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The Samsung service ends today: this is how users should act now

The Samsung service ends today: this is how users should act now

In September 2020, Samsung announced the completion of some Samsung cloud functionality for users in 2021. Samsung originally planned to complete the gallery synchronization, driver and payment store project features by August 31, 2021. However, the company has decided to postpone the conclusion of these operations for another three months.

In an email to customers, Samsung writes:

“We have decided to postpone the closing date of operations for another three months compared to the first announced date to ensure that our customers have enough time to migrate or download their data. Samsung Cloud is no longer supported and your data will be deleted.”

Samsung Cloud users need to transfer data to OneDrive

Samsung Cloud users should respond soon.

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If you are still using Samsung Cloud, you must transfer your data to Microsoft One Drive before October 1st. After that date, although you can no longer transfer files from Samsung Cloud to Microsoft OnDrive, Samsung will still allow you to download all your data from the cloud.

Samsung will stop the current use of cloud gallery sync and drive functions, and Samsung will automatically cancel all tariff storage plans from October 1st. The final shutdown of these operations is scheduled for November 30th. It is important to know that after November 30, Samsung will erase all your data and it will no longer be downloadable.

You can easily transfer your files to Microsoft OneDrive by opening the Samsung Cloud Processor and going to Settings> OneDrive.

Contribution Samsung Cloud users now have until September 30 to transfer data to OneDrive Originally appeared on and provided further information by CHIP editors.

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