Android Backup
1.1 Android Backup
1.2 Backup Android Phone
1.3 Auto Backup
1.4 Android Backup Apps
1.5 Backup Android with Broken Screen
1.6 Backup Android with Bootloader Unlock
1.7 Backup Android to PC
1.8 Backup Android to Mac

How to Backup Everything on Android Phone and SD Card

I put my Samsung Galaxy S7 in the repair store, and the staff there says that he will factory reset my phone for fixing it. Before that I should back up my Android phone. How to do that?

There are various reasons for making Android backup like factory reset phone, sell Android phone, or just want to make a frequent backup for avoid data loss. In this post, we will show you the easiest way to backup contacts, text messages, photos, music, videos, app data like WhatsApp on Android phone and SD card to PC.

Backup Android

Backup Android

Part 1. Backup Android to Google

Before you follow the steps as below to backup Android, you should know that Google will not backup everything on your Android phone, but part data, check the following list:

Contacts, Email, Docs, calendars, photos, some system settings like passphrases for Wi-Fi networks, brightness, etc. Chrome browse data, Hangouts chat logs, apps you have purchased with your Google account

Step 1 On your Android phone, click "Settings" > Scroll down to find "Accounts" > Tap "Google" > Sign in your Google account with your email address.

No Google account, create a Google account now.

Log in Google Account on Android

Step 2 After logging in your Google account, you can see the list of types of data that you could backup to Google, checkmark the data > Hit "More" or three-dot option on the right corner of your phone screen > Tap "Sync now" to backup your Android data to Google account.

Sync Android to Google

Till now, you have backed up part of data from your Android phone to Google account. And you can check the backup data online with Google account

Part 2: Backup Android other data to PC

Google enables you to backup some of data from Android phone to cloud online. However, for other data like text messages, call logs, documents like ZIP, EXCEL file, etc. videos, music, WhatsApp data, etc. how do you make the backup? Here Aiseesoft FoneLab for Android will do you a great favor.

FoneLab for Android

Step 1 Connect Android to PC

Free download, install and run this Android backup assistant on your PC or Mac. Select "Android Data Recovery". Plug your Android phone/tablet to PC with the USB cable.

Android Connect

Step 2 Enable USB debug

For managing your Android phone on computer successfully, you need to debug USB mode on your Android phone. After that tap "OK" on your Android phone.

Enalbe USB Debug

Step 3 Scan Android phone

After you did the steps as above, select the data type that you want to scan and backup in the pop-up interface. Here we will see various data types like Contacts, Messages, Message Attachments, WhatsApp, Picture Library, Audio, Videos, Documents, etc. Just tick the box alongside the data type, and click "Next" to start to scan your Android phone.

Android Data Select

Step 4 Backup Android data

It will take some time to scan your Android phone, especially for the phone with large size of files. Then in the scanning result, select the data from the left sidebar, and view the details on the right window. Checkmark the data types that you want to backup, and click "Recover" to save the data from your Android phone to computer.

Backup Android DAta to PC

Here, two parts will help you backup your Android data and settings from your Android phone to computer to avoid any data loss. You can try to make your Android backup with this help guide. You can also check the following video guide to quickly get the method.

Extended reading: If your Android phone is screen broken or password-forgot and cannot touch your screen to make any operation, then you need to read this post: How to recover messages from broken phone.

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June 04, 2018 10:42 / Updated by to Data Backup