Adam Driver, wife of the New York Rangers goalie, is the latest to have a Google drive sync problem.
Driver said in a recent interview with the New England Patriots that he had to download the Google Drive app and sync his drive train with the team’s new data-center.
“It’s just like, if you sync your phone to the cloud, you’re never going to get it back,” Driver said.
“But the data is so much bigger than just a phone.
And then it becomes a whole different thing.” “
So it’s kind of like having to download Google Drive to the phone to do that.
And then it becomes a whole different thing.”
Driver told the Patriots that Google Drive is “the most powerful and flexible data storage system I’ve ever seen.”
Driver said the company is trying to fix the problem by putting its drivetrain data to the team, which he said could take up to a month.
“We’re trying to work with Google to fix it.
We’re not going to say when it’ll be fixed, but it’s going to be a long time,” Driver told NFL.com.
“I would love to see us be able to have all of our games in the cloud.”
Google Drive and the cloud have been the subject of controversy in the past.
Earlier this month, the company said it would no longer support Windows XP and the Office XP suite because of cloud-based storage.
Google Drive has since been integrated into Chrome and Firefox.
Drivers wife has also been vocal about his frustration over the lack of support for Google Drive in the Windows desktop.
Driver is not the first athlete to complain about a lack of Google Drive sync support.
New England’s Brady Hoke, who played with the Pittsburgh Steelers, had a Google Drive problem in January 2016, as well.
A month later, he said the team was “taking steps to fix this problem” and added that “this will not happen again.”
Hoke said in December 2016 that the issue was fixed, though it was not until the following month that the team began to sync with the drivetrain of its equipment.
Hoke has since left the team.
Driver has said he had a similar experience with his wife’s Google Drive account, though he has not yet provided evidence of that.
Driver’s wife has not been the only athlete to be frustrated by the inability to sync Google Drive data to his wife.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer had a backup drive stored on the team computer last season and complained about it in a SportsCenter interview last year.
“Google Drive isn’t for us anymore,” Palmer said at the time.
“They need to go back to their old days.”
Google said it has no plans to change its policies regarding the storage of data on the cloud.
“If there are any concerns about Google Drive, we encourage everyone to contact their Google account provider and let them know how they can manage their account for the account,” a Google spokeswoman said in an emailed statement.
“Unfortunately, it’s difficult to change Google Drive passwords, and our policy for this is to not allow people to use their Google Drive password to access other users’ accounts.”