Get Unlimited Google Photos Storage on Any Android Device

Get Unlimited Google Photos Storage on Any Android Device
Get Unlimited Google Photos Storage on Any Android Device

How to Get Unlimited Google Photos Storage on Any Android Device? Google Photos is a photo sharing and storage service developed by Google. It was announced in May 2015 and spun out from Google+, the company’s social network.

Google Photos gives users free, unlimited storage for photos up to 16 megapixels and videos up to 1080p resolution. The service automatically analyzes photos, identifying various visual features and subjects. Users can search for anything in photos, with the service returning results from three major categories: People, Places, and Things. Google Photos recognizes faces, grouping similar ones together; geographic landmarks (such as the Eiffel Tower); and subject matter, including birthdays, buildings, animals, food, and more.

Google implements different forms of machine learning into the Photos service, particularly its recognition of photo contents, as well as enabling features that can automatically generate albums, animate similar photos into quick videos, surface past memories at significant times, and improve the quality of photos and videos. In May 2017, Google announced several updates to Google Photos, including reminders for and suggested sharing of photos, shared photo libraries between two users, and physical albums, with Photos automatically suggesting collections based on face, location, trip, or other distinction.


  • A Rooted Android Device with Android Nougat or above.
  • Install ES File Explorer or any other Root Explorer.
  • Make sure that you have install Google Photos App.
  • Take a Backup of files those you will edit. Or, use below guide.


Download the following nexus.xml file from the below link and store to your Android device.


Get Unlimited Google Photos Storage on Any Android

Follow the following below guide carefully step by step.

1. Open up ES File Explorer or any other Root Explorer that you have installed.

2. Copy the downloaded nexus.xml to the below directory.


If the nexus.xml is already available in that directory then take a backup of that file. After backup, simply replace old nexus.xml with new downloaded nexus.xml file.

3. Now, you have to set the permissions for the nexus.xml file to 644 (rw-r–r–).

4. Reboot your Android device.

5. Go to Settings > AppsGoogle Photos.

6. Now, tap on Storage and then Clear Data to clear all data.

7. That’s all folks!

Is it Not Working?

If getting unlimited Google Photos Storage on your Android Device is not working then you have to try few more steps as well. It can be happen due to your Android device model and manufacture. However, there is a prerequisite for this. Install the following below application from Google Play Store.

Install BuildProp Editor from Google Play Store

Now, follow the following below steps:

1. Open up BuildProp Editor.

2. Now, find the below lines in red with green titles.

ro.product.model=Pixel 2 XL

3. Save it and reboot your Android device.

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