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Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by xakagiz » 19 Jun 2016 11:24

Currently we have 5 Android phones for my family. And it is very annoying to backup the phone separately. Besides, the sync speed is very slow by using Google Drive. How about this NAS4Free to backup all the Android phones?

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Re: Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by ms49434 » 19 Jun 2016 19:14

xakagiz wrote:Currently we have 5 Android phones for my family. And it is very annoying to backup the phone separately. Besides, the sync speed is very slow by using Google Drive. How about this NAS4Free to backup all the Android phones?
Have a look at syncthing, it's available as a service in NAS4free and is available as an app for Android.
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Re: Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by xakagiz » 20 Jun 2016 04:08

ms49434 wrote:
xakagiz wrote:Currently we have 5 Android phones for my family. And it is very annoying to backup the phone separately. Besides, the sync speed is very slow by using Google Drive. How about this NAS4Free to backup all the Android phones?
Have a look at syncthing, it's available as a service in NAS4free and is available as an app for Android.
Can I backup all the things via Android app?

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Re: Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by ChriZathens » 20 Jun 2016 20:58

I don't think you can backup settings, like wifi passwords, home screen and stuff like that..
Only your data folders, like music, videos, photos, etc..
The only way to backup everything, AFAIK, is to be rooted and use an app like Titanium backup to create a full backup and then copy the backup file in your NAS, like you can do with any hard drive..
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Re: Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by willieaames » 23 Jun 2016 09:00

Try copy my data, phone copier or at&t mobile transfer...

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Re: Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by peiwo » 04 May 2017 10:07

Of course, there are other ways can help us backup Android phone with one click. If you want to backup 5 Android phone, such tool is really helpful. You just need connect your Android phone to computer via USB Cable, start the program, then you can click [backup] option. Then the backup is done to computer.

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Re: Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by mariad » 29 Jun 2017 13:04

peiwo wrote:
04 May 2017 10:07
Of course, there are other ways can help us backup Android phone with one click. If you want to backup 5 Android phone, such tool is really helpful. You just need connect your Android phone to computer via USB Cable, start the program, then you can click [backup] option. Then the backup is done to computer.
But this would be backing up one device at a time right?

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Re: Can I use this app to backup android phone?

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Post by mariad » 29 Jun 2017 13:05

Yasmerty wrote:
26 May 2017 12:31
peiwo wrote:
04 May 2017 10:07
Of course, there are other ways can help us backup Android phone with one click. If you want to backup 5 Android phone, such tool is really helpful. You just need connect your Android phone to computer via USB Cable, start the program, then you can click [backup] option. Then the backup is done to computer.
You are right , with the help of the Phone to Phone Transfer tool ,we can transfer phone data to computer for back up them on computer, moreover , we are allowed to sync data to backup , if we have created backup files ,
Are you in any way saying, that transferring data to one device from all other devices and then making a backup on the computer?

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