Where is internal storage on Samsung?

Answered by Jason Smith

To access the internal storage on your Samsung phone, you need to navigate to the “My Files” app. This app allows you to browse through various storage locations on your device, including internal storage, SD card, and network storage.

First, locate the “My Files” app on your device. It is usually found in the app drawer or on the home screen. Once you find it, tap on the icon to open the app.

Upon opening the app, you will see different storage options listed. Look for and tap on “Internal storage” to access the files and data stored in your phone’s internal memory.

After selecting internal storage, you will be presented with a list of folders and files. The organization may vary depending on your device model and Android version. However, one common folder you will likely find is the DCIM folder.

The DCIM folder is where photos and videos captured with your phone’s camera are usually stored. Tap on the DCIM folder to access these files. Within the DCIM folder, you may also find subfolders such as Camera, Screenshots, and Download, which further categorize your media files.

Aside from the DCIM folder, there may be other folders on your internal storage that contain different types of data. These can include Downloads, Documents, Music, and others. You can navigate through these folders to find the specific files you are looking for.

In addition to browsing through folders, the “My Files” app also allows you to perform actions such as copying, moving, deleting, and renaming files. Simply tap and hold on a file or folder to select it, then choose the desired action from the toolbar at the top of the screen.

It’s important to note that the exact steps and organization within the “My Files” app may vary slightly depending on the Samsung device model and Android version you are using. However, the general process of accessing internal storage remains the same.

I hope this helps you locate and access the internal storage on your Samsung phone.