Getting Started Using iPhone 15

Now that Apple's long-awaited switch to USB-C on iPhone has been implemented, the setup of your Picture Keeper Connect has slightly changed. Don't worry though! There are only a couple additional steps to take, and the trade-off is a much faster backup. Below, we'll go over the steps to set up the app and get started with your Picture Keeper Connect. First, make sure iOS is up to date, and if you haven't already, download the PK Connect app PKC App.jpg from the App Store and open it.

  1. Tap Create Account if this is your first time using Picture Keeper, otherwise tap Sign In
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  2. Fill out the Create Account or Sign In screen, and then tap Create Account or Sign In 
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  3. Next, connect your Picture Keeper Connect to your iPhone using the provided Keeper Connector adapter
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  4. Tap Grant Access to Drive
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  5. Tap Open Drive Picker at the bottom
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  6. Tap the Browse Browse (Grey).jpg icon at the bottom right
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  7. Tap PKBACKUP
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  8. Tap Open at the top right
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  9. You should see "Access granted!" appear momentarily at the bottom
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  10. Tap Start Backup on the Home Home.jpg screen
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  11. Make sure to tap Allow Full Access when prompted, so Picture Keeper can back up your entire photo library, then sit back and enjoy the show!
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Didn't allow full access? Check out our support article here for how to change that setting.

**If you need any additional assistance, please contact Picture Keeper Keeper Support.