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    Smartphone backup

    There is now a lot of data on your phone, as they are like mini computers. Do you back up all the data or leave it to chance? If you do a backup, which program do you use and where does it backup to (cloud, connected computer, etc)?
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    Re: Smartphone backup

    It depends on what kind of data I want to back up. I usually have photos in which I want to back up on my microsd card. It is very convenient to just transfer my photos from my phone to my computer.
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    Re: Smartphone backup

    I store most of my things on an SD card which I back up regularly (in case I lose it or something). As for the phone itself, I do a clockworkmod backup every few months just in case something goes wrong and I don't lose all my apps or notes that are stored on the phone. I don't really like "cloud backup" solutions because they typically use a lot of data and aren't as reliable. I trust only myself and my hard drives.

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    Android is pretty good about backing up a lot of your stuff automatically. When you get a new smartphone, generally all you have to do is enter in your Google account info, and it will pull down all your contacts and emails that it had stored. As for other files, you can always send them to something like Google Drive if they aren't already backed up.

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    What is your personal data and where is it stored?
    Basic emergency quick copy method
    Storage drives
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    Re: Smartphone backup

    I never ever considered backing up my smartphone.

    Most of my important information is also located on cloud type service. I use Evernote for just about everything. The Evernote app syncs with the website. That also goes for my to-do and calendar app. So, I guess my smartphone data is backed up.

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    Re: Smartphone backup

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    When you get a new smartphone, generally all you have to do is enter in your Google account info, and it will pull down all your contacts and emails that it had stored. As for other files, you can always send them to something like Google Drive if they aren't already backed up.

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    LEO Privacy Guard uninstall unwanted apps and back up the important ones.

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    Connect to your Pc or laptop, download samsung Kies, connect your android phone to it and back up all you want
    Or you can download on your phone device, Smart Switch use it

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    Re: Smartphone backup

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    Try Google drive i always use this app for backup.

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    I know a good Android backup tool called Coolmuster Android Assistant, you can just google it to know more, it can backup and restore your Android phone data with one click.

    https://www.samsung-messages-backup....-computer.html
    Last edited by Hfjalbiinn; 07-10-2017 at 10:32 PM.

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    Re: Smartphone backup

    It depends on what kind of data I want to back up.

 

 
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