First-time users of Samsung Galaxy S9 tend to believe that navigating on their device is all about swiping right to left, from one panel of the Home Screen to another. But that’s clearly not the case, especially when they have this perfect instrument at hand, called My Documents.
It’s the File Explorer version of any PC, the place that you go to whenever you want to navigate through the directories of your smartphone. You might wan to clear file history on Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus.
Opening different apps or files, moving them, removing documents that are no longer necessary or copying them are all actions that can be handled from My Documents. Just to be clear, you’ll find a lot more than documents in the folder with this name, videos, images and other types of files included!
To make your navigation easier, My Documents on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus has this Recent Files section constantly updated with documents and files that you have previously accessed. Next time when you’ll need to get to it, you won’t have to navigate all the way to the source of that file. You will be able to tap on it straight from Recent Files, in that dedicated, small preview.
Speaking of which, whenever you will want to clear that history, all you have to do is to use the option “Delete current file history”. It’s available right in the My Documents app, at the extended More menu. Note, however, that you can only manually clean this file history for as many times as you want, but you cannot completely disable it.
If and when you’ll get tired of going through these steps of how to clear the file history preview in My Documents on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus… Consider an alternative file explorer app, like ES File Explorer or anything similar.