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How to Take and Restore An Android Backup?

Android devices have become quite popular ones as compared to any other operating system. In early years, symbians gained a lot of popularity but Steve Jobs even after his death is unbeaten in this area for sure. Now, life has become too much dependent on the Android operating system and to your amazed, almost all devices are supporting this particular system. This may be due to its cost, intense usage, variety of features, and much more.


However, the major problem most of mobile users face is that they use Android devices but a very few of them know their basic configurations i.e. using them, setting them, taking their backup, restoring data back, and many other things. Have you purchased a new Android device? Do you feel comfortable using it? To overcome some mishap you must keep the backup of your Android contents for sure. It is also possible that you wish to switch to some other OS in future or maybe you lose your device somewhere. Hence, you must better keep backup of you OS, which you can recover in later stages. Let us discuss recovery and backup steps for the Android devices.

Launch some Android app backup tool

Before setting up your device for backup, you need to have some supporting application or tool. This will help you to figure out your issues. For example, for the backup of contacts in Nokia symbians, one uses Nokia pc suit. Similarly, some suitable android tool must be deployed in order to have better results. This will be working by having strong Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection or simply by connecting USB cable to your device.

Very first step you will have to take is to connect your laptop to internet. Do browsing and search for some valid Android tool. Just download it on your laptop for future usage. After installing, try to run the tool as per mentioned steps. When you connect USB cable or active Bluetooth page, just follow instructions, which suit you. Simply, use your Android device and make your connection.

One most important thing should be kept in mind that Android devices are available in the market in two versions i.e. simple Android with Android OS and Android with Windows OS. Therefore, be careful while selecting any tool or software as per your desired OS.

Backup and Restore Android Data

Now you are into the major interface design on Android device. You are about to backup your necessary data i.e. SMS, contacts, media, and many more. Interface will provide you lots of options mentioning your choices i.e. what you want as backup and which kind of data. Moreover, where will you save your data and do you want to make a single file of your data or will you store data it as it is.

In addition to this, you will need special permissions or details regarding hidden data. Music and video files normally have large amount of space, therefore, you need to think twice before making any decision regarding their backup as they can consume lots of your time. If you are completely satisfied by all of above situations, just click ONE-CLICK BACKUP option and you are almost done.

For restoring all data, click Restore button and you will get all data back in device.

Movies and Photos Backup

Unlike other operating systems, Android is going to offer you lots of opportunities for backup to restore your heavy media files i.e. movies, photos, images etc. Android facilitates users with separate tabs and you can have a single click on them for actions you need to perform. Just click those tabs one by one and do whatever you want to. For backup, choose related drive you wish to store and for recovery, you just need to drag them into folder or root of Android device. Add button is for backup and it will add files to your computer.

This is only one tool, which we have discussed whereas numerous other tools are available in market or Android store for more data storage and backup. These tools are all easy to manage but do remember that do not install excessive tools on your laptop or desktop, as a few of them are malicious too. Therefore, you need to take special care before installing any new software on your Android device.

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