This isn’t a guide to waste your valuable time to make you learn waste things or information. You’re here to quickly learn the process to back your Android phone to PC or laptop and the same is going to be found, directly.
The method I’ll be sharing over here is going to work over a standard USB connection or the much faster and modern method, i.e., Wi-Fi connection. Yes, any of these methods can be used to quickly backup your Android phone or tablet, right from the computer.
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This method is going to support any Windows platform versions, and thus, will cover almost all of you. Yes, I’ll be offering a proper support in future as well.
And, in case if you find any issue or wish to know any further details, simply start a new thread at the bottom discussion section and I’ll come up with a clear explanation on that.
Backup your Android Phone to PC/Laptop
How about we start it now? Agree? Then, the following are the steps you need to go through. Don’t worry, take a look, they are very few and simple enough for you to remember in future.
Step 1 – Download SyncDroid software on your computer first. You need to get it from its official website only.
Step 2 – Once the file is downloaded, start installing the software which will be same as of any other installation procedure, very normal, and will end up quickly.
Step 3 – Start the software, and if you wish to connect to USB, then connect the phone with the original USB cable. Also, if you wish to connect to Wi-Fi, then install the official SyncDroid Android app on the phone, and then proceed the screen instructions to setup the connection.
Step 4 – Once the connection is setup, the software will detect the device, and then you will have categories ahead. Choose any category and then that particular data will start syncing.
Now, you can select all the categories to create a complete backup. And by reversing the process, you can also do the Restore thing in a new device.
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So, was it tough? No, right? Then, it’s time for you to share this helpful tutorial with all your friends on Facebook, or Google+, or Twitter, or whatever social platform you use, and help them know about it. Peace!