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Our new Auto Backup feature makes securing your mobile photos a breeze. Auto Backup will automatically upload each new photo you take to a new album in your Photobucket library. The album will be private by default, so nobody else can see your images.
To enable auto backup, first tap the Photobucket icon in the top left corner of the screen. This will open up your menu. Now tap Backup.
Tapping Get Started will immediately begin the backup process.
This will begin uploading all photos and videos on your phone into the album Mobile Uploads, in your Photobucket account.
Instead of uploading all your stored photos into one album, the Photobucket app will conveniently sort your photos into new albums by year/month.
ADJUSTING BACKUP SETTINGS
You can always turn Auto Backup on/off, or adjust when you’d like to automatically backup your photos – either only when connected to wifi, or over the air (using your data plan).
First, open up your menu by tapping the Photobucket icon in the top left corner of the screen. Tap settings.
Now tap Auto Backup.
Tap Auto Backup to turn backup on/off.
Once Auto Backup has been enabled, tap Wi-Fi Only to allow backup only over a wifi network (this option will not use your data plan and only begin backing up your photos once connected to a wifi network).
Unchecking this option allows the app to backup your images at any time (this option will use your data plan if not connected to a wifi network).
Please note - uninstalling and reinstalling the Photobucket app will cause auto backup to begin uploading all photos on your phone, regardless of whether they have already been uploaded previously.