Google will Delete Your Android Backups After 60 Days of Inactivity

For all those who use Google Drive for backing up their data, there is an important news for them. Google will Delete Your Android Backups After 60 Days of Inactivity. So, if your phone remains inactive for 60 days, Google will automatically delete your data.

Google will Delete Your Android Backups After 60 Days of Inactivity

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Google states regarding this:

“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.”

Google Drive will display the date on which your data will expire below the backup. The important thing to note here is that, once the data will be deleted, there is no way to recover it. To only way to out this problem, is keep using your Android device time to time to check Google Drive.

If you forget to check your Google Drive, then Google will remove your data without notifying you.

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Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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