Simple Steps To Easily Backup Android Mobile Data On Google Cloud

Backing up your phone data is really necessary. Suddenly, you may need to perform a factory reset to solve some software problems and all your data can get erased. If you have your data properly backed up to a cloud server, then you can easily restore all your data and settings to your phone. You do not need to go through all those settings and contacts saving all over again to make your phone usable for you. Android offers you in-built back-up features without any additional apps. If you have a Wi-Fi or 3G connection, then you can easily back up your phone data much faster and without any further delay.

Step-by-step guide

You just need to follow some simple steps to back-up your phone data efficiently on Google cloud.

  • First, you need to access the settings on your mobile. You can easily do it by navigating to Home screen > menu > System Settings.
  • On your settings screen hit the Privacy option right below the Language option by scrolling down.
  • As soon as you enter the Privacy setup, look carefully on the Backup and Restore menu. There are two checkboxes naming ‘Back up my data’, and ‘Automatic restore’. You must check both the boxes to proceed. There, you will find another option called ‘Backup account’.You can configure this option to back up your phone data to Google Cloud.
  • Press the ‘Backup account’ option and you will be shown a Google account that you have pre-configured with your phone earlier. If you want to back up your data elsewhere, then you can add new account by pressing the Add account option right below your Google account.
  • On the Add a Google Account screen, you will get only two options; Existing and New. If you already have a working Google account, then select the Existing button. Otherwise, create a new Google account by pressing the ‘New’ option.
  • As soon as your ‘Backup account’ is successfully configured, all your phone data will be automatically backed up to your Google account. This in-built utility will also restore all your data automatically in case any disaster happens.

Additional back-up solutions

There are also quite a few 3rd party backup apps for android that comes handy on the play store. You can install them for advanced back-up functionality you may want.

  1. Backup contacts

This is a nice and free back-up app for your phone contacts. If you only want the contacts to be backed-up properly, then this is the right solution for you. With ‘Backup contacts’ you can easily backup all your phone contacts to your SD card, Dropbox, email, etc. for additional security.

  1. App list Backup

This is a simple to use back up app to save your entire play store app list to your SD card. This app significantly saves your time of searching for each of your favorite app on the play store and download. This app lets you download all the apps that you were using on your earlier android phone.

  1. Carbon – App Sync an Backup

This is a highly redundant backup utility for your android phone. You can backup apps and phone data to the locally attached SD card or at the online cloud storage. This app does not require root access. You can use this app easily to backup and restore your android data without losing anything ever.

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