- Tram Ho
Depending on your level of dependence on Google, a complete ban may not stop at inconvenience but also destruction. A banned Google account means you can’t use Gmail, Google Photos, Google Pay, YouTube or Google Play Music, Google Play Store. For many, their lives will be turned upside down.
While most users have never experienced the feeling of being banned from a Google account, this is completely possible for anyone. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Google may ban your account
Google’s Terms of Service states: “We may suspend or stop providing our Services to you if you do not comply with our terms or policies or if we are investigating conduct suspected of committing a mistake “.
Google asserts: “You must comply with any policies provided to you within the Service. Do not use our Services without any unauthorized use. For example, do not interfere with our Services or attempt to access them in any manner not through the interface and instructions that we provide You may use our Services only as permitted by law, including laws and regulations. current regulations on export management and re-export “.
Impact when banned Google account
We are heavily dependent on Google services. Gmail alone has more than 1.2 billion users, or 15% of the global population. A banned Google account means you can no longer access Gmail.
For Android users, they are more affected: unable to sync data, download applications, receive notifications about some software on their phones. The only way is to use a new account and start from 0.
Google services include: Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, Wear OS, Chromecast, Google Home, Google Nest, Google Wifi, Docs – Sheets – Slides, Google Drive, Google Play Store, Gmail, Stadia, Google Maps, Google Fi, Google Fit, Google Pay, Google Photos, AdSense, YouTube. In many cases, when banned, you cannot access any account-related data, which means you lose everything.
What to do if your Google account is banned
The first thing to do is find out why the account is banned. Click here, sign in with your Google account and see what the message appears. From here, click “Try to Restore” and follow the instructions. If you want to recover your account but it was rejected or reported an error, you can appeal directly to Google. Enter this form and fill out all the information you have. Google usually responds within 2 business days.
If both of these methods work, then there is nothing you can do about it.
Precaution: Do not put all eggs in one basket
The best way to avoid being “crashed” if your Google account is banned is to avoid relying entirely on Google. This way, you will protect yourself if unfortunately banned. For example, in addition to backing up data on Google Drive, saving music on Google Play Music, saving photos on Google Photos, you can save to a mobile hard drive.
Another way is to create a Google account for different purposes such as Nest, Chromecast, Google Wifi, storage … Thus, when this account is banned, other accounts remain safe.
Source : ICT News