The need for back up can never be over emphasised and the frequency of backing up files and data cannot be over done. On this tutorial we will be sharing tips on how to back up data you Android device.
These Tips are for all users; Normal and more Advanced users who have Rooted their devices alike.
We shall be Discussing of 3 Different Ways to Effectively Back up your Android Device.
1. Google Contact Sync
2. My Back up
3. Go Back up
The three ways are explained below just sit back relax and learn…
GOOGLE CONTACT SYNC
If you are one who regularly flashes your Android phone almost with new ROMs or Kernels in which you will lose contacts in the process this is for you. This also applies whenever you change my mobile device and you need all my contacts.
Use the inbuilt sync feature that comes with Android to sync all my contacts to the cloud. Then perform a restore and here is how you do it.
1. Go to Settings
2. Open Account and Sync
3. Add a Google Account
4. Tap on the account that you just added
5. Tap on Sync Contacts
After doing step 5, all your contacts have been automatically backed up to your Google account and you can access and manage it at http://google.com/contacts.
Remember that you have to sync periodically so that it can update your contact list with newly created contacts. This process takes approximately 1-2MB of data.
WHY YOU SHOULD USE IT
The reason to use this method is it’s very effective way of backing up your contacts. You can also group your contacts online.
MY BACK UP
This App is a really cool app for backing up your files, it’s been on for a very long time now. Its Effective and does not need root access to back up, It can back up your Apps without it.
If you want a Wonderful App to Back up your Files it’s one of the best, Download this App to your Android Device now from Google Play Store
GO Back up is a free back up tool that handles data back up and restore very well on Android. The app was made by the makers of the famous Android launcher – Go Launcher EX.
It offers batch back up of your contacts, messages, logs, apps and basically all data on your Android phone. However, I just recently found out you need to have root access on your phone before you can use it to back up application data.
WHY YOU SHOULD USE IT
This is a very clean uncluttered app that just does what it says in the easiest way possible. If you are just in need of something to quickly back up your data, this is your best bet. Also download this from Google Play Store
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Posted by Tayo Pietro Joseph