Samsung Galaxy S5 came with features of enhanced performance but there is a way to make it perform even better and faster. For example, the photos and videos that are captured to an online storage service can be uploaded in an instant with Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Link.
If you are new to this feature, then read this post to know the use of Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Link for instant uploading of photos and videos.
Upload Photos And Videos Faster With Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Link
>From the Home screen of your Galaxy S5, touch Apps.
>Tap Samsung Link from the next screen. (If you do not see it in the screen, you have to download Samsung Link from Google Play store.)
>Tap Get Started button from the Samsung Link to proceed.
>Tap All Content.
>The screen will prompt a message. Read it and touch Ok.
>At the top rightmost corner of the screen, you will see More Options. Touch it.
>Tap Settings from the sub-menu items.
>In the next screen, you will see Registered Storage. Touch this option to register to a new storage service.
>Now tap Add storage to proceed.
>A list of available storage will be appeared at the screen. You can choose your preferred storage service from the available list by tapping the Sign In button beside the option.
>On the next screen you will be prompted to sign in to your selected service. Provide your password and email for that account and then tap Sign in to continue. (For example, if you have selected Dropbox from the previous screen, you have to provide the password and email for that Dropbox account.)
>On-screen message will appear, read it and then tap the Allow button. (By touching the Allow button Samsung Link will be able to upload content to your account, and if you select Cancel button on the screen, Galaxy S5 will not be able to upload contents to your account.)
>Touch the Back button to go back to the Settings screen.
>Turn on Auto Upload by taping the slide next to this option.
>In Auto Upload screen, tap the drop-down box which is labeled as None and select a registered storage service. (If you already have set up Dropbox account the last time when you set your phone, Dropbox will be shown on the list.)
>In this guide, I will use Dropbox, so touch Dropbox to proceed.
>After you select Dropbox, you will see other options inside it. Touch videos, photos or photos/videos to upload automatically.
> Set your auto upload preferences by tapping Auto Upload Settings.
That’s all. Now you can upload videos and photos that you have captured to an online storage instant service with Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Link.