XiaomiDevices – Although quite useful, but quite a lot of users xiaomi device which in the end want to delete the second space or Second Space. However, can it be done easily?
Of the many features it offers, the second space is one of Xiaomi’s flagship features in its special operating system, namely MIUI. As the name suggests, this feature will allow Xiaomi users or often called Mi Fans to create a second space.
Or simply, by using this second space feature, Mi Fans can create a separate second profile in one device, which can be used as if the second device was on the same device.
Interestingly, even though it runs separately, Mi Fans can also transfer data files from one room to another, using the Move Data utility that is built into the device.
To activate it, you can open Settings and open options Second Space. Next, you can set the second space, such as password and others, by following the steps shown.
And for those of you who have already activated it and want to delete it, below is a full review of how to easily delete the second space from a Xiaomi device.
How to Delete Second Space on Xiaomi Devices
- First of all, make sure you remember the Mi Account and the password, and make sure the device is connected to the internet
- open Settings from the first space of the Xiaomi device
- Scroll down then select an option Second Space
- From that page, select trash can icon located in the upper right corner of the page
- Next select Delete
- Enter Mi Account username and password and click OK
- Wait for the deletion process to complete
It should be noted, by deleting the second space on the Xiaomi device, the data in the deleted space will also be deleted completely, both user data in applications, photos, videos, and so on.
In addition, once the space is deleted, you cannot restore the space, so you should make a backup if there are various kinds of important data in it.
However, by erasing all the data, you will get a wider storage memory, because if previously stored by the application there were two data into one data as before.