Google has started rolling the option so that users can manually backup data to Google Drive.
With the manually backup”Back up to Google Drive” option, owners of an Android device will not have to rely on their previous settings, which will allow backups when charging the device. The only requirement for an updated backup option is to have a Wi-Fi connection, which is visible on later pop-ups that tells the user to use a consumer connection. For Kruger’s tweets, this feature also worked on different types of phones, which included a Droid Turbo model based on Android Marshmallow.
For those looking to use the “Back up to Google Drive”
Data backup on Google Drive was included on each Android phone, with manual override. It also includes the most recent launches, such as OnePlus 6T and Google Pixel3 / Pixel 3XL In addition to this feature, Google has recently added other features to the drive, such as ‘drive in priority’, which suggests organizing backup content as well as arranging better file search options. Offers.
Google had promised a manual backup to Google Drive with the first Android version. This was confirmed on the release of Android Pie, which meant that this feature will come with Android Q
According to user Alex Kruger, Android users will now be able to manually select the backup of data on Google Drive. Tipster posted a screenshot of updates on Twitter and said that this feature was available on a series of Android devices. Although Google has not yet confirmed the extension of the feature launch, it is in line with an update made in August.