4 Non-Nonsense Ways To Take Backup in Android Phones

I’m sure that your android device contains many types of important information of yours. But in case if you face any type of accidental deletion then what will you going to do?

It’s better to have a backup of your android devices which can be easily restored if you face such type of problems in future. In Previous post we talked about some best Android Tips and Tricks and now today we will talk about some of the most important ways which will be helping you out in taking backup of your android device data.

How To Take Backup in Android Phones?

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This question surely now striking to your mind. So without eating your any more time, here are the 4 best possible ways of taking backup Android smartphones.

1. Drag and Drop

This is the most simple and the efficient way of backuping your data from your device. You just need to connect your device through your system with the help of USB cable and turn on the USB connection by selecting the mass storage option.

After all these steps you will going to see a new Removable drive on your computer screen. Open that drive and copy all the data present in your phone as well as in your SD card to your computer in some secure location.

So, in this way you can backup your data easily without facing any type of complications. You don’t need to worry at all if you face any type of problems regarding your devices data.

2. Use Google as a Backup Source

If you want to backup your calendar, settings, emails, contacts and other type of important data present in your device then you can also take help of the Google. By reading the steps below you will be able to backup your devices with the help of Google.

  • Go to Settings > Privacy options
  • Check the two boxes named as Backup my settings and Automatically restore
  • Then go to Settings > Account and sync and select Google.
  • And again check the two boxes Sync Contacts, Sync Calendar, Sync Gmail

3. MyBackup Pro

If you don’t like to backup your device yourself then this app can help you a lot. You just need to pay $5 to download this app and then you can easily backup everything from your devices. Your apps, calendar, settings, contacts, images, and all other types of data present in your devices will be automatically be backuped to your SD card or in their online server. They will charge no extra fee for all these process. This app also allows user to restore their device data anytime so, you need not to worry any more.

4. Backup your photos using third party app

You can also backup your photos separately by using third party application on your devices. Let me tell you that there are lots of applications which are available for such type works. Photobucket Mobile is from one of those applications. With the help of this application you will be able to backup your images to your photobucket account which are available in your device. Flickr Companion and Picasa Tool are some other photo backuping application which perform the same task.

It’s your turn

Now it’s your turn to take backup of your Android phone. You can choose any of the way which are listed above in this article. Hope, you have enjoyed while reading this article and if you face any type of problem then feel free to comment below in the comment box and share your problem with us. We’ll be happy to give you best possible solution. At the last do not forgot to share this article with your friends.

Ankit Kumar Singla

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vishal fulwani

Hello Ankit,
This is awesome list to get back up of our android phone, but i already know first backup trick and i most time using this trick for backup. its work on every mobile but if you using samsung or sony android mobile then you can use those PC suite witch make your small back file.

Thanks for sharing this useful idea with us 🙂

Best regards by vishal fulwani


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