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Force Upload A Photo Or Video Manually On Google Photos – Without Waiting For Backup

Force Upload A Photo Or Video Manually
Written by Hassan Abbas

Force Upload A Photo Or Video Manually: Recovering your photos and saving them in the cloud is a no-brainer. It’s also more protective than physical hard drives. Because they can’t susceptible to mechanical failure and rely on companies like Google and Apple makes it more convenient.

On Smartphone, no service works perfectly like Google Photos to save your images and videos. Also, the app offers infinite free storage at up to 16MP quality for photos and 1080p storage for videos.

Google Photos also automatically upload your images to cloud storage after connecting to WiFi. But you can also upload it using mobile data when required. However, if you’ve got tons of images and videos to be uploaded but won’t necessarily ones to be backed up first, you can do so as well.

How to force upload a photo or video manually on Google Photos right away (even before other items in auto backup)

The following article will help you to recover a single image to Google Photos so that you don’t wait for the app to upload them after using the automatic backup.

Step 1:

Initially, open the Google Photos app on your smartphone device.

Step 2:

Choose a photo that you like to upload to Google Photos individually.

Step 3:

Once you open the photo, click on the cloud icon located at the top right to upload it to Google Photos cloud. If you can’t be connected to an internet network. A prompt appears asking you whether you like to use your mobile data to upload the photo. Simply click on ‘Continue’ to begin uploading the selected picture.

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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