Access Hidden Folders on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 has earned quite an attainment recently in the Android Tablet market. It is proved to be great in both media and productivity as well. While talking about the price it looks to be quite expensive, but when compared with its main rival in the market right now the iPad Pro is cheaper.
Although while comparing the iPad Pro with Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 we should also note that Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is not as good as Apple iPod’s range. While running the Android Pie on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 the software experience part has got quite a lot of mixed reviews from the users. Now let’s have a look at Access Hidden Folders on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
How to view and Access Hidden Folders on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
The following steps show how to view the already hidden files and folders. Note that these steps are the same that should be followed to get back the hidden files even for the other Samsung devices. It takes around 8-10 minutes to finish the process.
- Start the process by swiping up from the bottom of the home screen.
- Locate and tap on the settings icon.
- Tap on the Device Care icon.
- Then to access the internal directories tap on Storage.
- Then to view the additional settings tap on Advanced option.
- Tap on files to view the internal files and data.
- Then tap on the quick menu icon represented by the triple-dot figure on the upper rightmost corner.
- Tap settings to proceed further.
- Then to view the hidden files or folders tap on turn on the switch next to show hidden system files.
- To view the contents simply open the folders.
- Then again to turn on the hidden folders and files go back to settings and then to My Files then toggle the switch to turn off the Show hidden system files.
- Also Read: How to Hide Offensive Words on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
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