Google Drive monitors most of your data in your Android smartphone like text messages, app data, contacts, and in some cases call history. But, there’s never been an option to manually back up your data. Android devices automatically backup to Drive when they are plugged into the charger and connected to Wi-Fi, so If these conditions are never met, chances are your data isn’t being backed up.

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According to a tweet by a 9to5Google reader, a new options in the backup settings allows the user to manually initiate a Google Drive backup. The feature was never available until now but was promised to arrive in a future Android update back in August.

According to the reader, he saw the “Back up now” button in his Pixel 2, but also saw it on some older devices including a Droid Turbo running Android Marshmallow. It appears that the option is currently rolling out to more devices via Google Play Services – which doesn’t require an OTA.

In any case, this new option makes it easier to ensure your data is backed up properly before performing a factory reset to hand the phone off to another person or trade it in.