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How to Download All Your Photos From Facebook

Please save and download all your Facebook photos before canceling your account.

what you need to know

  • Visit Facebook’s Download My Info page post.
  • Choose Download requestWait for the email to receive the ZIP file.
  • Cell Phones, Cell Phones: Settings and Privacy > setting > Turn off Facebook activity > more options > Download information.

This article explains how to download all Facebook photos at once and why you choose to download them. These instructions will help you download data from Profiles, Groups and Pages.

How do I download all my photos from my Facebook profile or page?

Facebook makes it easy to download all your photos, so you don’t have to store each photo individually.

This step is for saving each individual picture. These instructions are too many if you want to download a single album or just a few images. Instead, you can easily save selected images or albums. Follow the steps at the bottom of this page for these instructions.

Download Facebook Photos on Your Computer

One way to do this is to use the Facebook website on your computer. Here are these steps: Alternatively, you can skip to the next section to learn how to do this in the mobile app.

Select the menu button at the top right Settings and PrivacyAnd setting.

To complete this step faster, go directly to the Download My Info page, then continue with step 4.

Choose seclusion Next in the left field your facebook information (for profile) or Facebook page information (for pages).

Facebook info button highlighted in Facebook interface.

Choose Download Profile Information.

Select in Facebook settings and download highlighted profile information.

Select the format (HTML or JSON), quality (high, medium, or low), and date range from the menu. for example, HTML, HighAnd always.

On Facebook, select the File option (highlighted) to request a download page.

Select if you don’t want to download everything your account can store. deselect all Under Select information to download.

Facebook disables all buttons highlighted in the selected page download info.

Choose post from the list. Choose groups Download post information of the group you belong to.

Featured and featured Facebook posts for download information.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to select Download request. After a few seconds, the button will be grayed out while Facebook is preparing to download.

Request the download button highlighted in Facebook settings.

You will receive an email and notification from Facebook when the download is ready. Clicking on the link in the email will take you directly to the ‘Available Files’ tab on the ‘Download My Info’ page. You can also visit us by clicking on a notification on Facebook.

Facebook notifications about file downloads.

Choose Download.

This is a list of files that can be downloaded from Facebook settings.

Enter your password at the prompt and select Next. ConfirmThen choose again at the final prompt.

Facebook login page with highlighted fields and buttons.

Choose a location to save the file. You can also provide a name or accept the default. facebook-(username).zip.

To access your downloaded Facebook photos, unzip the file (there are many file decompression utilities available) \Posts\Media\ folder.

Media folder in Facebook Downloads

Download Facebook Photos from Facebook App

The steps to bulk store all your Facebook photos in the app are similar to setting up your desktop.

Go to your profile page and then scroll down Settings and Privacy > setting.

Facebook Android app profile and settings menu

Choose Turn off Facebook activity on the next page security section, and then more options > Download information.

Turn off the Facebook Activity screen with steps for the Facebook Android app highlighted.

where Request a copy tap, tap deselect allthen tap post So that’s the only thing that’s checked.

If you want to save everything, you can leave everything selected, but that’s up to you.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to define the date range, format and media quality to apply to the image. For example, you can choose: all my data, HTMLAnd High.

win Create a file.

The Download My Info screen with steps for the Facebook Android app highlighted.

you will be delivered immediately available copy A tab on the Download My Info screen.

wait for them pending Select Remove State, then Download. Another way to see the download button if you don’t want to wait is to look for an email or Facebook notification that it’s ready, then follow the link provided.

The Facebook Android app downloads an information screen with the relevant steps highlighted.

Facebook will open in your browser. When prompted, log in and accept the download. It is saved as a ZIP file on your phone.

If you don’t know how or how to unzip files on Android, check out How to Open ZIP Files on iPhone/iPad.

Facebook Android app login page and file download prompt highlighted.

When downloading all Facebook photos

You may be wondering why you want to store all your Facebook photos on your computer instead of keeping them online for years. There are many reasons for this, but the most likely is canceling your Facebook account.

When you delete your Facebook account, you don’t have to lose all the precious memories you have stored in the Photos app. In fact, Facebook provides a way to download all your photos during the deletion process. Because people may not want a Facebook account anymore, but most want to keep their photos.

Even if you don’t intend to delete your account, we recommend that you save all your Facebook photos to your computer in case you want to delete them from your account. You may have an album full of photos that you no longer want to show your friends. Before deleting, follow the instructions above to download in bulk.

Download a single album or photo from Facebook

The above instructions are not the only way to save photos offline using Facebook. In fact, this method is more than necessary if you only want to store a few photos or albums.

For example, to save an album, find it in your account and access it using the menu button. album download button. Storing a single photo is similar. Open it full size and use the three-dot menu to find the file. Download button.

Download album button on Facebook

If you are using the mobile app, open the image you want to download, tap the three-dot menu, then save on phone.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to download Facebook videos?

    To save your own Facebook video, go to: more > video > your video And pencil symbol. Select Quality and then click. Download Under more menu. A third-party app is required to download other people’s Facebook videos.

  • How do I download Facebook Live videos?

    You can access your saved Facebook live streams via: your video side. For others, use an app like Friendly for Facebook that offers a download option in the share menu.


More information

How to Download All Your Photos From Facebook

Save and download all your Facebook photos before canceling your account

What to Know
Visit Facebook’s Download Your Information page and choose Posts.
Select Request a download, and wait for the email to get the ZIP file.
Mobile: Settings & Privacy > Settings > Off-Facebook Activity > More Options > Download Your Information.

This article explains how to download all your Facebook photos at once, and why you might decide to do so. These directions will help you download data from your profiles, groups, and pages.

How Do I Download All My Photos From My Facebook Profile or Page?

Facebook makes downloading all your photos easy, so you don’t have to save each of them individually.

These steps are for saving every single photo. If there’s a single album you want to download, or just a few pictures, these directions are a bit much. It’s easy to save select pictures or albums instead; follow the steps at the bottom of this page for those directions.
Download Facebook Photos From a Computer

One way to do this is from Facebook’s website on a computer. Below are those steps, or you can skip down to the next section to learn how to do this through the mobile app.

Select the menu button at the top right, and choose Settings & privacy, and then Settings.

For a quicker way to complete these steps, go directly to the Download Your Information page, and then skip down to Step 4.

Choose Privacy from the left panel, followed by Your Facebook Information (for profiles), or Facebook Page Information (for pages).

Select Download Profile Information.

Pick a format (HTML or JSON), quality (high, medium, or low), and date range from the menus. For example, HTML, High, and All time.

Unless you want to download everything you can possibly save from your account, choose Deselect All under Select information to download.

Select Posts from the list. Choose Groups to download post information from the groups you belong to.

Scroll to the very bottom of the page and choose Request a download. After a few seconds, the button will be greyed out as Facebook prepares the download.

You’ll receive an email and a notification on Facebook when the download is ready. Click the link in the email—it goes directly to the Available files tab on the Download Your Information page. You can also get there by clicking the notification on Facebook.

Select Download.

Enter your password at the prompt, and then select Confirm, and then select it again on the final prompt.

Choose where to save the file. You can specify a name, too, or accept the default, which is facebook-(your username).zip.

To access your downloaded Facebook photos, unzip the file (there are lots of file unzip utilities you can use), and then go into the \posts\media\ folder.

Download Facebook Photos From the Facebook App

The steps for saving all your Facebook photos in bulk from the app are similar to the desktop settings.

Go to your profile page, and then scroll to the bottom and go to Settings & Privacy > Settings.

Select Off-Facebook Activity on the next page, from the Security section, and then More Options > Download Your Information.

In the Request a copy tab, tap Deselect all, and then tap Posts so it’s the only thing checked.

You could leave everything checked if you want to save everything, but it’s up to you.

Scroll to the very bottom of the page, and define the date range, format, and media quality that should apply to the pictures. For example, you could select All of my data, HTML, and High.

Tap CREATE FILE.

You’ll immediately be taken to the AVAILABLE COPIES tab of the Download Your Information screen.

Wait for the Pending status to go away, and then select Download. Another way to see the download button if you don’t want to wait, is to watch out for an email or Facebook notification saying it’s ready, and then follow the link you’re given.

Facebook will open in your browser. Log in if asked, and then accept the download. It’ll save to your phone as a ZIP file.

See how to unzip files on Android or how to open a ZIP file on iPhone/iPad if you’re not sure how.

When to Download All Your Facebook Photos

You might wonder why you’d ever want to save all your Facebook photos to your computer instead of just keeping them online where they have been for years. There are different reasons for doing this, but the most likely is you’re cancelling your Facebook account.

You don’t have to lose all those precious memories you’ve stored in photos when you delete your Facebook account. In fact, Facebook provides a way to download all your pictures during the deletion process, because while folks might not want their Facebook account anymore, most want to keep their photos.

If you have no intention of deleting your account, you still might want to save all your Facebook photos to your computer if you plan to delete them from your account. Maybe you have some albums full of photos you no longer want your friends to see. Before erasing them, download them in bulk using the directions above.

Downloading a Single Album or Photo From Facebook

The instructions described above are not the only way Facebook lets you save your photos offline. In fact, that method is more than you need to complete if there are just a few pictures or albums you want to save.

For example, to save an album, find it in your account and use the menu button to access the Download Album button. Saving a single photo is similar; open it to its full size view, and use the three-dot menu to find the Download button.

If you’re using the mobile app, open the picture you want to download, tap the three-dot menu, and then select Save to phone.

FAQ

How do I download Facebook videos?
To save your own Facebook videos, go to More > Videos > Your Videos and click the pencil icon. Choose the quality, and then click Download under the More menu. To download other people’s Facebook videos, you’ll need a third-party app.

How do I download a Facebook Live video?
You can grab your own, saved Facebook Live streams through the Your Videos page. For other people’s, use an app like Friendly for Facebook, which gives you download options in the Share menu.

#Download #Photos #Facebook

How to Download All Your Photos From Facebook

Save and download all your Facebook photos before canceling your account

What to Know
Visit Facebook’s Download Your Information page and choose Posts.
Select Request a download, and wait for the email to get the ZIP file.
Mobile: Settings & Privacy > Settings > Off-Facebook Activity > More Options > Download Your Information.

This article explains how to download all your Facebook photos at once, and why you might decide to do so. These directions will help you download data from your profiles, groups, and pages.

How Do I Download All My Photos From My Facebook Profile or Page?

Facebook makes downloading all your photos easy, so you don’t have to save each of them individually.

These steps are for saving every single photo. If there’s a single album you want to download, or just a few pictures, these directions are a bit much. It’s easy to save select pictures or albums instead; follow the steps at the bottom of this page for those directions.
Download Facebook Photos From a Computer

One way to do this is from Facebook’s website on a computer. Below are those steps, or you can skip down to the next section to learn how to do this through the mobile app.

Select the menu button at the top right, and choose Settings & privacy, and then Settings.

For a quicker way to complete these steps, go directly to the Download Your Information page, and then skip down to Step 4.

Choose Privacy from the left panel, followed by Your Facebook Information (for profiles), or Facebook Page Information (for pages).

Select Download Profile Information.

Pick a format (HTML or JSON), quality (high, medium, or low), and date range from the menus. For example, HTML, High, and All time.

Unless you want to download everything you can possibly save from your account, choose Deselect All under Select information to download.

Select Posts from the list. Choose Groups to download post information from the groups you belong to.

Scroll to the very bottom of the page and choose Request a download. After a few seconds, the button will be greyed out as Facebook prepares the download.

You’ll receive an email and a notification on Facebook when the download is ready. Click the link in the email—it goes directly to the Available files tab on the Download Your Information page. You can also get there by clicking the notification on Facebook.

Select Download.

Enter your password at the prompt, and then select Confirm, and then select it again on the final prompt.

Choose where to save the file. You can specify a name, too, or accept the default, which is facebook-(your username).zip.

To access your downloaded Facebook photos, unzip the file (there are lots of file unzip utilities you can use), and then go into the \posts\media\ folder.

Download Facebook Photos From the Facebook App

The steps for saving all your Facebook photos in bulk from the app are similar to the desktop settings.

Go to your profile page, and then scroll to the bottom and go to Settings & Privacy > Settings.

Select Off-Facebook Activity on the next page, from the Security section, and then More Options > Download Your Information.

In the Request a copy tab, tap Deselect all, and then tap Posts so it’s the only thing checked.

You could leave everything checked if you want to save everything, but it’s up to you.

Scroll to the very bottom of the page, and define the date range, format, and media quality that should apply to the pictures. For example, you could select All of my data, HTML, and High.

Tap CREATE FILE.

You’ll immediately be taken to the AVAILABLE COPIES tab of the Download Your Information screen.

Wait for the Pending status to go away, and then select Download. Another way to see the download button if you don’t want to wait, is to watch out for an email or Facebook notification saying it’s ready, and then follow the link you’re given.

Facebook will open in your browser. Log in if asked, and then accept the download. It’ll save to your phone as a ZIP file.

See how to unzip files on Android or how to open a ZIP file on iPhone/iPad if you’re not sure how.

When to Download All Your Facebook Photos

You might wonder why you’d ever want to save all your Facebook photos to your computer instead of just keeping them online where they have been for years. There are different reasons for doing this, but the most likely is you’re cancelling your Facebook account.

You don’t have to lose all those precious memories you’ve stored in photos when you delete your Facebook account. In fact, Facebook provides a way to download all your pictures during the deletion process, because while folks might not want their Facebook account anymore, most want to keep their photos.

If you have no intention of deleting your account, you still might want to save all your Facebook photos to your computer if you plan to delete them from your account. Maybe you have some albums full of photos you no longer want your friends to see. Before erasing them, download them in bulk using the directions above.

Downloading a Single Album or Photo From Facebook

The instructions described above are not the only way Facebook lets you save your photos offline. In fact, that method is more than you need to complete if there are just a few pictures or albums you want to save.

For example, to save an album, find it in your account and use the menu button to access the Download Album button. Saving a single photo is similar; open it to its full size view, and use the three-dot menu to find the Download button.

If you’re using the mobile app, open the picture you want to download, tap the three-dot menu, and then select Save to phone.

FAQ

How do I download Facebook videos?
To save your own Facebook videos, go to More > Videos > Your Videos and click the pencil icon. Choose the quality, and then click Download under the More menu. To download other people’s Facebook videos, you’ll need a third-party app.

How do I download a Facebook Live video?
You can grab your own, saved Facebook Live streams through the Your Videos page. For other people’s, use an app like Friendly for Facebook, which gives you download options in the Share menu.

#Download #Photos #Facebook


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