Know where Telegram files are stored it is a resource that every user should know since in this way it can be accessed without having to enter the application. That is why below in The Power Of The Green Android we will explain the location of downloaded documents in Telegram in so you can use them whenever you want.
Where are Telegram files saved in Android 2022?
To know where Telegram media files are stored, we'll be using Google's folder explorer, which is a great app for accessing folders on our device.
Download Google Files 2022
You can download google file manager for free directly from the Play Store application store via the following link.
Once the application is open, we must do the following:
- We go to the bottom of the screen and select «Explore».
- We enter "Internal storage".
Now we will have access to all the folders on the internal memory unit, we will only have to find one folder called Telegram. Once located, we went inside.
Where are Telegram 2022 files downloaded?
Once we access the folder we will see several subfolders with the following names:
- Audio: where sent and received audio notes are stored.
- Documents: any type of document.
- Images: the images we send or receive.
- XNUMX. Cookies the video clips we receive or send.
For example, if we access a "Images" we will have access to all the images we have received on Telegram, in this way we will be able to operate with them for both delete them, share them, open them or copy them to another memory unit. To do this, we just have to click on the "arrow" pointing downwards to their right.
And in iOS Telegram where are the files saved?
Due to company policies, Apple doesn't allow its users to access folders within their applications. Therefore, the file explorer will not allow you to access these downloads with conventional methods, so if you want to access Telegram documents you have to do it through the application.
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