In situations like Android rooting, Android flashing, unlocking bootloader and few other cases the backup of entire device data is mandatory as data may be wiped off. In these days phones are pretty important for users compared to computers at home. So, data wipe off on phone would be a nightmare for Android users. To avoid risk of loosing data you need to backup entire phone data which can be restored in case of data loss.
Moreover, every data present on your phone may not be important for you. In such case it is no use of creating backup of entire device. So, we have listed different simple backup processes for different categories of data. Choose from below:
Detailed Procedure To Backup Android Phone Easily
How To Backup Android Apps?
Helium app lets you backup Android apps to SD card, PC or Cloud storage in just a few taps. Further, you can sync app data from one Android device to other using Helium. The application comes with many other additional features which can be activated by getting premium version. The free version of the app comes with backup to PC and SD card features. Below are the steps to backup your apps to PC:
Step 1: Download and install Helium application from Google Play store.
Step 2: Download and install Helium Desktop application on PC.
Step 3: Launch Helium desktop app.
Step 4: Launch Helium app on Android and follow the instructions.
Step 5: Once you follow all the instructions correctly Helium will be enabled.
That’s all. You can now backup apps on Android phone to PC which can be restored in case of any data loss. Using Helium you can also backup apps to SD card and if you are premium user, backup to cloud and restore feature can be used.
How To Backup Android SMS?
In Android, SMS can be backed up and restored easily using SMS Backup & Restore application. Just install the application and launch it, you will see options to backup/restore SMS. Choose backup option to get started with the process and in the next step choose your preferences.
By default the app backs up SMS to the SD card. You can also configure it to upload backup to Google Drive, Dropbox or Email. Once the backup is successful you can restore the SMS at any instant.
How To Backup Android Call Logs?
Android stores only 500 calls history. Android Call logs are very important in few cases. So, don’t loose them while updating/rooting your phone. You can preserve them by making a backup. Call Logs Backup & Restore is a simple application which lets us backup Android call logs in few taps. Just download and install the app from Google play store and launch it, you will see options to backup or restore call logs. Choose backup option to get started with the process, in the next step choose your preferences.
By default the backup will be stored in SD card unless you configure it to upload to Google drive. Once the backup is successful you can restore them at any instant.
How To Backup Android Contacts?
Android comes with built-in Contacts application which lets us create a backup of entire contacts. Launch the Contacts app and tap the menu button which displays a list of options, choose Import/Export contacts. You can see few options to choose from which includes Export to SD card. Click Ok and your contacts will be safely exported to SD card of the device.
Once the backup is complete, you can also restore the backup on same device or any other device.
How To Backup Google Data And Settings?
Google Sync backs up all your app data, calendar data, contacts, Gmail, people details and phone settings. These can be restored on any other Android phone by logging in with the same Google account. The Google sync can be enabled by following the below path:
Settings>>Accounts(Tap Google)>>Select Google account>>Check data you want to backup
That’s all! Google will take care of the remaining. Your data will be safely stored and can be restored at anytime.
We have come up with different detail methods to backup each item on Android device. If you know any other simple way to backup Android data, do let us know through comments section. We will be glad to here from you.