If you are a andorid phone users and worried about the backup of your android phone, don,t know how to do that or what are the best tools to take the backup of your Android SMS, Pictures, Mail, Files and Apps. So today we let you know about How to take Backup SMS, Contacts,& Apps in Android.
1. Backup contacts, system settings, apps,, and e-mail in Google:- Yes you can do this with simple and easy steps. Just Go to Settings > Privacy, and make sure that “Back up my settings” and “Automatic restore” are checked off. Go to Settings > Accounts and sync, open your Gmail account, and check off all options. With these settings in place, your contacts, system settings, apps, calendar, and e-mail will be restored whenever you set up a new Android phone with that same Gmail account.
So next time you can restore all your contacts, system settings, apps, calendar, and e-mail from your google account.
2. SMS Backup + :- Its a free app in Android Market, it will help you to Automatically backup SMS, MMS and call log entries using a separate label in Gmail / Google Calendar. It is also possible to restore SMS and call log entries back to the phone. The free app automatically sends your SMS threads to Gmail and stores them under a new label, “SMS.”
3. Drag and drop :- Back up photos from your Android the traditional way.your phone to your computer via USB, set it in Disk Mode and locate the drive (on the desktop for Mac, in My Computer for Windows). Open the drive, find the DCIM folder, and drag the photos you’d like to back up onto your hard drive.
4. Backup Apps with Astro File manager :- With this Application Manager, you can pick the apps you want to backup. The protected apps are not selectable here. The apps will show up as APK files on your SD card. These can be loaded on an Android phone without the Market.
5. MyBackup Pro (Paid app):- Backup (with schedule option) to our online secure servers, or SD card, your Applications, Photos, Contacts, Call log, Browser Bookmarks, SMS (text messages), MMS,Calendar, System Settings, Home Screens (including shortcut positions), Alarms, Dictionary, Music Playlists, and more.
Restore your backups on your existing or new phone.