The Easiest Way To Back Up Your Android Phone's Data
By FAISAL RASOOL
Tech - News
You always risk losing your precious files — family photos, important contacts, and work or school projects — if you store them locally on a device and that's why backing up your files is always a good practice. Android offers plenty of choices when it comes to data backups.
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You can go the old-school route and manually copy your files to a hard drive or SD card, or use a third-party program to automate the transfer from your Android to your computer. However, the most convenient, set-and-forget way is the cloud, specifically Google Backup.
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You can save your photos and videos using the “Backup & Sync,” which is pre-integrated into the Google Photos app. Then, use the Google One cloud storage for your device data — app data, call logs, texts, and preferences — to create essentially a backup clone of your phone.
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The other option is Google Drive, which is a more general-purpose solution allowing you to back up files of any format and share them across any devices that are logged into your Google account. An added benefit is that those files can also be made available offline.
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