Last Updated on September 21, 2022 by Jack Robertson
What's the most important thing about your Samsung Galaxy phone? The data for sure.
When you buy the latest Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, you can easily restore the previous backup to it and start to enjoy the gadget. When you need to reset your Samsung phone because of a phone error, the backup makes sure you won’t lose any precious data.
So, to enjoy your Samsung with relief, back up your Samsung to a computer, another Samsung phone, or the cloud. There are multiple ways to do a Samsung data backup, officials or third parties. Today, I will show you 3 methods of Samsung data backup. Pick up the one that fits you and keep your Samsung data safe.
First of all, let’s see how to back up your Samsung phone to a computer.
Why a computer? Well, it saves more data than a phone and free cloud storage. 1TB, the maximum of current Samsung phone storage, is also the minimum of regular computer storage. And 15GB is the free capacity of Google cloud backup.
I think you know the best bet now. If you have a computer, back up everything that you treasure on your Samsung to a computer.
To back up data from Samsung to a computer, take out a USB cable and connect your Samsung to the target PC.
To let data be transferred through a USB cable, you need to enable USB debugging on your Samsung first.
Next, download Android Data Backup on your computer.
Launch the program and choose Android Data Backup & Restore. There, you can click on the One-click Backup button. And Android Data Backup will save all your Samsung data to the computer. You just need to decide on a folder to hold them.
Or, click on Device Data Backup to have a more flexible backup. You’re available to choose the type(s) of data for the backup. Check those that you need and leave the rest.
Click Encrypted Backup to set a password for your Samsung backup file. Click Start and choose a destination folder to complete.
See how to restore your Samsung Backup data from Android Data Recovery here: Back Up & Restore Android (All Brands Covered)
Samsung Cloud, the default backup service of Samsung Galaxy, is undoubtedly the most practical backup tool. Well, it backs up your Samsung data automatically. Also, for Samsung users, this is easy to start when you have your Samsung account logged in on your Samsung Galaxy.
Check this out to enable auto-backup of Samsung Cloud on your Galaxy phone.
On your Samsung Galaxy, open the Settings app. Tap on Accounts and backup.
If you haven’t signed in or even created one account, tapping that option will lead you to. Finish it anyway.
Hit Manage account - Samsung account - Sync account - More options (3 vertical dots) - Settings - Sync and auto-backup Settings - Auto back up.
On the new screen, choose the data that you need. There’re Call Logs, Messages, Contacts, Calendars, Clock, Settings, Samsung Daily, Home screen, Apps, Music, Voice Recorder, Documents, Photos, etc.
Exit and you’re good to go. Samsung will now start to back up your Samsung Cloud every 24 hours when it’s connected to a Wi-fi network or it’s charging.
Samsung is using Android OS for all their devices, Galaxy S phone, Flip phones, and Galaxy Tab S tablets. So, we can use Android’s recommended backup service - Google Backup, offered by Google.
Similar to Samsung Cloud, it’s a cloud backup service and it saves your data automatically as well. But it’s more compatible and has less restrictions. So, later when you want to switch from Samsung to another brand, you can easily transfer data through Google backup.
Let’s see how to back up your Samsung Galaxy to Google.
Step 1 Register your Samsung to Google
On your Samsung Galaxy, open the Settings App. Tap Google and sign in with your account. Create one if you don’t have it.
Step 2 Start to back up Samsung to Google
Tap Backup - Turn on, to activate the Google Backup on this Samsung Device.
Next, make sure the Backup by Google One option is active so that Google will back up everything automatically from your Samsung.
Scroll down and find Backup Details. There, choose the data you want to back up, like Apps, SMS, Call History, Device settings, Google Account data, etc. Finish this and exit the page.
From then on, Google will back up the selected Samsung data to Google Drive through Wi-fi when it’s been locked and charged for 2 hours.
See how to restore your Samsung Backup data from Google: Back Up & Restore Android (All Brands Covered)
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