Google has started rolling out the feature “Backup by Google One” in the form of an update. The idea is to go and replace the Android backup service on the settings page to have a more unified backup experience.
The Google One backup will also cover photos / videos (Google Photos), messages and any other data you want to have a backup of. The management and other controls for these backups are accessible from the same page. Users can also access these backup preferences from the Google One app or website.
Even though the backup option has come under the Google One brand, 9to5Google reports that this new system will be implemented on all Google accounts. The company reportedly plans to continue improving the overall experience.
Android backups generally consist of general settings related to the device, including wallpapers, WiFi networks / passwords, date, time, languages, and so on.
From Android 8.0 onwards
According to reports, Google One backup started arriving on all Android 8.0 devices earlier this week. The update is expected to be widely available in the coming weeks. Google should offer more information when the feature is ready for wider rollout. The new backup option is accessible via Android settings – System – Backup.
All Google Account users will have at least 15GB of free Google One storage. Anything beyond this limit will require the purchase of a subscription.
Google One is turning into one of the leading all-around storage services available. It has seen several improvements since it arrived in 2018.
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