Ever wondering why you aren't able to see most of your media files and shows only some of your photos and videos and is only a choice to be made to be backed up using the Clickfree backup genius device?
No other reason, your photos and videos could be stored in iCloud.
But don't you worry, it's an easy-peasy way to fix this issue! All you need to do is to temporarily download them to your iPhone/iPad's internal storage first.
Here's a step-by-step process that will guide you on how to successfully perform without having a doubt.
How to Get Photos from iCloud to iPhone with iCloud Photo Library
Most of the new iOS devices have a dedicated Photo Library feature. Using it, you can just sync your iPhone photos to your iCloud Library. This makes it easier for us to sync photos from multiple devices to a single iCloud account and making them available everywhere. Unlike iCloud backup, the process is a bit simpler and there are different ways to use the Photo Library feature. To learn how to download photos from iCloud to iPhone via Photo Library, the following steps can be taken:
Step 1 - Guide to Enable Photo Library on your iPhone
Before you proceed, just make sure that you already have your photos stored in your iCloud Photo Library. Now, to download photos from iCloud to iPhone, just visit your iPhone Settings > Photos & Camera. From the provided options, you just have to enable the 'iCloud Photos Library' option feature.
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Since this would sync iCloud Photo Library with your phone, iCloud photos will now be downloaded on your device. Similarly, the photos present on your device would be uploaded to iCloud. Additionally, you can also select if you wish to optimize the size of your photos or maintain their original quality from here.
STEP 2 - Guide to Disable and Delete Photo Library (optional)
Once you have successfully downloaded all the photos from iCloud to your iPhone, you can disable the Photo Library option. Firstly, go to the Photos & Camera Settings and turn off the iCloud Photo Library sync. After that, you can go to your iPhone Settings > iCloud > Manage Storage > iCloud Photo Library. Now, tap on the 'Disable and Delete' button and confirm your choice to remove the Photo Library feature from here.
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This will let you get more space on your iCloud storage since the saved photos would be present on your iPhone storage now and is ready for a massive backup.