stores and organizes your content in the cloud for easy access at any time. If the user deletes any file from Google Drive by mistake, there are some to recover it from the trash folder. The file will remain in the trash folder for 30 days before it will be automatically . If you remove a shared file from Google Drive, other people can view the file until you permanently delete it. Once a file is removed from the trash, it cannot be restored again.

For those who don’t know, Google provides 15GB of storage space for free in the cloud, after which users need to purchase storage space through the Google One plan. The basic plan provides 100GB of cloud storage for Rs. 130 yuan per month. There is also a standard plan that provides 200GB of storage space for Rs. 210 per month and premium plans 2TB cloud storage for Rs. 650 yuan per month. These Google One memberships also support family sharing.

How to recover deleted from Google Drive

Users can use Android , iPhones, iPads or desktop browsers to restore files on Google Drive. The steps for all three platforms are or less similar. As mentioned earlier, deleted files will remain in the trash folder for one month before they are permanently deleted. If you change your mind to delete a particular file, you can easily restore it from the trash can within 30 days after deletion. In addition, it is worth noting that if you are the owner of the file, you can only restore the file. If you are not the owner of the file, you need to contact the owner to let them restore it. Follow the steps mentioned below to recover deleted files from Google Drive.

  1. Go to the Google Drive app on your mobile device and click Rubbish.

  2. You can sort the junk files by junk date to find the oldest or newest junk files.

  3. Click on Three point icon Under the file to be restored or right-click the file to be restored.

  4. Your file should be restored to the same location where it was deleted.

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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for TechnologyShout. Her reporting expertise covers smartphones, wearable devices, apps, social media and the entire technology industry. She reported from Mumbai and wrote about the ups and downs of ’s telecommunications industry. Tasneem can be reached on via @MuteRiot, and clues, tips and announcements can be sent to tasneema@TechnologyShout.com.more

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