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A step-by-step guide to backing up all your travel photos to Google

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The most expensive goods these days are photos and videos. No matter where we go and what we do, we make sure to click the moments on our mobile or sometimes carry a camera. These memories in the form of images are there to stay forever without deteriorating their quality. When it comes to travel, we often come back with hearts full of memories and an SD card full of photos and videos. It is our responsibility to properly save these images and save them to Google.

Back up all your travel photos after your vacation!

If stored properly, photos are here to stay forever. It’s a very very simple process to keep our travel photos with us all the time and of course without an almost full SD card. Once you get back from your vacation, sit down with all the content and save it to Google. Following this, you will have no fear of accidentally losing the photos or even having to delete them due to storage issues.

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A backup of a Google account is very useful. You can keep all your apps, documents, pictures and videos safe. Android smartphones have ‘Google Photos’ and it is a storage service to share, store and backup all your photos to Google Drive. In case your mobile does not have this application, just download it from Google Play Store. The steps are quite simple and completely practical.

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A step-by-step guide to backing up your travel photos to Google:

  • Open the Google Photos app on your device.
  • Tap your profile icon in the upper right corner.
  • You will find an option “Enable backup” then click on it.
  • A dialog box will appear on the screen. Tap “Enable backup”.
  • Now you will have 2 options. One is to back up your travel photos in their original quality and size, which takes up more space on Google Drive. Another option is to save photos in “Storage saver” mode. This will allow you to save the photos using less storage and lower quality.
  • Once you are done, you need to click on the “Confirm” option.
  • By following these steps, Google Photos will back up all images.