The Samsung Galaxy S8 has many great features that give users a fantastic experience. You can do so many cool things, including the option to set up a secure folder. You will find this helpful if you keep sensitive data on your device.
You can keep the files you want away from others. All critical data can be stored in that folder, including photos, apps, and log-in details, to name a few. We will show you how to set up a secure folder on your Samsung Galaxy S8.
Store all the files you want
There are many third-party apps you can download for this purpose. However, you can keep the secure folder on your Samsung Galaxy S8 invisible. In other words, if you like, you can keep it away from the app’s screen. You can set up a password, PIN, or any other option that will allow you to unlock the folder. If you keep work files on your device, you can improve security even more. For example, you can use iris scanning to unlock the secure folder. Pretty cool, right?
We all keep all kinds of files on our phones, from photos and videos to work files and log-in details. Samsung came up with the idea of a secure folder that you can use to store all the files you want and keep them away from others. Let’s see how to enable it.
How to enable secure folders on your Samsung Galaxy S8
To enable the secured folder, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings
- Tap Lock screen and security
- Next, tap Secure folder
- Tap Start.
- Now sign in to your Samsung account
- Tap Confirm.
- You will have to choose the authentication method (PIN, pattern, or password)
- If you want, you can also add iris scanning or fingerprint options
- Once you are done, tap Confirm.
Once you have enabled the folder, you can open it and tap Add files. You can add apps, photos, or anything else you want. The great thing about the folder is that you can change its name to its icon and customize it according to your desires. To do that, tap on the three dots in the top-right corner. Go to Settings and adjust everything the way you want.