How to Set Passcode for Dropbox App on iPhone and Android

Concerned about your important files? You can set the passcode for your Dropbox app on your iPhone and Android to prevent unauthorized access. Follow this quick guide to protect your file storage app with a four-digit passcode and keep your personal files fully secure.

I use Dropbox to manage all of my files across the devices seamlessly. The file storage app comes with several user-friendly features including the option to add extra security by using a four-digit passcode. Setting a passcode for Dropbox on iPhone and Android is a breeze and can be done with ease.

If you are using this popular cloud storage service on your mobile device and wish to offer an additional shield to your important files, must use the lock to prevent anyone from accessing them. Let me show you how it’s done the right way!

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How to Add Extra Security to Dropbox App on iPhone and Android

Step #1. Launch Dropbox on your iOS device.

Launch Dropbox on your iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap on the Account tab at the bottom right corner. Next, you need to tap on the Settings icon at the top left corner.

Tap on Account tap and then Settings icon in Dropbox App on iPhone

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Note: On your Android device, tap on the menu button at the top left corner → Settings.

Step #3. Next up, tap on Passcode Lock.

Tap on Passcode Lock in Dropbox App on iPhone

Note: On Android, tap on Configure Passcode.

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Step #4. Now, tap on Turn Passcode On.

Tap on Turn Passcode On in Dropbox App on iPhone

Step #5. Up next, you have to type in a four-digit passcode. You will have to enter the passcode again to confirm.

Set Passcode for Dropbox App on iPhoneThat’s it!

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Going forward, the file storage app will ask for a passcode whenever you or anyone tries to open it. And if you ever want to change the passcode, follow the same steps and then tap on Change Passcode. Next, enter the old passcode and then the new one.

Change Passcode for Dropbox App on iPhone and Android

That’s all folks!

Your turn:

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So, that’s how you can keep all of your files protected and also disallow others from taking a peek at them without your permission. Have any feedback to share with us? Feel free to shoot it in the comments below.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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