Do you have some private file that you want to hide from your friends, family, or any person who borrow your handset? Well, you better go to Google Play store right now buddy. There are plenty of Android app that offer such function there. But for personally, i prefer to use the “non-app” method. What is that? It is safe? Off course it is. The main advantage from hiding files without app is that you can save some amount of your internal data storage. That should be a great feature for anyone who has Android with small internal memory like me.
Interested to try this method? Just stay here little bit longer and read my complete tutorial here!
1. Power up your desktop computer
2. Click Start > Run > type CMD and press enter
3. Type the following command and press enter key
copy con .nomedia
4. Press ctrl+Z and press enter
5. Look at your default CMD folder (mine is located in C:\Document), there should be a new file called as .nomedia
6. Move this file inside a folder that you want all of it’s content hidden
Well, that’s it! Open gallery app and you will see that your folder won’t be detected. In order to gain access to the hidden file, you can just rename or remove the file. Want to make multiple hidden folder? Just copy the .nomedia file to other location. Quite simple isn’t it?tags: Android, Apps, Create, guide, hide, How to, Tips, Tutorial