The G Cloud account will become expired when its subscription (monthly or yearly) does not get renewed for some reason. As long as the G Cloud is expired, no backup or restore activities will be taking place. To solve this and activate the G Cloud account, here is what you need to do:
If you purchased through Google Play, please refer to the following article which explains how to update your payment credit card, so you can place a new G Cloud order: https://support.google.com/wallet/answer/6285500?hl=en If you purchased through Avangate, please: Go to https://secure.avangate.com/myaccount/ Create your own account or if you already have one, sign into it using your […]
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Google play, Credit card and PayPal
You can refer to google play’s payment troubleshooting guide: https://support.google.com/wallet/answer/43068?hl=en Or, please try the other secure alternative payment methods; PayPal or credit card.
If you purchased through Google Play: Although credit card authorization *usually* occurs instantly, in rare cases it may need up to a few hours to complete. In that case wait and then: Open G Cloud app → Settings → Account Settings → and Tap Sync Account (For G Cloud 4.0 users) or Open G Cloud […]
You can easily increase the storage you have by doing the following: