Android phones are very popular nowadays with many people using it can be found all over the world, so if you are one of Android users and would like to know how to backup Android phone, you will learn all about Android OS and what you can do to do a recovery on your Google Android phone. If decades ago mobile phones were featureless and only be used to make a phone call, nowadays cellphones are made much like a computer than a phone. Basically, mobile phones can be used to do more than phone calls.
There are a lot of features you can get by using Android mobile phones, including taking high-quality pictures, recording videos with built-in camera, record or play audio or music files, browsing the internet, sending and receiving emails, calendar and to-do lists, GPS, and exchange data between devices such as between phones, laptop or even desktop computers.
Mobile phones have evolved into a mini computing device as many people are using it more than just to make a phone call. It is being used as a phone, a digital camera, calendar, address book, email client or as internet browser. This made many people rely on Android phone to store important data.
Android phones are considered to be very reliable because they can operate for a long period without having any errors or faults, and it is very durable too after long months. However, they are just machines and cannot operate against hardware crashes or even theft. If your phone is lost or having malfunction, you might lost your important data stored in the phone, including contacts, important appointments, photos, video, messages and emails.
Backing Up Android Phones
It is very important that you backup your Android phones and keeping the backup to somewhere else such as computers or laptops. in order to avoid losing your precious data. Backing up is crucial for anyone who uses their mobile phones to store data. Backing up the mobile phone is not difficult as there are many methods you can use to do backups, like using a data cable on a computer, infrared, bluetooth or via internet apps.
How to Backup Android Phone
Backup Android Phone over the internet is very convenience over backing up with cable, bluetooth or infrared because it needs at least two devices to communicate and backup the content of your phone. Backing up over the internet can be done anywhere and it only needs internet connection so as long as you are connected to the internet, you can do backup and sync your Android phone.
If you want to backup your Android devices without computer, laptop or other devices, you can use DropBox. It is an online storage provider that saves all your Android data to the server. Here’s the steps you needed in order to do a recovery on your Android phone:
- Download and install DropSpace app to your Android device from Android Market for free
- Prepare your SD card as the app can only store the backup files to a SD card only, or you can use synchronize which can be run as a service that runs at a specific time you set which is exactly what we are going to discuss
- Create a DropBox account
- Run Android DropSpace app
- Log in to your DropBox account you have created earlier
- Follow the onscreen instruction
- Navigate to main menu and tap “Add directories/files to sync”
- Pick folders you want to backup
- Create a new folder in Dropbox to store the backup and select this folder to sync
- Set the service to do regular backup, you can use it to backup your phone in 1-168 hours interval
You can also set the DropBox to only sync the Android when it’s connected to hotspot with “Sync only Wi-Fi” setting. Once it is done, you can now know how to backup Android phones and restore it anywhere you like.
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