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In August this year, Samsung and Microsoft announced an expanded partnership that will see Galaxy devices come preloaded with many of Microsoftโ€™s Android apps and services. At the time of the announcement, Samsung highlighted enhanced Outlook experience, OneDrive integration, and Link to Windows as outcomes of the collaboration.

Link to Windows made its debut with the Galaxy Note 10 (currently available on a few other Galaxy devices as well), while the Outlook Android app gained S Pen support a few weeks later. Now, OneDrive integration is going live for the Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+ on Android 10 beta, allowing users to sync their photos and videos directly to Microsoftโ€™s OneDrive from the Gallery app.

If you meet the device requirements, you can go to your Gallery settings and connect your Microsoft OneDrive account to use it as a backup solution. This will also transfer all your existing photos and videos in Samsung Cloud (barring whatโ€™s in the cloud Recycle Bin) to OneDrive. Microsoft will maintain your current Samsung Cloud storage quota for free for one year after which you need to pay for any additional space over what the OneDrive free plan offers. The Redmond-based company is also giving 15GB bonus storage to Galaxy users for one year on top of the free 5GB that comes with the OneDrive free tier.

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they hv limit cloud space to 5gb i guess
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bro mere kik eh baat bta naazid k nai beta pe hi ruku ya dongrade kru
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now dont downgrade bro...
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stable ke liye wait kre
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btao bro aap bhi bets hi use kr rhe
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btao bro
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dont downgrade nw bro...
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