Files app is great files and folders management app for the latest iOS users on iPhone and iPad. So we can locally save document & Files data into folder directly from other all cloud storage. All cloud supported app automatically accessible within the files app by disabling restriction on it.
Once we enable On My iPhone or iPad in Files app, we can hide or show the files app settings. Go through the below tricks and get rid of your Files app problems.
Users are getting surprised on Files app “On My iPhone missing or not showing in Files app” on iPhone XS Max, XS, iPhone XR, X, 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus. and Same For iPad.
Third-Party cloud storage is Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon Drive, and many others. To see or access all account in files app, you must be installed cloud app on the iOS device.
Steps for Enable Missing “On My iPhone” or “On My iPad” in Files app
On my iPhone or iPad option not in Files app
First, save the document to your iPhone or iPad locally. Photos app is the great source for enabling the “On My iPhone” or “On My iPad” option.
Step #1. Open the Photos app on iPhone, iPad
Step #2. Next, Open any photo on screen, Tap on the upper arrow with square box icon at the bottom.
Step #3. Now, See Save to Files option in sharing popup option.
Select location in File app: On My iPhone and Tap on Add
Step #4: Go to the Files app on iPhone or iPad
Tap on Browse tab at the bottom of the app. And see all sync and file management
Enable or Turn off Restriction for access cloud data in Files app
Yes, We can customize Locations in Files app, Tap on Edit from Top right corner of the screen.
Step #1. Enable Toggle for “On My iPhone.”
To Hide or Disable On My iPhone or iPad in Files app
Follow the above instructions and Disable “On My iPhone“ toggle.
Now, might be most of the app not showing the option to save document and folder into files app. But wait for the next update or the latest iOS compatible app.
Best of luck, use this feature for Save Files and Documents locally on iPhone, iPad: On My iPad, iPhone in Files app. Don’t miss to share this tutorial on Facebook, Twitter and be helpful for others.