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Old September 5th, 2010, 07:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone found an app to lock individual pictures and/or video?

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Maybe you could choose to lock a hole directory, that's better, because you could put files into it, and just need one passcode.
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Maybe you could choose to lock a hole directory, that's better, because you could put files into it, and just need one passcode.
Is there a app that will lock the whole dir instead of just one file at a time?
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Is there a app that will lock the whole dir instead of just one file at a time?
"App Protector Pro" does. I use it & IMO a must have.
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Maybe you could choose to lock a hole directory, that's better, because you could put files into it, and just need one passcode.
One handy trick is to download any file manager and creat a new directory that starts with a period. Such as: .Pictures. Put your pics/vids in there and Android will ignore the folder. Simply change the name back or use your file manager to view them.
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SecretVault create an encrypted file and mount as a folder in your SD card. You can move sensitive documents, photographs to SecretVault. SecretVault unmount itself as a single encrypted file when you closed it.

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