To optimize the available storage space on your phone you can enable the "free space" feature to clean up photos/videos already backed up.
You can choose the type of files you want to clean, photos and videos, or videos only. Videos are usually files that take up a lot of space on your phone.
You can choose the age of the files you want to clean, 6 months, 1 month or 1 week, to keep only the most recent photos on your phone.
You will then receive notifications from the application when it is possible to save space on your phone by cleaning the memory. You will then be able to accept or refuse.
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How can I change the settings for automatic photo backup?
You can change these settings at any time in the application's settings page.
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Can I manually free up storage space on my smartphone?
Yes, if the automatic backup feature is enabled and your files are backed up, you can trigger a manual wipe of your phone at any time.
How does the automatic backup of my photos and videos work?
When the application first launches, you are invited to enable the automatic backup of your photos and videos. We recommend that you do this to fully benefit from the SOS Photos features. You can then choose to load your photos and videos continuously, regardless of your connection, or only when you are connected to the WiFi network. You can then find the photos and videos backed up in the “SOS Photos” directory in your space.
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