Android users have been asking for the ability to remove their phones’ files without a wipe, and now it seems that the latest version of Samsung’s mobile operating system has added a new feature that can do just that.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will now automatically delete files once they are opened on their new Android apps and on their Samsung Note 7 devices, meaning users will no longer have to go through a long wait for those files to be deleted.
This is in addition to the previous feature that removed files from the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge devices, which means users will not have to open those devices to delete those files.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are also now able to delete files from their respective Note 7 models, meaning that Samsung will be able to remove any files from those devices and those files will automatically disappear.
Users will also be able set up a Google Account and use the “Find Files” feature to search for and delete files on their Note 7s, and users will also have the option to share files on social networks like Twitter.
Users will still have to manually close the Samsung Note 9 and S10 apps and their Samsung Account before it deletes the files, but it appears that Samsung’s new feature will also work on any other Samsung devices.
This means users can now easily delete their Samsung Galaxy Apps from their Note 9s and S 10s and delete those apps from their S9s and Note 9’s.