Google Will Auto Delete All Your Backup If Inactive For 60days

Beware, tech giant Google will delete your Android backups of your Android machine in case your telephone stays inactive for 60 days. After two months, your backup information will automatically vanish. The clock begins ticking after you stay inactive for 2 weeks. Google Drive will show the date on which your information will expire under the backup. And to utter amusement, you can’t retrieve the info in any method as soon as deleted. Whether or not this resolution is daring or novice, solely time will tell.

There is just one method out of this disaster and that’s to maintain utilization of your Android machine time to time to check Google Drive. If in some way you neglect to check Google servers, the corporate, with none prior warning and notification, will wipe out your information. The identical occurred with a man who switched to iPhone from Nexus 6P and after that when he tried to access his backups from Nexus 6P he discovered the Google has deleted his entire data, nothing left.

Google support/help page states: Your backup will remain as long as you use your device. If you don’t use your device for 2 weeks, you may see an expiration date below your backup, for example, expires in 54 days.


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