Set 4-digit Passcode to make Secure iPhone Dropbox [how to]

Would you like to set 4-digit Passcode to make secure iPhone Dropbox? Read here carefully. The California based tech company dropbox is became a secure privacy cloud storage provider. Because, it has brought out, an option to set 4-digit Passcode for make iPhone Dropbox more secure and Private. So far, we used dropbox on our iPhone, iPad but without Passcode lock facility. But now, we can keep Dropbox photos and all stored files (PDF, MP3, Doc files etc.) in a safe custody.

Before dropbox was trusted and now we can say with emphasize its more trustful firm. In Addition, as you know that we get our dropbox data as it is whenever those access.

Let know in brief, what is the actual benefit to set 4-digit Passcode to make secure iPhone Dropbox?

  • After generated 4-digt Dropbox Passcode, you’ll get Smart and secure Dropbox
  • You haven’t needed third-party apps to hide your Dropbox app from your iPhone or iPad home Screen.
  • You can access your data from dropbox just entering 4-digit Passcode.how to reset Dropbox Passcode on iPhone, iPad, iOS 9

So, you’re keen to do this but you’ve no idea right? Don’t worry. We recommend the following trick with pictures to set 4-digit Passcode to make secure iPhone Dropbox.

Six Steps to set 4-digit Passcode to make secure iPhone Dropbox: iOS 9, iPhone 6S,6 Plus,5S,5,5C

Step 1. Lunch latest Dropbox on your iPhone/iPad

Step 2. Tap on Settings (look at right-lower side Gear icon on screen)how to Set 4-digit Passcode to make Secure iPhone Dropbox

Step 3. Tap on Passcode Lock then

Step 4. Tap Turn Passcode OnHow to Set 4-digit Passcode dropbox in iOS 9

Step 5. Now Enter Dropbox Passcode,

Step 6. Then Re-enter dropbox Passcode.how to Change Dropbox Passcode on iPhone, iPad, iOS 9

You’re done.

Don’t forget: if you enter wrong Passcode 10-times then your iPhone will be signed from Dropbox.

Know how to Change Dropbox Passcode on iPhone, iPad

To Change Dropbox Passcode,

Go to Dropbox Settings > Passcode Lock > Enter your Dropbox old Passcode > Then tap on Change Passcode > again Enter old Passcode > Then now Enter your new Passcode

That’s it.

You can also keep your Touch ID as your Dropbox Passcode. Please share your feedback in the comment box.

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