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Encrypt Files on Your SD Card Using Your Android Phone

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Does encryption relate to locking?

Does encryption damage anything and what is it used for? I want to lock my device and memory card, so can encryption help me?

No, encrypting your SD card won't damage any of your files, it simply adds another security layer for your data. This will help you to keep your important personal files safe. Once you encrypt your files, you'll be asked to enter a password every time you want to access them.

In order to encrypt your SD card and the files, follow the instructions in our main guide. You can access this guide by clicking on the title of this Q&A page or the link below the article summary.

Is there a possibility of the encrypted SD card with password, might not open?

I am apprehensive that the encrypted SD card might not open.

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