How to Backup and Restore Android Phone

With the advancement of technology, everyone tends to upgrade their Android phones regularly so that they can enjoy the new features provided with them. Although upgrading smartphones can be very fun at the same time it can bring up severe pain when it comes to transferring the data from your old phone to the new one. Apparently, your old smartphone will contain all the collections of music, videos, pictures, apps, messages, contacts, etc. and these data won’t be transferred to your new smartphone automatically.

So, in this guide, we will show you how to back up your old smartphone and restore them on the newer one. There are too many backup apps available for rooted devices but we will keep this post clean and will show you can backup and restore everything from your old smartphone to the new one without rooting your device. We will try to explain everything very briefly so that even novice users can undertake this task smoothly.

Part 1. Backup and Restore Android Data to Google Drive

Google provides a fabulous feature to every Android user by letting them upload the files and folders from their smartphone to its own cloud server called Google Drive. The main advantage of Google Drive is it gives you the ability to back up all data from a smartphone and restore them on any other Android phone. Follow these steps to back up and restore Android using Google Drive.

Step 1. Open your Android smartphone and go to Settings.

Step 2. From Personal Settings, tap on “Backup & reset.”

Step 3. Tap again on “Backup my data” and enable “Backup my data.”

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Cons:

  • It can only backup multimedia files like photos, music, and videos.
  • Cannot backup apps and app data and text messages.
  • Only allow to backup up to 1 GB of data.

How to Restore Data from Backup

This part should be done from the new smartphone in which you want to restore all the data from your old smartphone.

Step 1. From your new Android phone, open the Settings app.

Step 2. Again from the Personal tab, tap on “Backup & reset.”

Step 3. Here, enable Automatic Restore and sign in to the same Google account.

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Part 2. Backup & Restore Android Using Android Assistant

If you want to backup and restore all kinds of data like messages, contacts, notes, music, videos, apps, apps data and other private files with a single click then Androidphonesoft Android Assistant has got the answer for you. It is all in one-stop Android phone manager program that helps to a backup Android phone to PC. Besides, you can mirror your smartphone and can play every Android app and games from your computer. It helps to boost your Android phone speed by cleaning up junk files, and you can even send and receive text messages from this tool. This program is very powerful, and the features are beyond anyone’s imagination. But in this guide, we will show you how to use this program to backup and restore your Android smartphones.

Step 1. Install and run the software on your PC

At first, you will have to get the software installed on your PC which is pretty basic and can be done by reading the instruction from the setup wizard. Next, launch the program upon finishing the installation, and you should be able to see all the features provided by this program on the main user interface.

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Step 2. Backup Your Android Phone with a Single click

Connect your smartphone with Wi-Fi or USB data cable and from the home screen of the tool, click on “One-Click Backup” and choose the output folder where you want to save the backup file and select the file types like contacts, messages, music, videos, etc.

That’s it; the program will back up all the files and folders and save it to the destination folder automatically. It is that easy to use.

In addition, besides fully backup, you can also backup the data individually if you want to only backup a few important items on the phone, such as text messages, photos or contacts. This is an example of how to backup Android SMS to computer without root. It also works on other types of data.

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Step 3. Restore Android Device

Connect the new smartphone where you want to restore all the files from your old smartphone and click on “Super Toolkit” from the top bar of the program followed by clicking on “Restore.”

Now, choose the backup file and again click on “Restore.”

All the files and folders will be automatically restored on the new phone when the operation is finished. Do not disconnect the smartphone unless and until the restoration process is finished.

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Conclusion:

There you have it, two perfect solutions to backup and restore data from your Android phone. Although, we will recommend going with Androidphonesoft as it allows you to perform all the tasks from the computer. Moreover, you can easily control your Android phone from PC and perform all the necessary tasks like backup & restore, mirror your device, play Android apps, send and receive messages, transfer data from one phone to another and so on. We would suggest you visit the official website and check all the feature, and I am pretty sure you won’t regret it.

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