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BandOfBrothers
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Samsung are stopping the syncing of Gallery pictures with Samsung Cloud.

Samsung Cloud isn't stopping @Aklima and will still back up other information from your phone.

I opted to also change now before the deadline but I decided not to go the route of linking suggested by my phone because that way of linking stopped the camera upload option.

So I set up one drive separately and activated camera upload.

Now my photo's are saved in OneDrive and so are my new one's that I take.

I also save my photo's to Dropbox.


Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²² Ultra 256Gb in Phantom Black.

The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I have no affiliation with Samsung.

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