Google Photos is one of the most preferred cloud storage options for backing up your photos and videos, especially for Google Pixel phones and other Android users. This platform can be used to store old photos and access them anytime using any device that lets you sign in to your Google Account. If you talk about an online free photo backup service, then Google Photos is the best. If you also use Google Photos and by mistake, you have deleted photos in Google Photos, then here we are telling you how they can be recovered. If you follow these steps, you can recover deleted photos from Google Photos.Also Read - Set Google Images As Live Wallpapers on Android Using These Steps | Details Inside

Google Photos categorizes photos in a very systematic way based on face, location, time, and many other album options. Even photos and videos you delete from the Google Photos app are kept in the Trash folder for 60 days before being erased forever. It is possible to retrieve them before they are erased. However, this only happens if the Back-Up and Sync feature of Google Photos is activated. Also Read - Accidently Deleted Your Pictures or Videos From Google Photos? Here's How You Can Restore Them Back, Watch Video

How to Recover Deleted Photos and Videos From Google Photos –

  1. To restore a photo or video on an Android phone, Android tablet, iPhone, or iPad, open the Google Photos app.
  2. At the bottom, tap Library, go to the Trash folder.
  3. Find the photo or video you want to restore. Touch and hold a photo or video.
  4. Press the Restore option at the bottom. The photo or video will be moved back to the phone’s Gallery app, Google Photos library, and the album it was in.
  5. On your computer, you can go to photos.google.com.
  6. Click the Trash folder on the left side of the window.
  7. Place your cursor over the photo or video you want to restore, then click Select.
  8. Click on Restore at the top right. The photo or video will be restored to your Google Photos account and added back to any albums it was in.
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