- To restore a WhatsApp backup from Google Drive:
- Open WhatsApp and go to Menu > Settings > Chats > Chat Backup
- Tap on “Back up to Google Drive” and then tap on “Back Up Now.”
- If you have multiple backups, select the one you want to restore.
- Tap on “Restore.
Reasons to restore WhatsApp backup from Google Drive
There are a few reasons you might want to restore a WhatsApp backup from Google Drive:
-You lost your phone and need to reinstall WhatsApp.
-You changed phones and want to transfer your WhatsApp messages to your new phone.
-You deleted your WhatsApp messages by accident and want to restore them.
How to take Whatsapp Backup in Google Drive and Restore from Google Drive?
To take a WhatsApp backup in Google Drive: Open WhatsApp and go to Settings > Chats > Chat Backup. Select Back up to Google Drive. Tap Back up now. Your backup will be created and stored in your Google Drive account. To restore a WhatsApp backup from Google Drive: Open WhatsApp and go to Settings > Chats > Chat Backup. Tap Restore from Google Drive.
If you’re using an Android phone, your WhatsApp backup is automatically saved to your Google Drive account. To find it, open Google Drive and look for a folder called “WhatsApp.” If you’re using an iPhone, you can back up your WhatsApp messages to iCloud by going to Settings > iCloud > Backup.
If you have not been prompted to restore your WhatsApp backup from Google Drive, you can follow these steps:
Open WhatsApp and go to Settings > Chats > Chat Backup.
Tap on “Back up to Google Drive” and then select a backup date.
If you have not already done so, authorise WhatsApp to access your Google Drive account.
Tap “Back up now”.
There are a few ways to restore files from Google Drive.
If you have synced your Google Drive account with your computer, you can restore files by going to “C:\Users\USERNAME\Google Drive” and copying the desired files back to their original location.
Alternatively, you can log into drive.google.com and click on the “Trash” icon next to the file or folder you want to restore.
To download a backup from Google Drive:
Open Google Drive and click on the three lines in the top left corner.
Under “Google Drive,” select “Download a copy of your files.”
Select the folders and files you want to download and click “Create Archive.”
Select a location to save the backup and click “Save.
Yes, you can restore old WhatsApp chats that you have skipped. To do this, open WhatsApp and go to Menu > Chats > Chat backup. Tap on the backup file that you want to restore and then tap Restore.
To restore a WhatsApp backup from Google Drive to GBWhatsApp, first make sure that you have the latest version of GBWhatsApp installed on your device.
Then, open GBWhatsApp and go to “Settings” > “Chats” > “Backup Chats”.
Tap “Restore” and select the WhatsApp backup that you want to restore.
There are a few reasons why you might not be seeing the Restore option in WhatsApp. One possibility is that you deleted the chat history on your phone before restoring it on your computer – in this case, the chat history will not be restored. Additionally, if you have enabled WhatsApp’s two-step verification feature, you will not be able to restore your chat history from a backup.
If you have backed up your messages on WhatsApp, then you can restore them to your new phone. To do this, open WhatsApp on your old phone and go to Menu > Settings > Chats > Chat Backup. Tap Back Up Now and wait for the backup to complete. Then, install WhatsApp on your new phone and open it. Go to Menu > Settings > Chats > Chat Backup. Tap Restore and select the backup file that you want to restore.
To restore your Google Drive backup to your new phone, you’ll need to first download the Google Drive app on your new phone. Then, open the app and sign in with the same Google account you used to back up your data. After that, select the “Settings” icon in the top-left corner of the screen, and select “Restore.” Finally, choose the backup you want to restore, and then follow the on-screen instructions.
To restore files from Google Drive on Android, open the Google Drive app and tap the Menu button. Select “Settings” and then “Sync now.