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Samsung My Files gets Labs features with update 

Samsung has rolled out a new update for the My Files app, which brings Labs features to offer users an optimized file management experience. Accordingly, the latest update of My Files has arrived with version and its offerings are collected in an 18.27MB package size.

With the release of version, Samsung has added My Files Labs Features in the app. However, this new addition brings even more functionality and customization options to the already powerful file management tool. Some of them are data history, media files pending status, and more.

Notably, the My Files Labs Features are designed to provide users with experimental elements and tools. It allows users to test out new functionalities that are not yet widely available. Therefore, the use of these new additions on a regular basis could lead users to potential risks like data corruption.


In addition to the new Labs features, the update might also resolve common bugs and elevate the functioning of the My Files app on Samsung Galaxy devices. Below you can check the features that the latest update brings and you can download it through the Galaxy Store or via this link.

Samsung My Files Labs Features

Permanently Delete Option:

  • It will show the permanently delete option in the delete dialog.

Data History:

  • Requires “Usage data access” permission to generate reports on which apps are using significant storage.

Files Operation History:

  • Keeps a log of file operations.

Media Files Pending Status:

  • Displays pending statuses for media files.

Original Files of Edited Images/Videos:

  • Retains the original files of edited media.

Reorganize Folders:

  • Automatically organizes folders containing over 100 items to simplify file searching.

Samsung My Files Labs update 


Samsung My Files gets Labs features with update 

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