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Samsung Could Give Up on Samsung Cloud for Microsoft OneDrive
10-31-2019, 06:00 PM,
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Samsung Could Give Up on Samsung Cloud for Microsoft OneDrive
The collaboration between Samsung and Microsoft seems to be ready to advance to the next level, as the South Korean phone maker is reportedly making changes that bring it closer to adding native support for OneDrive on its devices. Specifically, the whole plan appears to be replacing Samsung Cloud integration with Microsoft OneDrive, and Galaxy Note10 devices sold in South Korea provide us with an early look at how this new idea could work.  lightning link casino cheat

These smartphones have recently received an update that enables the Samsung Gallery app to sync photos with OneDrive and allow users to configure their devices to automatically back up photos and videos to Microsoft’s cloud service. This isn’t necessarily surprising, especially given that Samsung announced such plans in the summer, but according to TizenHelp, the company is actually making changes that suggest the end of Samsung Cloud might be near. bingo bash hack

"OneDrive on Galaxy Note10" 

Once Samsung Gallery is configured to use OneDrive, restoring to Samsung Cloud is no longer possible, and some see this as an indication that Samsung wants to discontinue its cloud service and stick with Microsoft’s OneDrive going forward. While such a plan is yet to be confirmed by Samsung, OneDrive becoming a more important part of devices manufactured by the South Korean firm is without a doubt a big win for Microsoft. golden hoyeah cheat

If this indeed happens in South Korea, there’s a good chance that OneDrive will be offered as the go-to cloud service in other regions as well. And at the same time, despite being limited to Galaxy Note10 for now, the update will most likely be shipped to other Samsung models too, making OneDrive a more common offering across the entire Samsung lineup. 

It goes without saying this should be taken with a healthy dose of skepticism since a confirmation is yet to be offered, but given the ongoing partnership between Samsung and Microsoft, fully embracing OneDrive just seems to make sense for the South Korean mobile device maker.

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