Easiest ways to backup your Android phone
This is the easiest way to protect your apps,data and photos etc. If you follow this post,it will be easy for you to face loss,theft or other situations.
For most of us,smart phone is more important than a home PC. isn’t it true? that is because,we have our phone in our hand 24*7.And most often they are filled with, important mils ,photos, contacts, calendar, schedules etc.we will be saving all of that and more with apps,the help of google and more.
Here in this article i will provide you simple steps that users can use to protect your data from mobile devices. Everything from apps,contacts and system setting,to photos or video and even SMS backup.
GOOGLE BACKUP AND RESTORE
Google’s Android offers the ability to save certain settings like Wireless network preferences,
bookmarks,and custom dictionary words to their servers using you Google account.
- Go to SETTINGS,PERSONAL,BACKUP AND REST and select both BACKUP MY DATA and AUTOMATIC RESTORE.
- Go to SETTINGS,PERSONAL,ACCOUNTS AND SYNC, and select your Google account.
- Select all of the option boxes listed,to ensure that all available data is synced.
The above given procedure may slightly vary between Android devices,the process is basically same.
PHOTO AND VIDEO BACKUP manually
We all have hundreds of photos we don’t want to lose.The problem here is there are hundreds of
different ways to backup them. Here i will show you how to backup them manually
- Using a USB cable,connect your phone to your computer.(It will show up as
external hard drive).
- Select the disk,and navigate to the DCIM folder.This folder contains your
Video and pictures.
- Select the files you want and drag it to an area on your computer (such as desktop).
- the selected files will copy over to your computer.
BACKUP MEDIA AUTOMATICALLY
YOU CAN USE A THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE IF THE ABOVE METHOD IS TOO CUMBERSOME.
One popular method is to use AirSync From DoubleTwist,which will sync data between your computer and your smart phone, as iTunes works for iOS users. AirSync can also sync wirelessly over your network.
Even if you do not do many of these steps signing into your Gmail account on a new device is almost all you need.
The link above is video showing a feature in Android 5.0 and above called Tap and Go restore. Tap s new phone to an old one and it transfers everything,or lets you manually go through a list and select which accounts,apps and more,then restores it all in minutes using Bluetooth and WiFi.
It is pretty amazing when it works right,so give it a try next time you get a new smartphone or tablet.
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