There’s nothing more annoying than having to redownload hundreds of photos and videos from WhatsApp, especially if you don’t have a lot of storage space on your phone. You might even see the Storage Almost Full warning on your iPhone. Thankfully, there are several things you can do to fix WhatsApp not backing up to iCloud—so you never have to lose that precious content again! 4 Ways to Fix WhatsApp Not Backing Up to iCloud
Use iMyFone D-Back
You can easily restore your data from iPhone to your new iPhone 7/7 Plus with iMyFone D-Back. All you need is a computer, and plug in your old phone and new phone via USB cable. And it will automatically transfer all files on your old phone to your new one. It’s effortless! Do not hesitate any more.
Restore from iTunes Backup
If you’re using an iPhone and your data won’t sync with iCloud, consider restoring your device from a previous iTunes backup. Just open iTunes, select your device in iTunes, click Restore Backup… and choose a backup that includes the data you need.
Restore from Google Drive
One quick way to restore your WhatsApp conversations is by restoring them from Google Drive. Make sure you are logged into Google Drive and your documents, photos, and videos have been synced with your computer. Then open up WhatsApp on your device. Go to Settings > Chats > Chats not backed up and click on Restore from Google Drive. Your messages will now be re-downloaded from Drive and added back into WhatsApp conversations where they were missing before.
Restore from iCloud
If you’re having problems backing up your messages and media, try restoring your iPhone from iCloud. First, make sure all of your messages are fully downloaded on your device by going to Settings > Messages > Restore Backup and tapping Download. If you still have issues after that, follow these steps