Not always the your cell phone is with good space for storage. Some devices don’t have expansion memory and not SD card input.
The lack of these resources can limit the internal storage of photos, videos, music and applications. However, there is an alternative to free up space. In this case, it is worth to opt for the storage services in the cloud.
Today it is possible to use the Google Photos, Dropbox, and others. They all help and boost your memory. With this in mind, we bring you a small tutorial of how to send photos to your smartphone Android to the cloud. See the below example, through the program’s native Android, the Google Photos. Check out:
The cloud with Google Photos
- The user must open the Google Photos;
- After you go to the side menu and go to “Settings”;
- Then open the option “Backup and sync”;
- To finish press the active key in the “Backup and sync”.
The cloud with Google Drive
The Google Drive also has integration with the app from photos, but do not have the option of automatic synchronization. That is, the user saves only the specific images. To the process follow the steps below:
- The user must open an image in your gallery;
- After it should go to the option of “Share”;
- Then between the Google Drive icon;
- After you set a folder and tap “Save” to confirm the sending.
The cloud with DropBox
For those who have a basic plan of Dropbox you need to remember that the automatic backup of the photos is not available.
In any case, to store the data in the cloud, just install the app and link the accounts to the PC and the smartphone. Here’s how to do the automatic backup.
- Open the Dropbox;
- After you enter the side menu and click on the gear icon;
- Then, tap “Enable the shipping of the camera”.
At the end, your images will automatically be in the cloud. To disable the start of the process and choose “Disable the sending of the camera”.
To send specific files in the cloud with DropBox
See this process below:
- The user must open the image or video in your gallery;
- After you choose the “Share”option;
- Between the icon of the Dropbox;
- Set the folder to save the contents and tap “Add”.
For those who want to use automatic synchronization, follow the steps below:
- Open the OneDrive;
- Between the menu sidebar and tap on the gear icon;
- After go in the option of “Charging”;
- Activate the key “Load”.
Send specific photos
To upload specific photos, follow below:
- See if the OneDrive is installed and connected to your account;
- Sign in to the app;
- Set the image, and select the “Share”button;
- Go on the icon of the OneDrive;
- If you have, select the icon of “Confirm” in the right corner and wait.
Liked the tips? Now that you already know how to send photos from your Android to the cloud, you’re waiting for that! Enjoy to free up space on your phone!
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