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Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus: How To Use Private Mode

If you are one of the people concerned with privacy when working on your smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus Private Mode is a feature at your disposal. Using the private mode on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, it is easy to hide files, videos or even photos that you don’t want other people to see. Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ Plus’s Private Mode digital library is sometimes known as the Secure Folder.

Previously, a person with a Galaxy phone would go to the content, whether a video or picture and delete it so that other people may not see it. But, occasionally you may end up erroneously deleting content you still need. In such a circumstance, don’t panic, but read this wonderful guide on how to recover deleted pictures and videos on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ Plus.

In order to make things secure, you will require a password code, which you should not forget, for your private mode.

 

Enabling Private Mode on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

  1. Locate where the list of options is found. Using your two fingers, swipe it down.
  2. As one of the shown option, you will see the private mode. Simply, choose it.
  3. If it is the first time to use the private mode, a quick tutorial guide will pop up. Follow it, to enter the pin code you desire into your private mode.

 

Disabling Private Mode on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

  1. Locate where the list of options is found. Using your two fingers, swipe it down.
  2. As one of the shown option, you will see the private mode. Simply, choose it.
  3. Put it back into the normal mode so that your Samsung galaxy phone returns as earlier.

 

Adding and removing specific files from Private Mode on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.

The Secure Folder normally can support various media types, like videos and photos. If you need to add more supported files into your private mode, please follow the following essential steps.

  1. Turn on Private mode.
  2. Put into private mode all the photos or files you need to hide.
  3. When you choose the particular files, Go at the screen’s upper right and select the feature known as the overflow button.
  4. Select the Move to Private option.

 

When you follow the guide illustrated above, you will comfortably set up your Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus Secure Mode. Through this feature, you will be able to see the file you have added to your secure folder.

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