Samsung Cloud won't Support Gallery Sync and Drive Storage for My Files Anymore

Samsung recently announced that its Cloud service support for Gallery Sync and Drive storage for My Files will no longer be available. This new development will be effective towards the conclusion of November 2021, and so all data stored on the Samsung Cloud will then be deleted.

Samsung Cloud End Support

In addition, Samsung said that those who purchased premium storage subscription plans will be canceled automatically starting October 1st, and maybe refunded their money. Those who recently updated their Samsung Notes app from Galaxy Store can notice that Samsung Cloud's features will now be supported by Microsoft OneDrive.

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Samsung advised that in other to preserve Samsung Cloud data, users should either integrate their data to Microsoft OneDrive or download the data on their personal storage. Currently, you can make use of the automatic transfer feature to integrate data from Samsung Cloud to Microsoft until September 30th, thereafter you have to do so manually.

Users can download all their Samsung Cloud data to their phone's personal storage but mean that you will lose out on the opportunity to integrate to OneDrive. There are some vital info that users need to be aware of before making a decision, here they are;

As a Samsung user, if you select OneDrive integration, your Cloud data will be automatically deleted after the transfer to OneDrive. On the other hand, if you select the option to locally download the data, all the data on Samsung Cloud will be deleted after 60days of the data being downloaded or on November 30th. So choose wisely.


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