How To Backup the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
Every now and then you may hear that some Android user has lost or accidentally deleted their data. The best way to protect yourself against this is to back up your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro. But what is the best way to do this?
Basically, there are two main methods: baking up the data using your preferred cloud service or storing it on your PC. The cloud option might be a bit more convenient since you don’t have to deal with USB cables or install additional software.
One way or the other, both of these methods are quite easy and most importantly – free of charge. So let’s take a look at how to back up your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro.
There are different cloud platforms you can use to back up your phone. For the purposes of this guide, we will use a Google Account since it’s the most common. You should also know that the steps are pretty similar no matter which cloud service you use.
1. Stable WiFi
Before you start, you need to make sure that your wifi connection is stable to avoid data loss.
2. Choose Settings
Tap to open the Settings app and scroll until you reach Cloud and Accounts in the Settings menu.
3. Choose Backup and Restore
Once inside the Cloud and Accounts menu, tap on Backup and Restore to enter your backup settings. Toggle on the Back Up My Data section just under the Google Account heading.
4. Tap to Select Your Google Account
5. Sync Your Account
After you’ve chosen your preferred Google account, tap on the menu in the upper right-hand corner of the screen and select Sync Now. You can use the toggle switches to select individual Google services data that you wish to sync.
To back up the data to your PC, you can use a piece of software called Smart Switch. This is a Samsung native app that is compatible with both Macs and PCs.
1. Download and Install the App on Your Computer
2. Launch the Smart Switch App
After you launch Smart Switch, a window will appear on your screen prompting you to connect your device via USB cable.
3. Permit Access
When your device connects to the app, a small pop-up window will appear asking you to permit access to your data. You should, of course, allow it before beginning the backup process.
4. Backup Your Device
After you’ve successfully connected the device and granted access to the smartphone data, you should click Backup in the Smart Switch window. Also, the application lets you choose which type of data you want to backup. Simply click to check or uncheck the data you wish to transfer and hit OK.
You may find more than a few different non-native applications that allow you to backup or transfer your files to different media. One of the most popular is the Syncios Data Transfer, an all-encompassing tool to either restore or backup your files.
Even though this is a paid app, it could offer more flexibility with options like phone to phone transfer.
It is advisable to do regular backups of your phone since it protects all your precious data, images, and videos. If you make it a routine, you won’t have to sweat in case something happens to your smartphone or you accidentally delete all the images from last year’s summer holiday.