I have a disability and the person I share a home with helps me carry out since daily tasks every day. In order to enable this, I give this person my phone's password and get this person to manage several things on my behalf on my phone.
However, sometimes this person deletes my files. I haven't managed to convince this person not to do this. The excuse they use is often that what I write is stuff against this person or stuff that is a waste of time or of no importance.
In order to prevent me from losing my stuff, I would like to at least be able to back up my Google keep notes, and perhaps my Google drive stuff, to another Google account, such that only I have the password to this account.
However, I don't know whether there's an easy way to transfer everything to another account leaving what's there in place.
I have started emailing myself my WhatsApp conversations so that they don't get deleted, but sometimes stuff from my Google mail is deleted as well, and I would like to copy that to a second account as well.
It would be nice if Google offered another no-delete mirroring account.
How can I achieve what I am looking for.
I am sure there are order lone people with disabilities or old people out there who share this very same problem.
It would be nice if there were a way to do what I'm looking for, perhaps even a way backed up by Google.
I am using Google services on my Android phone. If this post is more suited for Super User stack exchange, then please migrate my post.