This way you can take your backup even after Android smartphone is lost

If your phone suddenly crashes, gets lost or is stolen. In such a situation, the loss is not just money, but the data on your phone is also lost.
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Back up Android smartphone in this way.
Backing up media, messages and apps to the system
If the phone crashes, is lost or stolen In such a situation, the loss is not just money, but the data on your phone is also lost. To avoid this, you need to keep Cloud Backup active on your phone, so that the next time you log in with your account, you get more and more old data. However, you cannot make backup of everything through this process, so you should keep making regular backup of your phone (Android Phone Backup).



There are Thirty Party apps like Titanium Backup and Helium in the market, which help you to get an Android Phone Backup. But not every user is able to use it. Most users do not know how to backup their phones, or even want to avoid installing ADB drivers. There is no need to worry, in this case we will help you.

Back up Android smartphone in this way.
Backup to Cloud
1. Go to Settings option on your phone. After that, select Accounts and Sync.
2. Tick mark on Auto-sync data in Accounts option. Then tap on Google, then choose the Gmail ID through which you signed in on the phone.
3. Here you can choose all those options, so that Google related information is synced to cloud. It includes your contacts, photos, app data, calendar events, Chrome tabs, your Google Fit data and more.
4. Go to Settings first, then Backup & Reset.
5. Check Backup My Data
In this way the phone settings, including app data and Wi-Fi passwords, will be saved in your Google Account. Whenever you use this Google account, all your preferences, photos (via Google+) and contacts will be imported automatically. These data are constantly synced, all you have to do is log in with the same account on another device. But through this process, backups of messages and many other types of data are not ready, you have to do it yourself.

Backing up media, messages and apps to the system
After this you will want to make a backup of music, movies and other media files. Its method is very easy. Connect your phone to a personal computer and copy whatever data is on the microSD card. This is a manual process so you have to keep creating backups in between.
Media
1. Connect your phone to the computer via USB cable. If you use a Mac, make sure that the Android File Transfer application is installed on your system.
2. Open My Computer on a personal computer or Finder on a Mac.
3. Navigate to the SD card and copy all the files that are backed up on your computer.
4. Once the files are copied, you can disconnect your phone from the computer.
Text message

You can also save text messages and call logs on your Gmail account, for this you will have to use the SMS Backup + app. Follow the instructions below.
1. Download SMS Backup +
2. Open the app and tap Connect.
3. Choose your Gmail account in the pop-up.
4. Then allow SMS Backup + to access your Google account.
5. Now once again go back into the app and tap on backup. In this way all your text messages will be saved on your Gmail account.
6. After this you will log in to the web browser at any time and you will be able to see the new label named SMS. By clicking on it you can read all your backup text messages.
7. To restore these messages, tap on Restore in SMS Backup +.
8. Then tap on OK in the pop-up.
9. After this you will be asked to create SMS SMS Backup + default SMS app. You tap on Yes. This is required to restore the message.
10. Now the app will automatically restore the message and call log. Once this process is complete, the app will show a pop-up that restores your default SMS app. Choose Yes.
The app
The next step is to restore and backup the installed app. On the new device, you can easily download the apps again using the old Google account. Go to Google Play, tap on the three horizontal lines in the top left and then select My App. You can reinstall previously downloaded apps from there. On the other hand, if you have created a backup on your computer, it is easier to restore it. And for this internet will be needed. It is very easy to do this.
1. Download ES File Explorer.
2. Swipe to the right of the screen, access the ES File Explorer homepage.
3. On the right side, Android Robot icon has APP below, tap it.
4. Tap and hold an app until a checkmark appears on the icon.
5. Click on the top right of the tick-marked icon, with it all the apps will be selected.
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