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Ways to Delete Gmail Account on Android By Ivy Bruce

"I have multiple Gmail accounts opened on my Android phone (Samsung Galaxy S6), and I no longer need them. So, is there any way for me to delete some of them?" [New]How to Add Google Account on Android Device [Hot]Prevent Data Leaking after Android Smart Phone Get Lost It is pretty simple to remove Google account on your Android. But you also need to know the risk and the coming issues if you do so. Now, let's take a look on what happens if you delete your google account from your Android in part 1, while in part 2, I will show you how to take the action. Part 1: What Happens If You Remove Your Google Account from Android? Part 2: How to Remove Google Account from Android Phone Part 1: What Happens If You Remove Your Google Account from Android? If you want to delete the Google account on your Android device, you should know what would happen and how it affects your life before you take the action. Now let’s check what would happen if you remove your Google account. 1. You can't use the service such as G-mail (Gmail username would be available as well) you use the account to sign in. 2. You would lose the data including records, photos or emails which is connected to your account. 3. Contents you purchased on Google Play and YouTube can not be reached anymore. 4. The information you kept in Chrome such as the bookmarks would be lost. If you are fine with what happens to you after deleting the Google account, please move to step 2 and follow the guide to start the deleting process. Part 2: How to Remove Google Account from Android Phone I would take a Nexus device as an example to show you the guide to easily delete Google account on your Android step by step. Device Model Information: Model Number: Nexus 5 Android Version: 6.0.1 Step 1 Open the Settings App on the Home screen of your Android and navigate to "Accounts > Google" and then choose your account. Step 2 Tap the menu icon. Select "Remove account". After that, you would be prompted to confirm if you want to delete your Google account from Android. Please tap on the "Remove account" icon on the pop-up window. Note that removing the account will delete all of its messages, contacts, and other data from the device. That's it. The whole process is quite easy, right?  Your Google account has been removed from your Android phone. If you want to sign in with another account, just read How to Add Google Account on Android Device. Related Articles How to Add Google Account on Android Device How to Back Up Android Phone Contacts to Gmail How to Set up Gmail on Android

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How to Locate and Find Lost Android with Android Device Manager App By Ivy Bruce

In the latest post, we introduce a convenient method on finding your accidentally lost Android phone with Android Device Manager on website. In today's post, we will show you how to locate and find lost Android with Android device manager app. This requires you to have another available Android device other than your lost phone. Android Device Manager is designed for locating lost Android devices. And Android Device Manager app is the Android version of it, which is installed on a portable device to find another lost phone/tablet. It is much more convenient than the website version. If you misplace or lost your Android device, you can locate your device associated with your Google account. Moreover, another practical method with a finder device also helps. Part 1. Find Lost Android with Android Device Manager Part 2. Locate Missing Android with iHere Part 1. Find Lost Android with Android Device Manager Note for using Android Device Manager: 1.You are required to turn on location access and sign in Google account on your lost Android before losing it. 2.Android Device Manager app won't work for a power-off Android. 3.If the lost Android doesn't have a mobile data or Wi-Fi connection, Android Device Manager app cannot find your phone. Step 1 Run Android Device Manager App Download and install Android Device Manager app on your Android phone. Then tap the icon and open it. Step 2 Sign in to Google Account Input your Google account and the password of it. Then hit the button "Sign in" to log in to your account. Make sure that your device gets access to the Wi-Fi connection or mobile data. Step 3 Choose Device Displayed On Android Phone: Swipe along the bottom of the screen to see your devices. On Android Tablet: Tap the arrow next to the device to select a device. Step 4 Locate Lost Android Once you choose you the device, Android Device Manager will help you locate your lost phone on the map. Note: You may fail to find your phone even though you follow steps above. May we suggest you enable the Google security settings on your phone before losing your Android. Part 2. Locate Missing Android with iHere There is another way for you to locate that lost device. What you need before apply this way is an app called iHere on smartphone and iHere device. When you connect the device with bluetooth, you can go on finding lost phone. Step 1: Install iHere on Google Play store and then open it. Next, tap "Click" button on the screen on your device. Step 2: Tap the "Call Phone" option. If you have chosen this option, you are able to call your phone at all times. Step 3: When you leave the phone but the app is on, you can click the button on iHere to locate that device. Besides, the phone would give out the sound. Note: iHere will ring your phone even though someone turned off the ringer as long as your phone's volume has not been turned to low. Step 4: If unluckily you have found out the device and tend to stop the sound, click iHere button again to cease it. After successfully locating your Android phone, you can change screen lock, ring your device at full volume for 5 minutes, and send message to inform the person who finds your device. What's more, you are allowed to erase your phone data from internal storage, including apps, media, settings, and user data. If your device is offline, erasing begins as soon as it goes online. Related Articles How to Backup & Restore your Android on Computer How to Recover Lost Data from Android Find Lost Android over the Internet with Android Device Manager

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How to Enable Android Device Manager By Ivy Bruce

Some may doubt the Android Device Manager since they fail to locate their Android phone/tablets with this tool, including the app version and the website version. For example, they complain that they cannot find their lost or misplaced device even though they have signed in to Google account and installed Android Device Manager. In this case, we are going to post some tips on how to enable Android Device Manager. Note: All the steps below must be done on your Android before it is lost. Step 1 Turn on Location Access Go to "Settings". Scroll down the screen and choose "Location". In the next screen, switch on the toggle. Then you can turn on Locations access settings. You can choose a location mode. If you choose High accuracy, which is highly recommended, the phone will use GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or cellular networks to determine location. Battery saving mode lets Android to determine location using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or cellular networks. When Device only mode is turned on, your device will determine location with GPS. Step 2 Enable Google Security Settings Go to "Settings" > "Google" > "Security". In the Security page, turn on "Remotely locate this device". This will show device location on Android Device Manager. Then hit the button next to "Allow remote lock and erase". If you lose your device, you can remotely lock or factory reset it with Android Device Manager. Step 3 Locate Android Solution Go to https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager. Log in your account (the one that you sign in with your Android). Check if you can locate your Android or not. If not, go to your Android phone and see whether it has signed in Google account or not. Hope this helps! Once you successfully locate your Android device, you can ring the phone or send messages to inform the one who finds you device. If you are worry about data leaking, you can remotely erase it. Related Articles How to Backup Android Phone to Computer Find Lost Android over the Internet with Android Device Manager How to Locate and Find Lost Android with Android Device Manager App

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Find Lost Android over the Internet with Android Device Manager By Ivy Bruce

Lost your Android phone? Fear of leaking of private information in the device? Calm down! You can find lost Android over the Internet with Android Device Manager website. When your lost phone is located, it is available to erase personal data, change lock screen, ring the phone, send message to the phone and ask the one who picks up your phone to return it to you. Before locating your Android phones with Android Device Manager, you are required to turn on locations access and log in to your Google Account. If this feature is turned off or your phone cannot access mobile data or Wi-Fi connection, Android Device Manager will not work for your device. Note: If your Android phone is linked to Google, you can find it by searching for "find my phone" on Google.com. Find Lost Android over the Internet with Android Device Manager Step 1 Sign in to Google Account Go to your computer. Log in to your Google account (the same one that are/was used to sign in Android Device Manager app on the lost Android) on http://www.android.com/devicemanager. Once signed in successfully, you will see a pop-up as below. Have more than one device? Click the arrow icon next to the device name. Then choose a device you want. Step 2 Locate Lost Android Device Click the button at the upper right corner. Android Device Manager will try to contact your Lost Android phone. Please wait patiently. Step 3 Ring/Erase/Lock Your Lost Device Your lost Android phone is located. As the screenshot shows, the phone for test is at Mountain View, US now. Then you can perform buttons below. Ring: You can click the button "Ring" and figure out whether your phone is nearby. Lock: If the missing phone is not around you and you are worried that your phone is stolen by someone, click the "Lock" button. The current lock screen will be replaced with a password lock. You can input a recovery message, which will show on the lock screen of your lost Android and inform the guy to return it back. And it is available to enter phone number. A button to call the number will show on your lock screen. Erase: If you think you have lost your device for good and would like to erase all data in the lost phone, click "Erase". This performs a factory reset on your device. Your apps, photos, music, and settings will be deleted. After you erase the device, Android Device Manager will no longer work. This reset is permanent. The app may not be able to wipe the content of the SD card in your device. If your device is offline, we will perform the factory reset as soon as it goes online. Related Articles How to Locate and Find Lost Android with Android Device Manager App How to Enable Android Device Manager How to Backup Android Phone to Computer

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Android Device Manager - Find Lost Android Device By Ivy Bruce

When walking in a jostling crowd, it is easily to lose your Android device which is in your pocket. For iOS users, they can set up "Find my iPhone" and locate their lost device. But what about Android users? It is quite considerate and user-friendly of Google to develop Android Device Manager to help Android users find their lost Android devices, such as Samsung, LG, Sony, Motorola, HTC, LG, etc. Android Device Manager is a creative tool that allows users to locate Android devices. There are Android version and website version of it. So, users can find their phone and tablet on both website and another Android. After locating the lost device, it is available to ring the device, change lock screen, send recovery messages, and erase the phone remotely. What's more, the app won't record your location info. The section below is a refined introduction of website version and Android app website. Besides, we will also show another way to find Android with Android wear. Tips: 1. If you've linked your phone to Google, you can locate or ring it by searching for find my phone on www.google.com. 2. Make sure that you have previously turned on location access and signed in Google account on your Android phone. Method 1. Use the Android Device Manager Website Method 2. Use the Android Device Manager App Method 3. Use Android Wear Method 4. Use iHere to Locate Android Phone Method 1: Use the Android Device Manager Website 1. Go to https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager on your computer. 2. Sign in to Google account. 3. Once signed in the same Google account on your computer, you can locate your lost Android device. Method 2: Use the Android Device Manager App Have another Android device? You can use the app to find your device. 1. Install Android Device Manager app on the available Android device with you and sign in Google account. 2. Then change the device displayed: On your phone: Swipe along the bottom of the screen to see your devices. On your tablet: Touch the arrow next to the device to select a device. Then the app will locate your phone. Method 3: Use Android Wear Besides, you can turn to an Android wear if you have one. But this method just applies to find the phone in a close distance. Connect your Android Wear and the lost phone via Bluetooth. Click the "Ring" button on the wear. You device will ring. Method 4: Use iHere to Locate Android Phone Moreover, besides those apps can help you find out the smartphone, here provides another method to locate the device with iHere device which looks like a key. 1. Install the corresponding app which is also called iHere on your device. Then, go to connect the real iHere product with the app on your Android via bluetooth. 2. Move to hit "Call Phone". It is possible to assist you to ring the mobile when the phone is lost. Thus, just click the button to locate the place where your phone is and the sound would be given out from the phone. 3. The sound can be turned off only if you click the button again. With these methods, you can easily find your lost phone and erase all important data in it. Just choose whichever one you want to help you. Related Articles How to Locate and Find Lost Android with Android Device Manager App How to Enable Android Device Manager Find Lost Android over the Internet with Android Device Manager

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How to Backup Android Photos to Dropbox & Google Photos By Ivy Bruce

Nowadays, people like to take pictures in high quality with their Android smartphones. As the number of pictures stored in mobile device becomes larger, the internal storage gets smaller, which may slow down the operating speed of the device. Besides, accidentally delete precious images or lost them owing to unknown system problems usually occurs. To tackle the above issue, I suggest you to back up important pictures regularly from Android phones to Dropbox or Google Photos app. In the following article, we'll introduce you how to back up Android pictures. Part 1. Backup Pictures from Android to Dropbox Part 2. Backup Images with Google Photos Part 3. Backup Photos to Google Drive & Dropbox with Android File Manager Part 1 Backup Pictures from Android to Dropbox Dropbox is a cross-platform app which enables you to safely keep pictures, videos and other files in and you can get to them from all your devices. Moreover, you can also share images or other files, folders with different people. Step 1 Sign in Dropbox Download and install Dropbox app on your Samsung Galaxy, LG, HTC, Sony Xperia, etc from Google Play. After installation, run the app. If you've got an account, just enter the email address and password to sign in. If not, tap the "Sign Up” button to create a new account. Step 2 Upload Pictures to Dropbox When successfully logged in, click into "Photos” panel. Hit the "TURN ON” button to start backing up pictures from Android device to cloud storage. Part 2 Backup Images with Google Photos Google Photos enables you to back up and manages pictures from Android devices. It provides unlimited cloud storage for everything you shoot. Since the first time you use Google Photos, whenever you shot a new photo, it will be automatically backed up to the cloud storage. Follow the steps below and do Android pictures backup. Step 1 Download and Install Google Photos Search for Google Photos app in Google Play store. When found, just download and set it up on your mobile device. Step 2 Run and Sign in the Photos Launch the app in your Android device. In the main interface, open the menu at the left side. Click the "Sign in" button to log in Google account. After that, tap the "Settings" button and turn on "Backup & Sync" option. Note: If you want to sign in Google account to share pictures on Google Photos, you need update the Google Play Service into the latest version to enable all features of Photos. Step 3 Choose Images Folders to Backup After you switching on the "Backup & Sync" function, click into the "Choose folder to backup" interface, where all the folder contains picture files stored in your phone will be listed. Tick those you need, the software will start backing them up. When the process done, you can move back the main interface and check all the backup photos by day, month or comfortable view. Step 4 View Backup Pictures on Web Open the Google Photos website and sign in the Google account that you've backed up the pictures. Then you can see all the images you transferred from Android to the app are shown in the web. Part 3 Backup Photos to Google Drive & Dropbox with Android File Manager To install Dropbox or Google Photo app on your Android phone, you can separately upload all pictures from Android to the corresponding cloud service. Have you imagined that to back up Android photos to both Dropbox and Google Drive with only one software? Android File Manager can meet your need. It can not only help you back up files from Android to cloud service, but to transfer data between Android and Mac. Step 1 Download the software on your iMac/Macbook. Run it after installation. Click the name of the software at the upper-left corner to select "Preference" in the drop-down list. Step 2 Press the "Integration" button in the "Preference" interface, you will see Dropbox & Google Drive shown in the window. You can sign in your Dropbox and Google Drive account one by one by hitting the "Link Account" button. Here we will take Google Drive as example. Step 3 Type in the correct Gmail address and password to login your Google account. Then, the software will ask you to allow it access to the files stored in your cloud service. Tap "Allow" button to enable the software to view and manage cloud service data. Step 4 When you successfully related Dropbox and Google Drive to the software, you can check them at the top of the two panels. By clicking either of it, all the files saved in it will be displayed in the corresponding panel. Connect your Android device to the software via USB cable, with USB debugging enabled. And hit the name of the plug-in device in another panel, you can now back up or transfer photos from Android to the cloud service easily. Select the pictures you want and click the "Move" button at the bottom-middle to complete it. To Make a Conclusion: The above three apps are very useful and reliable. You can choose any of them for different need. Here are some tips for you: 1. Google Photos supports you to back up pictures in high quality. Also, you can get a 15GB free storage for original images. Since you turn on the "Back up & Sync" option, if you take new pictures, they will be automatically upload to the Google Photos by category. To enhance the backup photos, you can turn to the editing tools provided on Google Photo web as well. Moreover, it enables you to share photos with your friends on Google+. 2. Apart from photos, if you want to upload other files like PDF, notification, etc. to cloud service, Dropbox is a better choice. However, Dropbox only offers 2GB free storage. 3. Android File Transfer can help you back up all kinds data stored in Android smartphone to Dropbox and Google Drive. Also, it works as a bridge between Android and Mac, supporting you to also transfer files between Android and Mac. Related Articles How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox

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How to Add Google Account on Android Device By Ivy Bruce

After buying a new Android device, you might be excited and can't wait to set it up. The language, ringtone, default browser, and other settings, and so on. There will pop up a new prompt asking you to set up your Google Account. Don't ignore this pop-up, just sign up a Google account, it will help you a lot. Why we need a Google Account? By signing up a Google account, you will benefit from it later: 1. It is available to receive emails on your Android handset with your Google account signed in. 2. Easy to sync data like calendar and contacts to your Android phone. If you didn't sign up a Google account before, it's never too late to add a Google account on your Android phone as an old saying goes: Better late than never. Come on, let's see how to add a new Google account on your Android smartphone, take Samsung Galaxy for example. Step 1 Go to "Settings" > "Account" > "Add Account". Step 2 If you have a Google account, select "Existing". Or you need to choose "New" to sign up. Here we will choose "Existing" to sign in with the existing account. Step 3 Sign in with your Google account and the password. Step 4 Tap "OK" and agree to the Google Terms of Service. That's it. With just several simple taps, you can register or add your Google account on your Android phone/tablet. Fantastic, isn't it? And after that, all the contacts, calendar, settings, and so on, that you've saved with your Google account. It helps a lot for those who purchase a new Android and get freak out of the tedious set up. Related Articles Ways to Delete Gmail Account on Android How to Back Up Android Phone Contacts to Gmail How to Set up Gmail on Android

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Prevent Data Leaking after Android Smart Phone Get Lost By Ivy Bruce

Sometimes, our mobile phones get lost for some reason. Spend an afternoon reading a book and have a high tea at a small romantic café but forget to bring your Android with you when you leave the café. Or Android phone got robbed by the homeless guy who was in rags. That’s terrible and unimaginable. What to do then? How to protect your personal data from leaking out and being took advantage of by the criminal? What you need is make sure that your lost Android has installed the complete Google service frame. That is because Google carries data backup, positioning and anti-theft (by 3 methods: ring, lock and erase) function. What you need is find the application "Google Settings" in Google application. Choose "Android Device Manager" and tab "Remote locate this device" and "Allow remote factory reset". Once your Android get lost, open the Android device manager page and you will see "Locate" in the white box on the upper right corner and the "Ring" and "Lock" and "Erase" function on the lower corner. Tab the corresponding button to perform the operation. Note: Make sure that your Android is accessible to the Internet or connected to Wi-Fi. If you choose to ring the lost phone, the ring will last for 5 minutes with the maximum sound. However, the ring can be turned off by clicking the power button. If you choose the remote lock feature of the Android device manager, it will cover your existing passwords in your phone and thus the theft has no way to take advantage of it. If you choose the erase function, all the contacts in your mobile will be deleted so as to prevent the personal data to be leaked. This tutorial fits the ones whose Android phone has installed the complete Google service. If not, this can’t help you. Why not let me know if you have any suggest or opinion to share with us or  follow us on some social networking like Facebook, Google+, and so on. Related Articles [Solved]Forgotten the Password of the Lock Screen Tips for Security Setting in Android Mobile Phone Samsung Smart Switch: Backup and Restore Galaxy S6

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How to Backup Android Contacts to Gmail By Ivy Bruce

In daily use, what matters most in our phone will surely be our contacts, whose collection is time-consuming. Losing them, we will be out of touch with many friends. So, it is essential to know how to back up Android contacts so that you needn't to worry about the data loss. How to Transfer Contacts between Android and Computer How to Recover Deleted Contacts from Samsung For the solution, you will learn how to back up Android contacts on Gmail in part 1. And in part 2, you can choose the best alternative method when there are other issues and you could not get back contacts from your Google account. Part 1. Sync Android Contacts to Gmail Part 2. Back Up Contacts with Android Data Recovery Part 1. Sync Android Contacts to Gmail Before we start, make sure you have created an account and signed in. We are going to take Nexus 5 (Android 6.0.1) as an example. Step 1 To auto-sync contacts from your Android, please firstly go to your device and tap "Settings" app on the screen. Step 2 In the interface of Settings, please navigate to "Account>Google Account>Contacts" and it would automatically sync your contracts on Android to Google account. Step 3 Go to your Gmail account on your computer. You can see that all your device contacts have been backed up to Gmail. Note: Different devices may be a little different to operate. For instance, for some Android phone, you can also go to "Contacts app>Settings>Turn on contacts sync" to back up your contacts. Part 2. Back Up Contacts with Android Data Recovery When you delete contacts on your Android, the ones you deleted would be lost on your Google account if you enable the auto-sync contacts. In other word, the contacts show the same list as what you can see on your Android. And the way in part 1 to back up data may fit the situation that you want to retrieve data when you lose you device. But if you accidentally delete you contacts on Android, it could not help. To solve this problem, please try the Android Backup Restore app, which allows you to make a backup copy on your computer in one-click. Step 1 Download Android Backup Restore First of all, please download and install the program on your computer by clicking the following buttons. Step 2 Plug Android into PC Launch the program and plug your Android into computer. Then go to "Data Backup & Restore" pane and please follow the guide on the interface to enable the USB debugging on your device. Step 3 Choose "Contacts" Option After it is detected successfully, please click on the "Backup" option. Now, you can see there are different data types displayed on the interface. Please choose "Contacts". Step 4 Back up Data Click on the "Backup" button on the lower-left corner and the program would start to back up the contacts for you. After the process completes, you can click on the "View the backup" to check it on your computer. Actually, the above program we recommend can also recover the deleted data including the contacts directly with the backup copy. So why not download it on your computer and have a try yourself? Any questions please drop us a comment below. Related Articles Ways to Delete Gmail Account on Android How to Add Google Account on Android Device How to Set up Gmail on Android

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How to Set up Gmail on Android By Ivy Bruce

When talking about setting email, you may think about Gmail first. Google service is one of the outstanding features of Android phone. In this tutorial, I will show you how to add email. If you use Gmail, you can easily add email to your Android. Part 1. Set up Android Gmail via Email App Part 2. Set up Android Gmail via Gmail App Part 1: Set up Android Gmail via Email App Step 1 Download and install Gmail on your Android phone. Click the Email icon on the desktop or the program menu and start the application. Then, select “Others”. Step 2 After that, you will be asked to enter the Gmail address and the password. Then, click “Next” and “Next” again. Step 3 Your account is set up. Tap "Done" and then you can enter your Google account as the picture shows. Part 2: Set up Android Gmail via Gmail App Step 1 Tap the Gmail icon. Select "Existing". Step 2 Sign in with your Google account and the password. Tap the Next icon. Step 3 Tap "OK". Then you can successfully set up your Google account. After operating what is required above, no matter you want to send and receive Gmail, you can send and check it anytime and anywhere with your Android. Related Articles Ways to Delete Gmail Account on Android How to Add Google Account on Android Device How to Back Up Android Phone Contacts to Gmail

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Backup Android and iOS Pictures/Videos with Google Photo By Ivy Bruce

When you see someone continue to buy pones with 16GB storage, you must think that the guy is crazy. But the tip to live on a tiny Android phone is to back up some of your data to the cloud storage and then erase the useless files regularly. As for me, I would like to backup Android and iOS pictures/videos with Google Photo, which lets me save storage memory for my phone and access my data easily. Backup Android and iOS Pictures/Videos with Google Photo Step 1 Sign into Google Photo Run Google Photo app on your phone. Connect your device to the Wi-Fi hotspot or turn on the mobile data. Then enter your email and password. A text message with your code has been sent to you. Input the code and complete the verification. Step 2 Open the Settings Page Tap the hamburger icon (three-bar icon) at the upper-left corner of the screen. Then touch "Settings" to open the Settings page. Locate and select the option "Back up & sync". Step 3 Turn on the Backup Feature In this page, you can activate the "Back up & sync" feature. Then you can choose an account to back up and sync. Step 4 Back up Device Folders Once the backup feature is turned on, your camera folder is automatically backed up. You can choose other folders to backup and view in the library. To do that, tap "Back up device folders" and select folders to back up, for example, All Videos, Photo Library, Screenshots, and pictures. You media files, including videos and photos, will be automatically detected and uploaded to Google Photo once they are added to the phone. Enjoy! Related Articles How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox Introduction on Android Beam

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Create Photos/Videos Masterpieces with Google Photo By Ivy Bruce

Photo collages, animation and movie are great ways of presenting your Android photos. A collage/animation/movie involves displaying two or more photos within a single image layout, slideshow and more. In this tutorial you'll discover the way to create photos/videos masterpieces with Google Photo. That is to create collage, animation and movie. Step 1 Create Collage with Google Photo Sign into your Google Photo. Select "Assistant" at the bottom. Then touch "Collage". You can select 2 to 9 photos or videos. Just check the ones you want and touch the "CREATE" button at the upper right corner. Google Photo will create collage of pictures selected. Step 2 Create Collage with Google Photo Log into Google Photo. Select "Assistant" and then "Animation". Next, you can select up to 50 photos or videos. Tap the "CREATE" button. After that, the app will create animation with items you choose. Step 3 Create Movie with Google Photo In Google Photo, open the column "Assistant". Then select "Movie" and choose 2 to 50 photos or videos. Once you press the "CREATE" button, Google Photos will create a movie with pictures or videos you select. Well done! It is funny, isn't it? On the movie you create, you can add music and effect. If you would like to well preserve your masterpieces, just back up your files with Google Photo. Related Articles How to Recover Lost Data from Android How to Backup Android Phone to Computer Six Android System Modes

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How to Share Media Files in Google Photo By Ivy Bruce

Now that the trip is over, you must have a lot of photos, which record every moment of the journey. Want easy ways to share your memories? Google Photo, the home for all your photos and videos, is a popular option for photo and video sharing. Automatically organized and searchable, photos in Google Photo can be found quickly. Here is how to share media files in Google Photo. Share Media Files in Google Photo Step 1 Sign into Google Photos First of all, turn on mobile data on your phone and run Google Photos app on your computer. Next, log into Google Photos. Step 2 Select Files to Share Navigate and select the photo or video you would like to share. Note that your files are sorted by modified time. If you would like to locate the photo/video quickly, you can enter the file name and search for the file. Step 3 Share Photos/Videos After selecting the file, tap the "Share" icon. Now you can select to share via Link or third-party apps. If you are intended to share via Link, tap "Create link". Then the app will get link to share. Besides, you can share via Bluetooth, WhatsApp, Hangouts, and many other apps. More Google Photos can do: Search for people, places, ojjects. Group similar faces together and label them. Change backup and sync settings. Delete photos after uploading them. Back up photos from other apps. Related Articles How to Share or Request Files on Dropbox Share Photos/Videos/Files Between Android Phones with OneDrive Smart Switch: Transfer Data from Samsung to Galaxy S6

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How to Delete and Restore Content in Google Photo By Ivy Bruce

When you don't want some pictures or videos anymore, you can delete them from Google Photo. If you delete your files by mistake, you can restore them from the trash with one click. Here is how to delete and restore content in Google Photo. Part 1. Delete Content in Google Photo Part 2. Restore Files from Google Photos Part 1:Delete Content in Google Photo Step 1 Select Content to Delete Open Google Photos app on your Android phone. Then go to "Photos" or "Album". Then long tap on the page and select items you do not want anymore. Part 2:Restore Files from Google Photo Step 1 Open Trash Bin of Google Photo Tap the menu button (three-bar icon) at the upper-left corner. Then go to "Trash". After that select deleted files form the trash bin and click the arrow button. This will help you regain your deleted photos and videos. Note that items in trash will be permanently deleted after 60 days. When restoration is completed, you will see the note as below, which reads "items restore from trash." Go back to "Photos". You can see recovered data there. "Is it possible to restore photos after I have cleared trash in Google Photos?" added Shawn, "Just deleted hundreds of photos from Google Photos, and then trash, with a plan to re-upload them from my mobile device. Then I realized it cleared the images from my phone storage as well. I have lost all my photos. Is there any way to get them back?" Note that photo cleared from the trash is permanently lost, if you would like to get them back. You can follow this guide: How to Recover Photo, Videos from Android. Related Articles User Guide of Phone to Phone Transfer Software How to Transfer Data from Android to Computer How to Backup & Restore your Android on Computer

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Google Photo: Smart and Essential Media Storage in Mobile Life By Ivy Bruce

Every second, the folk on this planet are snapping the camera and capturing their memories via pictures and videos. People around the world have already taken trillions of photos and they would shoot another trillion this year. However, it is challenging to get more and more storage to preserve these memories. Some would like to litter their photos and videos across their Android phones, tablets, computers and USBs. So it is almost impossible to locate a photo or video right at the moment you need it. It seems that only online service can solve this problem. So today we are introducing Google Photos. Google Photo: Smart and Essential Media Storage in Mobile Life A Home for Photos and Videos Google Photos is a standalone that gives your photos and videos a home. It helps you organize your memories and share files to anyone. And this tool offers a private place to keep your memories. You can reach them from any device. Your photos and videos are automatically backed up and synced for free. You can maintain the original resolution up to 16MP for photos and 1080p HD for videos. Besides, the app can store compressed versions of the photos and videos in high-quality resolution. Organize your Photos and Videos Google Photo is able to organize your memories by people, places, and things that matter. You don't have to tag or label the items or create albums. You can simply search for a picture or video and instantly find it from all items, including the pets, a party and a trip. Edit Photos and Videos With Google Photo, you can quickly enhance photos and combine them in new ways to relive your life's moments. With one tap, you can adjust the color and lighting of the photo. And you can create collages, animations, movies with music and other soundtracks. Easily Share Photos and Videos On Google Photos, you can share your photos and videos easily across any device. You can share your files via Hangouts, WhatsApp, Bluetooth, etc. You can now take any set of photos and videos, or any album, and simple create a link. Then share the link to your friends. The recipient can see what you share without downloading a special app. Then they are able to immediately save the high-quality pictures to their phone with a tap. Related Articles Dropbox: Manage file from Android, iPhone and Computer MirrorLink: Control Android Phone on Your Car Safely How to Use Dropbox to Backup Files from Computer, Android and iOS

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