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S5 automatically backup "*.txt" file to cloud?
md_berger
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On Galexy S5 how do I  automatically backup "*.txt" files to cloud?

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vzw_customer_support
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Md_berger, backing up and saving your information is very critical. We're here to offer you some guidance. When you do a Verizon Cloud backup the .txt files should save when with the documents you backup. Do you see documents on the Cloud backup list?


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md_berger
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The answer appears to be incorrect.  I have "Documents"  checked in the "What to backup" list. I have two *.txt files on my phone. There have been numerous backup runs. I cannot see the *.txt files on the cloud.

To see my files on the phone I go to:

My Files -> Device storage -> Android -> data -> notes (a directory I created)

and the *.txt files are there.

Additional advice would be much appreciated.

Mike.

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deloused
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Yes, that was an incorrect answer, Verizon cloud will back up documents with PDF, PPT, PPTX, DOC, DOCX, XLS and XLSX, but not TXT

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md_berger
Member

It seems then that the Verizon Cloud app does not meet my requirements. Can someone recommend

a cloud app for Galaxy S5 that will automatically back up everything that is backed up by the Verizon

cloud app PLUS files with arbitrary suffixes that I can specify?

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Ann154
Expert
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Google Drive or OneDrive are the ones that come to my mind. I don't know if they have the feature you are looking for though.

I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.

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