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Backup Data on Samsung Galaxy S5

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Where do I find my backup data in Gmail?

I have deleted my pictures by mistake, I needed it asap. I have backup enabled. Where do I find it

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How do I find where my backup is located?

My microSD Card is corrupted. I am hoping that since my phone is set to auto backup my data and photos I have saved to the SD card are somewhere. Just need to know where to go to find them.. I have tried: Installed the Kries3 software to my laptop and created a current backup with the original microSD card that came with the phone. The Kries3 program doesn't backup what is on the SC card.. I think it was caused by: I don't know. I was just checking for a photo today when I noticed that most of my folders were missing and only had photos under the "camera" folder that were taken since this past Sunday. I clicked on the storage icon under settings and it said my SD card was corrupt. I also was wondering if files can be restored from a corrupt drive.

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