Backing up content on your phone is a very important thing to do. It helps you to restore your data if anything bad happens with your phone. Although backing up data is not a hard task to do, Google is simplifying the way to backup your content with Google One. Google has now announced that Google One can back up MMS, original quality photos, and videos on Android.
Google One is a service offered by Google for cloud storage and more. Now, Google is expanding Android’s stock backup features with Google One. Android’s built-in backup feature stores app data, call history, contacts, settings, and SMS. Google One adds the addition of MMS as well as original quality photos and videos.
Drop it, break it, lose it or replace it: whatever happens to your Android phone, automatic backup protects your photos, videos, messages and more. Now available for Google One members on the Google One app → https://t.co/Vmjvu9PF1Q pic.twitter.com/D6PcbSc3Uj
— Google (@Google) September 12, 2019
Original-quality media uploads have been available ever since the beginning of Google Photos. But in case, if you don’t use Photos, Google One is your one-stop destination for you. Google One also makes it much easier to manage your backups as it’s just a matter of toggling on the stuff you want to save. There’s also a Device Backup card that shows when the last backup was performed and gives the option to do one now.
Just like the traditional backup feature, Google One also has the ‘Restore’ option to take back all the data back to your device. Device backup is rolling out now to Google One members. Unlike Android’s built-in backup tools, this one does require a monthly subscription, which starts at $2 per month.
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