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Keep Prying Eyes Away From Your NSFW Photos

You might have a few compromising photos on your phone and are concerned they could be discovered by the wrong person. You’re not the only one!

Let’s address the elephant in the room – people take nude or intimate photographs of themselves. That’s right, you might not believe it, but the first provocative photos made their debut back in the mid-19th century. The world of physical photos are long gone and now all your photos live in one photo gallery, whether a photo is of an intimate nature or just Vegas party pics, ‘NSFW’ (Not Safe For Work) images are usually not for everybody’s viewing pleasure.

Perhaps it’s time to opt for a storage app like dfndr vault, which allows you to lockdown apps, keep photos or videos private by encrypting them and saving them to a cloud storage of your choice. You can even add an extra layer of privacy with biometric recognition.

If you want to ensure your photos and videos stay safe for specific eyes only, here are a few suggestions:

Delete Extra Content
Start by making your tracks less noticeable. Delete any duplicate intimate photos or videos that may be stored on your smartphone. Sure, this won’t necessarily hide any of your content away, but having a single picture of a moment beats having 7 different snapshots scattered in your library. Just as you should keep your phone clean and tidy, be sure to delete duplicates to reduce your NSFW footprint.

Read More: Protect Your Private Photos in a Private Gallery

Disable Google Photo Sync
Android devices include a nifty feature that will automatically backup your photos and videos to the cloud once you connect to Wi-Fi. These backups can be performed to iCloud, Dropbox, or Google Drive. While an excellent solution for making sure your favorite holiday photos are stored, if your smartphone houses a mini boudoir you may not want the service active. To disable having your photos automatically backed up to the cloud, head to your device’s settings and locate ‘Auto Backup,’ there you can disable the backup functionality that may give away your little secret to the cloud.

Hide Your Photos Deep Within
If you don’t mind getting a bit technical and opening up a file manager on your device, you can create a hidden folder for storing NSFW content. Open your file manager of choice, create a new folder with a name that begins with a period (.), and move all of your photos and videos to this new location. The Gallery app on Android will ignore any folders that begin with a period, so this is a clever way to keep your private photos out of the main photo app – simply use the file manager to access the images.

Add That Secure Passcode
Finally, and we repeat it all the time, add a secure passcode to unlock your device. Merely head to ‘Settings’ and seek out your ‘Unlock Security’ settings. We recommend avoiding easy to guess pattern or pins. Try utilizing a code that is at least six digits, doesn’t repeat, and isn’t a combination that’s easy to guess – such as your birthdate.

 

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