There are several reasons why maintaining a backup of your Android phone is important. Switching phones is certainly easier when you can simply back up the entire phone and restore the backup image onto your new phone. Photos and videos are just as important to protect, and making regular backups is how you can protect them best.
Apps and solutions designed to make backing up your Android phone easier are also available. We are going to take a look at some of those apps and solutions in this article.
Before we get to the third-party solutions, we definitely need to look at the native apps provided by Google. The apps from Google – and the services behind them – are already more than capable of safely storing your files in the cloud.
Google Photos, for example, supports unlimited storage for high-resolution files. Even when you want to store the full resolution copies, you can use the service for free until you reach the 15 GB maximum storage limit, and then upgrade to one of the affordable plans to continue.
The same can be said for other apps, including Google Contacts, Calendar, Keep, and Docs. They all come with automatic synchronization with your Google account, creating a seamless user experience while providing an added layer of security to your valuable data.
Titanium Backup is the next app on our list. It is one of the most comprehensive backup solutions available for Android. You only need to look at its feature list once to know that this is a serious app that will take care of everything.
Titanium Backup also available as a premium upgrade, with the Pro version offering more features. The only downside to using Titanium Backup for backing up your files and apps – yes, it does support backing up your apps and application data – is the fact that you need a rooted Android phone to use the more advanced features.
Helium is another popular Android backup app with plenty of features, even in its free version. For starters, you don’t need root access to use Helium app. It supports backing up to internal and external storage. It even supports backing up your entire Android phone to a Windows PC.
Helium can synchronize backup files across devices, but you have to use the premium version to enable Android to Android sync. The premium version also comes with cloud backup integration, which makes the whole process even simpler.
The best backup apps can protect your files, but there are still times when you need a good file recovery option. I remember maintaining regular backups of my phone and still suffering from loss of data because my memory card decided to die on me.
Thankfully, data recovery services are getting so much better. Top companies like Secure Data Recovery can now handle mobile data recovery using state-of-the-art methods, boosting the chances of recovering lost data under the worst circumstances.
The combination of backup apps, a good backup routine, and data recovery options provide you with the best protection. These two will keep your Android phone and the personal files you store in it nice and safe.
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