The tech giant Google provides many services to its user. Among the long list of Google services, we will be providing the lime light over the Google Photos in this article. Google Photos announced back in May 2015 is a sharing and storage service developed by Google which gives user free unlimited storage for photos up to 16 MP and videos up to 1080p resolution. When it comes to backing up photos and videos Google Photo remains as the foremost choice for the user. This service automatically backup by analyzing photos identifying peoples and location. But what if you accidentally deleted an image from Google Photos, you didn’t intended to. Don’t worry we got your back. You can easily recover deleted google photos by following the steps described below. But we can’t do much if you want to recover deleted google photos from trash after 60 days.
How to recover deleted photos from Google Photos on any Android devices.
Recovering deleting photos on Android is easy as eating a piece of cake. All you need to do is follow the following steps.
Step 1: On your Android device open Google Photos and on the top left corner tap on the hamburger icon, then select Trash.
Step 2: Long press on the photos in order to select them.
Step 3: Press on Restore after you are happy with your selection.
And you are all done, your photos will reappear in the photo library automatically.
How to recover deleted photos from Google Photos on iPhone
Following steps will guide you to restore your photos from Google Photos on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 1: On your iOS device launch Google Photos and tap on hamburger icon on the top left, then select Trash.
Step 2: Select single or multiple files by long pressing on them.
Step 3: Once done tap on Restore.
Then the magic will happen and your deleted photos will appear in library.
How to recover deleted photos from Google Photos on Web.
Sometimes you might want to recover the deleted photos from the web. Here is the best way to do so.
Step 1: Before starting sign in to your Google account (if you haven’t already).
Step 2: Visit https://photos.google.com/ on your web browser to access Google Photos.
Step 3: Click on “Hamburger” icon on the homepage of Google Photos and select Trash.
Step 4: Select the photos that you wish to restore and then click on the Restore button right above the Empty Trash button.
Hence, done. Photos will automatically reappear in the photo library.
Deleted photos appears in Trash for the time period of 60 days only. Once the time period is exceeded then there is no other way to restore them. So keep it in mind and take action while you can.