If you’re using OneDrive on Android and you can’t sync your photos and videos from your Camera Roll to Microsoft’s cloud storage service, you and the company are currently working on a solution to this problem.
Downloaded more than a billion times worldwide from the Google Play store, Microsoft OneDrive is a popular way for Android smartphone users to back up their photos and videos to the cloud.
Despite OneDrive’s popularity, since at least 2018, camera upload errors have long been a problem for both desktop and mobile users of the service, according to user reports on Microsoft community sites and social media.
Android OneDrive users who are having sync issues with cloud storage services have started seeing error messages similar to the following: “Camera uploads suspended. To enable camera uploads, allow OneDrive access to your photos and media.”
Microsoft has a solution
Microsoft engineers are currently in the process of finding a permanent solution to this problem, but the company has come up with a solution, which involves fixing OneDrive permissions.
According to Microsoft, grant OneDrive media/camera permissions first[拒否]From the Settings menu of the app, set to[カメラのアップロード]should be able.
To get started, Android OneDrive users go to the phone’s Settings menu, find Permission Manager,[ファイルとメディア]You have to go to the section. Here, select OneDrive from the app list and[拒否]to select. Then go back to OneDrive app and[自分]should be selected. In the Settings menu of the app,[カメラのアップロード]To complete the workaround go to and enable this feature.
You’ll hear more from Microsoft if a company engineer comes up with a permanent fix, but until then, check out our list of the best cloud storage for your photos if you want to find an alternative to OneDrive. Might be worth it. In the meantime.
Through Bleeping Computer