If you delete your Google account, you’ll permanently lose access to any sites that require a Google account login, such as Gmail, Google Docs, Google Drive, and Google Photos.
How to Delete Google Account Permanently
How to Delete Google Account Permanently on Android
The account can only remain active for 20 days. There is a time limit of 20 days: the account must have been deleted no more than 20 days ago. After 20 days, the account, as well as all its associated data, is permanently erased and Google cannot retrieve it.
Removing a Google account from an Android or iPhone device simply removes access and the account can be restored later on. All of the data stored in that account with the phone, including email, contacts, and settings will be lost when you remove it.
You can delete your Google Account at any time, but beware that you won’t be able to recover it if you change your mind. You may also no longer have access to certain Android features and any downloaded content from the Play Store as a result of this change.
When your Gmail account is labeled inactive, it has been dormant for more than 24 months (two years). If you don’t access your account for two years, it will be deemed inactive. You won’t lose the account; instead, Google will delete any data that you stored in Gmail.
Check the Settings menu on your smartphone or computer. If the account has been deleted, you will be able to access it by following these steps: 1) Visit the Gmail main page and attempt to log in using the email address and password for the account. If you receive a message stating that “the username or password you entered is incorrect,” this is