Google Drive is one of the most popular online services many people use for data syncing, transferring, and backup purposes. The files you upload there remain safe. What to do if you have deleted your important files. Don't worry, here are several ways to do recover permanently deleted files from Google Drive.
There are a couple of requirements that should be met if you wish to recover permanently deleted files from Google Drive. These are the requirements:
The file must be created/uploaded to the Google Drive server by the same user or
The original owner of the file must grant the rights to it.
If your Google account is associated with a school, company, or group, then you will need to ask an administrator to recover files deleted from Google Drive. There is a 25 days period in which an administrator can recover the deleted files.
Here's how the administrator can recover deleted files:
1. Open Gmail on any web browser. Then log into Management Settings.
2. Select user and open his/her profile.
3. Then open the Menu via the icon displayed in the top-right corner.
4. Choose the Restore Data option. Then select the file that needs to be restored.
Google Drive also has software available for different platforms. If you installed Google Drive on your computer, then chances are high that you will be able to recover your permanently deleted files easily via a data recovery software.
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Step 3. Choose the files that you want to recover, then click on the "Recover" button.
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This is another method of recovering permanently deleted files from Google Drive. You should use this method if you are having difficulty recovering your deleted files via other methods.
1. Open Google Drive webpage and click on the "i" icon.
2. Click the "Send feedback".
3. Now fill in the required form and submit it. A member of Google's support team will contact you. Describe the file you wish to recover, then they will help you recover it.
Just like computer, Google Drive also has a recycle bin which allows you to recover deleted files conveniently. Files deleted are first moved to the Trash folder where they are stored for a limited amount of time before they are erased permanently.
Follow these instructions to recover deleted files from Google Drive Trash:
Step 1. Visit Google Drive webpage on your web browser and log in.
Step 2. Click on the Trash icon from the left sidebar.
Step 3. Right click on the files that you want to restore. Then click on Restore to restore selected files.
There are several ways to recover permanently deleted files from Google Drive. You can restore the files from Trash, ask the administrator to recover the files for you (if your Google account is associated with a company or group), or contact Google's support team. You don't have to use any of these methods if you have Google Drive installed on your computer. Simply install iMyFone AnyRecover and quickly recover your deleted files with ease.
By Simon Marcus , to Deleted Files Recovery
Updated on May 29, 2020