🌟 Piconizer doesn't offer direct backup for Google Photos, but you can achieve this indirectly through the following methods.
- To begin, you have to download all the contents of Google Photos to your phone's photo album.
- Connect Piconizer and let it automatically back up all the contents of your phone's photo album.
🌟 Since it takes a long time to back up a large amount of data, it is recommended to use wireless charging while backing up.
🌟 The quality of photos uploaded to Google Photos has been altered, and they are no longer the same as the original files on your mobile device.
- If the original photos no longer exist on your phone and you download them from Google Photos, they will be treated as new items and re-backed up to Piconizer.
- If you still have the same original photos on your phone and you download photos with the same content from Google Photos, they will appear as duplicates on your phone (looking identical). During backup, they will be treated as separate items, resulting in duplicated backups.
- Therefore, to avoid duplicate backups, you need to organize your Google Photos photos in advance.
🌟 If you don't have enough space on your phone and it's not convenient to back up Google Photos, then we suggest using your computer to do it. Please download all your Google Photos to a folder on your computer and then copy them to Piconizer.