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How To Use Private Mode On Samsung Note 8 And Note 9

If you’ve recently purchased the new Samsung phone, it’s a good idea to know how to use Private Mode on Note 8. Being able to use Note 8 and Note 9 Private Mode will let you keep things off your screen so others can’t see it when they browse on your phone. You’ll be able to hide specific files, pictures, videos and others things from people when your Note 8 or Note 9 is in Private Mode.

You should know that on the Samsung Note 8 and Note 9 Private Mode is called Secure Folder, thus we’ll be using these two words often in this article.

Before, you would know be able to delete a video or image so others wouldn’t be able to see it when using your phone, but with Secure Folder on Note 8 things have changed. You can access Private Mode with a password; we’ll explain how you can do this when setting up Note 8 and Note 9 Secure Folder.

 

Enable Private Mode On Samsung Note 8 And Note 9

  1. Power on your device.
  2. Swipe down from the top of your screen.
  3. Browse and select on the Secure Folder option.
  4. Now you’ll be given a tutorial how to use Private Mode and then you’ll need to set a pin code.

 

 

Disabling Private Mode On Samsung Note 8 And Note 9

  1. Power on your device.
  2. Swipe down from the top of your screen.
  3. Browse and select on the Secure Folder option.
  4. Now you’ll go back to the standard mode on your smartphone.

 

 

Adding and removing specific files from Secure Mode on Note 8 and Note 9

You have the ability to hide several different types of pictures, videos and other types of files in Secure Folder. Follow these steps to add and remove files from Private Mode.

  1. Enable Secure Folder.
  2. Now go to Secure Folder and select on the Overflow menu button in the top right hand corner.
  3. Select on the file(s) that you would like to add to Private Folder.
  4. Now select on the option to move to Private.

 

Once you’ve followed the instructions above, you’ll know how to enable Private Mode on Samsung Note 8 and Note 9. In addition, you’ll now be able to add specific files, folders or albums to Secure Folder so only you can see it on your Note 8 or Note 9.

 

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