Samsung brings the “safe folder” feature to Galaxy S phones 7

Feb

25

2017

Samsung brings the “safe folder” feature to Galaxy S phones 7
Samsung announced on Friday the launch of a download scalable to serve the “safe folder” Secure Folder, which she said helps mobile device users to protect their data and information value, which is the same service that was brought by her bad luck, Galaxy Note 7.

She explained the South Korean electronics giant in a statement on its website that “safe” folder application provides users with defensive features of the Samsung platform security “Knox” Knox on Galaxy smart phones of the company to allow them to create an encrypted space and private.

Samsung added that the applications and data transmitted to a “safe” folder kept separately on the device and receive an additional layer of security and privacy, and thus increase its protection from malicious attacks. Moreover, users must use authentication such as “PIN” PIN, or pattern, or a pass code, or dynamic authentication number such as fingerprints to access and manage the “safe folder style.”

Users can take advantage of this feature to store and encrypt personal and private content, such as applications, photographs, documents, and keep them hidden. They can also obtain copies of their favorite applications and easily accessible through an alternative personal files. This will keep any notes or pictures or names or surf the record within the applications stored in a “safe” folder separate from the same applications outside the “safe” folder.

Samsung believes that a useful “safe folder” feature especially for those who want to make sure that banking information or applications that store large amounts of personal data remains private, so when you loaned their phones to friends or family members or colleagues.

For more privacy, users can also customize the “safe” folder by changing his name and his character. They can also hide the “safe folder” icon from the main screen completely using “quick painting” Quick Panel.

It also supports the “safe folder” the possibility of backing up and restoring your data to facilitate the task transferred to a new device, or in the case of stolen or user device usable anymore.

Samsung said that the “safe” folder is available for download from the App Store only Galaxy phones Galaxy S and Galaxy S 7 7 EDGE running Android 7.0 “Noga” of the Android operating system. The company promised to be made available for more devices soon.

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