Backup Android Device using Third party App
There are lots of apps available that claim to back up all your data on Android, but we will recommend you “G Cloud Backup.” This app let, you to backup almost everything for instance contacts, whatsApp messages, photos & videos, music system settings etc. To do this, you need to just follow simple steps below.
Step 1: Install the “G Cloud Backup app (free)” from the Play Store. Once done, you have to launch the app and sign up with Facebook or Gmail.
Step 2: Now, grant the app permissions. Then, select the data whatever you want to backup and tap on floating save icon to start the backup process.
Step 3: Take a note here that your data will sync to app’s cloud storage. This app offers 1 GB free cloud storage, if you want more cloud storage then you need to buy paid subscription plan (starting at $1.99). You can either earn free space, by doing some certain task for instance invite a friend, installing a sponsored app.
By default, the data is only backed up when your device is charging and connected to Wi-Fi network. You can change the options from the setting page. There is also an option to select auto backup, delete files that are backed up and also secure your files through passcode.
Well, what we liked about G Cloud? It’s a free app that lets you backup almost everything, including videos, images, and other data. If you wish to back up your Android data on SD card instead of cloud storage. Alternatively, you can use Helium (Free Version) or Easy Backup (Free). But keep in the mind that they don’t backup everything.