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Topic # 236465 4-Jun-2018 07:14
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Samsung A3 2017, Android 7.0.

Whenever I view a photo in Messenger, it saves to the phone without me doing anything. If I look at Gallery, I can see all the Messenger photos there, and have to go through deleting them. It’s a pain.

Where is the setting to stop that happening?




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  Reply # 2028079 4-Jun-2018 07:43
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In Messenger click on your pic top right to get to settings,

 

then its under photos and media.


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  Reply # 2028080 4-Jun-2018 07:44
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open your settings, go to photos and media, and change the settings



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  Reply # 2028088 4-Jun-2018 08:46
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Thank you...

“Zuck stole my storage!”




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