Backup of Android Phone – From your Phone, to your Google Account You can back up content, data, and settings. You can restore your backed-up information to the original phone or some other Android phone.
Restoring data varies by phone and Android version. You can’t restore a backup from a higher Android version onto a phone running a lower Android version.
The below steps shows that how to back up on any Android smartphone and Backup Notifications in Android & iPhone
Backing up to the cloud
- First, go to the Settings > Accounts & sync on your Phone
- Click on the Auto-Sync data under ACCOUNTS. Next, tap on Google and click on the Gmail ID you used to sign onto the phone.
- To get synced to the cloud You can turn on all the options so that all your Google-related information.
- It includes all your contacts, photos, data, calendar events, Chrome tabs, your Google Fit data, and more.
- Next, go to the Settings > Backup & Reset.
- Last Check Back up my data.
To your Google account, this will save app data and all of your phone’s settings including Wi-Fi passwords. On another phone when you sign in using this Google account, all of your preferences, photos, and contacts will be imported automatically.
To recover the data you just need to log into another device with the same account & here the data is synced regularly. You will do not cover your text messages and various other types of data – you’ll have to back them up yourself.
Backup of Android Phone – Locally Back up Media, Messages, & Apps
Next, step you want to save the music, movies, and other media you’ve saved on your phone’s memory card. This process is easy just connect your phone to a PC and copy everything that’s in the microSD card.
By using the SMS Back Up+ app you can easily save all your text messages and call logs to your Gmail account. Try the below steps to follow
- At First step Download SMS Backup+.
- Next, Open the app and tap Connect.
- From the pop-up pick your Gmail account.
- To access your Google Account Now grant SMS Backup+ permission.
- After that go back to the app and click on the Backup. To your Gmail account, this will save all your text messages.
- Log in to Gmail from any Web browser and on the left side you’ll see a new label – SMS. To view all the text messages that have been backed up click on it.
- Just click on Restore in SMS Backup+ to restore these messages.
- In the Pop up Click on OK.
- This is needed to restore messages after that You may be asked to set SMS Backup+ as your default SMS app. Then click Yes.
- The app will show a pop-up window once the process is complete, that restores your default SMS app. Click on Yes. Next, this app will automatically restore all your messages and call logs.
- With a USB cable Connect your phone to the computer. If you are using it on a Mac, make sure you have the Android File Transfer application installed before you do this.
- Next, On your PC Open My Computer, or Finder on your Mac.
- Move to the SD card and copy all the files, you want to save to your computer.
- You can unplug your phone after the copying is done.
If you are using the same Google account on the new device You can re-download apps easily – for that process just open Google Play, tap the hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) on the top-left > My apps.
A local backup could be faster to restore on the Other hand, and wouldn’t waste bandwidth either. And it’s also pretty easy to do.
- Before that first Download the ES File Explorer.
- To reveal the Homepage of ES File Explorer Swipe the screen to the right.
- Tap APP which is under a blue Android robot icon on the top-right.
- Click and hold on to any app until you see a checkmark on its icon.
- To select all apps, Now tap the tick-mark icon on the top-right, the one inside a box with a dotted frame.
- Tap Backup that’s on the bottom row. This will save a copy of the apk files of all your apps.
- To view which apk files have been saved, tap User apps at the top. From the pop-up, select Backed-up Apps.
- Tap any app’s apk file here to install that app without the Internet.
- Connect your Android phone to a PC via USB to save a copy of these files to your computer.
- The phone will appear on My Computer like a Pendrive. Open it.
- Go to Internal Storage > backups > apps.
You can able to save a copy of all your contacts, text messages, media, apps, Wi-Fi passwords, and your app data by following these steps.
Back up your Samsung Cloud data
- From mobile Settings, tap your name, and then tap Back up data.
- Click on the Backup data again.
- Select the data you would like to back up, and then tap Back up.
- When it is finished syncing Click Done