Go to Settings > Lock screen and security > Security > Fingerprints.
This features gives you the ability to hide your personal content in different apps including:
4. Voice Recorder
5. My Files
Whether it’s a photo, video, music or other different files, hiding contents is fairly simple. All you have to do is to select the file that you want to hide, then tap on ‘More’ button that will appear at the top right corner of the phone, then select ‘Move to Private’.
1. Enable Private Mode from either notification panel or from Settings > Privacy and Safety, and you’ll be welcomed with a disclaimer screen informing you about not protecting your contents from other 3rd party apps. After that, you should choose a lock method varying from pattern to fingerprint and then choose a backup method just in case your primary lock method didn’t work.
You can also disable the Private Mode when the screen turns off.
When Private Mode is enabled, a folder with the name of ‘Private’ will appear in My Files app, that folder will include every thing that you’ve hidden on the phone using this mode.
2. To hide the contents, we simply select them. After that, a ‘MORE’ button will appear at the top right corner of the phone. Tap on it then choose ‘Move to private’. Finally, you’ll be prompted with a message ‘X items moved to Private‘.
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