Thursday, September 14, 2017

Google will delete your Android backups after 60 days of inactivity

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Android backups are something that no one really seems to be happy with. Countless threads on Reddit and other forums routinely state that the a more powerful backup system is something people want to see in the next version of Android. Currently, phones with Android 6.0 and above will backup things like Wi-Fi passwords, some app data, call history, device settings and more. But, if you let your phone sit idle, Google is eventually going to blow out your unused backups.


Reddit user Tanglebrook took to the Android subreddit to let others know about his painful situation. Due to a faulty battery, Tanglebrook was unable to use his Nexus 6P for a few months. With only an iPhone to use in the meantime, their backups expired. Now they’re left to start from scratch on their next Android device.


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