Backup Android phone with the Way You Want
Dr.Fone - Phone Backup (Android) allows you to easily backup almost all types of Android phone data. You can also preview and selectively export any type of data you want.
1 Click to Backup Your Android Phone
The whole backup thing only takes you one click. Once your device is connected and detected, the program will automatically backup data on your Android phone or tablet. The new backup file won't overwrite the old one.
Restore Backup to Device Selectively
As for the backup files, you can preview and select the data you want to restore. Moreover, you can also restore the backup data to other Android/iOS devices. If you are moving from iOS to Android, Dr.Fone can help you restore your iCloud/iTunes backup content to the new Android phone easily.
Steps for Using Android Phone Backup
01 Connect Android Device to ComputerFor Android devices, Dr.Fone supports to backup most data types. We select Device Data Backup & Restore.
02 Select File Types to BackupYou can select what file types to backup. Then click on "Backup".
03 Start to BackupThe whole backup process will take a few minutes, depending on the data storage on your device.
Android Phone Backup FAQs
No, every backup is an independent package. They are all previewable by clicking "View backup history". You can make a backup anytime you want and all backup package files are secure, and cannot be renewed in any way when you do an Android backup.
You can easily backup your photos, video, and music from Android to cloud. But how to backup SMS on Android? Most cloud services do not support the backup of SMS, and you need to choose a third-party tool for SMS backup. Here is a quick and free method for Android SMS backup: 1. Download Dr.Fone - Backup & Restore (Android) to your PC or Mac. 2. Select the Backup & Restore option and connect your Android to your computer. 3. Select Messages and click Backup. Within a minute, all your SMS messages will be backed up to your PC/Mac.
Android contacts mean a lot to us, and it is always important to backup contacts on Android from time to time. To make you flexible in doing this, we hereby present several methods to help: - Backup Android contacts with Google account: You can go to Settings and choose Accounts to sync all the local contacts data to the cloud. - Backup Android contacts to SD card: Just export all the contacts to a vCard file and save it to the SD card. Simple stuff. - Backup Android contacts to SIM card: You can also save all the contacts to your SIM card. But most SIM cards save only 200 contacts or so. - Backup Android contacts using a 3rd party backup program: Using a backup program like Dr.Fone - Backup & Restore can save all the contacts data to your computer and release storage on Android. Most importantly, it's free for backup.
Android itself supports the backup of contacts, calendar, app & chrome, docs, etc to Google cloud. Here is how: 1. Go to Settings > Backup & reset Backup my data. 2. Select the Set backup account option to set your Google account. 3. Go to Settings > Accounts and select the Google account you just set. 4. Switch on each item so that all the Android data can be backed up to Google cloud. 5. But for the backup of photos and videos, you need to use the Google Photos app to backup to Google cloud.