How long have you been using Instagram? Sure that throughout these months or years you’ve accumulated a good amount of photographs, many of which would give you worth losing. And while photos are stashed in Instagram in principle, it is always safer to have an extra copy in case something happens. Is it possible? Yes, someone has already thought about this subject. In Dinzie we tell you how to make a backup of your photos of Instagram.
The tool that we use is Frostbox, which performs automatic backups of your photos of Instagram, thus also having them on another server.
Go to the bottom of the screen and click on “Backup Instagram on FrostBox”.
You will have to create an account on Frostbox. To do this, fill in the fields on the form and click on “Sign Up to Frostbox”.
Opens a window in which Frostbox ask you to choose a plan. You can close it by clicking on the “X” that appears in the upper right corner.
Now you will need to validate your account in the email that you have sent. If you can’t find it, check the Spam folder.
With the activated account, enter your user name and password to enter in Frostbox. Click on “Login To Frostbox”.
You can now choose which social network like the backup. Click on “Connect Instagram” and, on the next screen, again in “Connect with Instagram”.
Please enter your user name and password for Instagram to connect with the social network.
Click “Authorize” to allow access to your Instagram photos to FrostBox.
The backup will start. From now on, if you want to see your photos of Instagram in a different place, you don’t have to log in Frostbox more and can always find them there. In addition, in contrast to what happens if you download the photos on your hard drive, the backup will be updated automatically.