How To Backup Your Phone

How To Backup Your Phone

How to backup phone is a simple easy to use guide on how to backup your phone we have several guides for several devices, and we are adding more all the time.

Creating a backup of your phone data keeps you safe, just in case the worst happens. Making backups and restoring your data from a backup is made easy with an Apple account, Google account, Samsung Account or with a trusted backup app. You can even set your phone to create backups automatically, ensuring that your data is secure around the clock.

As there are several and perhaps hundreds of different phones out there we have put a guide together that’s simple and the most update guide you’ll find on the web.

So if you’re facing trouble with losing family photos and precious memories because you don’t fully understand how to backup your phone, this guide is for you, it’s simple and to the point.

So Far we have guides for Apple, Samsung, Google & Huawei Phones


How to backup iPhone / iPad Devices

To backup an Apple device perform the following steps.

Please check that you have enough available space in iCloud for the backup. When you sign in to iCloud, you get 5GB of iCloud storage for free. If you need more iCloud storage, you can buy more from your Device.

So to begin follow these steps:

Voila, that’s it your apple device will start backing up whenever it can.

You can also view all your data across your Apple devices by visiting and signing in with the same account you use on the Apple device (The account you use to buy stuff with)

Restoring your Apple device is even easier, all you have to do is sign in on your Apple device with the same account information and if a backup exsist on iCloud it will show what backups it has availble, select which yours from the list, and then leave your phone to restore, can take some time depending on how much stuff you have.

Reference: Apple Docs


How to Backup Samsung Devices

To get started with Samsung devices, perform these simple steps:

That’s it, your Samsung device will start to back up periodically.

It’s a good idea to note the email account association with your backup so then if you ever lose your phone, you can find it by going to Find My Mobile which allows you to locate and block your phone from being used so you can recover it

Reference: Samsung Docs


How to Backup Google Devices

You can back up content, data and settings from your phone to your Google account. You can also restore your backed-up information to your phone.

Restoring data depends on the phone and Android version. You can’t restore a backup from a higher Android version on to a phone running an older Android version.

To back up your Google Pixel devices perform the following steps:

That’s It it will start backing up every so often when it has access to a wifi connection

If you have never done a backup before it would be a good idea to find a fast internet connection and before a backup.

If you ever lose your phone type ‘Find my phone’ in google if you’re using the same account as what your google device is using then it should show a map with the last location of your device, or head to Google Find My Device

Reference: Google Docs


How to Backup Huawei Devices

Back up your files easily, meaning you’ll never lose your data again. Huawei provides phone backup and Huawei HiSuite, a comprehensively way of protecting your data.

With so many useful tools, how should you choose the one most suited to your needs? When your phone has an SD card installed, it is recommended that you use Huawei’s backup feature, which allows you to easily back up your contacts, photos, and all your apps and their data.

What if you don’t have an SD card or a new phone? Don’t worry: There is always HiSuite, allowing you to save your data to your computer. Once you have repaired your phone you can recover your data.

To backup Huawei Devices follow these easy steps.

Now seen as Huawei is having difficulty allowing users to install google applications the next approach would be to use cloud storage solutions such as Dropbox or OneDrive

Reference Huawei Docs