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Yes and no. It's not possible to use your own server, but Google does offer a hosted platform for businesses called Google Apps for Work. It gives you a Gmail interface (both the webapp and the Android app) and Google accounts in your own domain (which you can register through Google or independently), along with a private Google Drive for your domain and ...


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Yes, you can recover your data. It just depends on what you want. If you're looking to recover your photos, go to Google Photos, log in, and check to see if your photos are backed up. You can download your photos from here or keep them in Google Photos and restore them from the cloud when you get a new Android phone. If you're concerned about your apps, ...


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If you had your phone settings set so they back up your stuff. For examples, settings, Google Photos,etc. Then it's highly likely that it would. Plus something Google have been doing for a while is noting the apps you have installed and give you the option to redownload them when you do a fresh install onto a new device, or a fresh install.


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There is an issue with google account signin and signup all over the world today check this for more info : http://mashable.com/2016/04/19/google-oauth-down/#I8jZi7QGiuqN You can check now it's live.


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You can't track or locate your phone without access to your Google account, or unless you have some 3rd party recovery software that you would have had to have installed previously such as Where's My Droid or Find My Lost Phone!. But again, you would have had to have these installed previously to losing the device and not having access to your Google ...


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I am the author of the OP. Reflashing another Android version (currently using Lollipop 5.1.1) "solved" the issue.



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