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OneDrive Preview for Android Last 10 Updates

    Hey everyone!

    We’re back with another big update that we could really use your help in testing. We’re rolling out an update that will include a highly requested feature for our business customers: Camera Upload. We would really appreciate your help and feedback on this feature, so here are some tips for how to get started!

    • Go to Me -> Settings -> Camera Upload -> Auto Upload Account
    • You should see a new Account Switcher option to pick which account you want to upload to
    • If you want to upload your photos to your Business account, tap the switch account buttons and read the confirmation dialogs to confirm. NOTE: This will backup your entire camera roll to your Business account so please be sure this is OK before turning this feature on.
    • Check out the new “Photos” tab under Me for your Business account and watch your photos get uploaded!

    Please leave us comments below for any feedback and do note that you will need an Office 365 account in order to make this work.

    Thanks for helping us test, and thank you for using OneDrive!

    Do you want to beta test this app? Check it here


    18 Sep 2018 Google+ Community Update 77384 Community Members

    Version Varies with device

    What’s New

    • In addition to a PIN Code, you’ll now be able to use your fingerprint to lock the OneDrive app.
    • We’ve improved our grid view to help your photos stand out and look their best as well as making it easier than ever to see what photos are getting backed up in the Photos tab.


    20 Jul 2018 Google Play Release Update

    Version Varies with device

    What’s New

    • Now you can move the OneDrive app onto an SD card so you can have even more space for your files and offline content. Go to the app settings on your Android device to move the OneDrive app to your SD Card. Note: This is not currently supported on all Android devices.


    02 Jul 2018 Google Play Release Update

    Version Varies with device

    What’s New

    Version 5.9:
    • Now you can move the OneDrive app onto an SD card so you can have even more space for your files and offline content. Go to the app settings on your Android device to move the OneDrive app to your SD Card.
    • We've made some under-the-bonnet improvements to our Photos view to make it faster than ever to get back to all of your memories.


    09 May 2018 Google Play Release Update

    Hey everyone!

    We're back with a great update for you all. Check out app version 5.9 for an update on a highly requested feature: SD Card support! We are now officially compatible with Android's storage management feature which allows apps to be moved onto an SD Card.

    To take advantage of this feature (note: not all Android devices may support this functionality):

    1. Go to Settings
    2. Tap Applications or "Apps"
    3. Find OneDrive
    4. Tap Storage

    If your device is compatible with this feature, you should see an option to move the app to an SD card or change where the app is stored. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below!


    08 May 2018 Google+ Community Update 71841 Community Members

    Version Varies with device

    What’s New

    Version 5.7:
    • Accidentally delete a bunch of stuff? OneDrive has your back! We'll let you know when a large number of files have been deleted from your OneDrive so that you can restore them if you made a mistake.
    • Full Android O compatibility including notification channels and background battery optimisations.


    14 Apr 2018 Google Play Release Update

    Hey everyone! Thanks for reporting the issue regarding storage permissions and camera upload. As a few of you have noticed Beta 3 had an issue where you may have seen a prompt to enable storage permissions in order to resume camera backup. If you are still seeing this issue with Beta 4 or later, please try the following steps and letting us know if that resolves the issue for you:

    1. Go to Android App Settings and toggle the Storage permission for OneDrive off then on again
    2. Go to OneDrive in-app settings and toggle camera backup off then on again

    We apologize for this issue, but thank you all so much for reporting it quickly, and please let us know if the above helps at all!


    18 Mar 2018 Google+ Community Update 69594 Community Members

    Version Varies with device

    What's New

    Version 5.6:

    • Crop, rotate and choose from new filters to digitise your physical world with our enhanced Scan feature

    • Quickly navigate and find photos from a long time ago in a place far far away with our new fast scroller in the Photo view

    • Save space on your phone by capturing photos and saving them directly to OneDrive within the app


    16 Mar 2018 Google Play Release Update

    Version Varies with device

    What's New

    Version 5.4:

    • Crop, rotate and choose from new filters to digitise your physical world with our enhanced Scan feature

    • Quickly navigate and find photos from a long time ago in a place far far away with our new fast scroller in the Photo view

    • Save space on your phone by capturing photos and saving them directly to OneDrive within the app


    24 Feb 2018 Google Play Release Update

    What's New

    Version 5.2:

    • Full support for Android Notification Channels to help you take control over your notifications

    • A brand new look and feel! We've updated the look of the app to help you be more productive

    • Get access to your Shared, Recent, and Sites content faster than ever with our new tab bar navigation


    20 Jan 2018 Google Play Release Update