It is a common thing to lose important data when a phone is stolen or lost. Have you ever lost an important data before? Of course you can feel the frustration at once. Those days are gone, when we lose important data from our mobile phones. At least for Android users, there are quite a lot of nice apps that can let you backup your Android device and restore them at any time of your choice or in a new device even entirely.
Backing up your Android phone or tablet is the surest way to save your important data like mails, contacts, photos, documents etc. So in this post I will try to introduce some awesome Android backup apps that will allow you to backup and store in a save place your Android device.
Backup Android apps for rooted phones – Paid and Free
There are basically two methods of backing up your Android phone. First is to backup on a memory card or backup in the cloud. Whichever method you prefer is totally your choice. Bear in mind that there are backup apps that may require you to root your Android phone but then I will also try to cover those backup apps that wont require you to root your Android as well.
Titanium Backup: Titanium Backup is a backup app for Android rooted phones; it is comes in free version and paid version which is sold for just $5.72. This app is my favorite and it is one of the most powerful backup app you can find in the market for Android devices. Its features are enormous. You can check out the features of the free version as well as the paid version on their homepage. I recommend this app for anyone who is looking to backup his rooted Android device.
My Backup Pro: My Backup Pro is the biggest competitor to Titanium backup for Android device. It is a paid app but you can try its 30-day trial. With My Backup Pro you can backup your apps, contacts, call log, SMS, System settings, Bookmarks, music playlists etc. You can either backup on your memory card or backup in the cloud. If your phone is rooted you can as well backup apk data as well as market links. You can backup from one device and restore in another with the paid version of this app but can only backup and restore in same device in the free version.
SMS Backup and Restore: This apps allows you to backup and restore your SMS. Maybe you just acquired a new Android phone and will want to backup all your SMS so as to restore them on your new phone, SMS Backup and restore will be your best app for this job. It is quite easy to use, supports schedule backup, support delete, restore and export by conversation, 1-click operation and also supports delete or clear stranger/old/all messages. Now you don’t have to hang on to your old Android phone just because you don’t want to get rid of your messages.
Go Backup: Go Backup is a free and simple backup app for your Android device. It allows you to backup all your contacts, messages and apps. If your device is rooted, Go Backup can as well backup app data, hide annoying app installation interface during restore.
ROM Manager: Are you running a custom ROM on your rooted Android device? Then this app is your best backup for your custom ROMs. You can simply manage your ROM with ROM manager backup app. Backup and restore ROMs from your memory card or from the cloud.
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Coly Brown says
I have been using ‘Go Backup’ for a while now, its my favourite. Am glad you also found it useful and blogged about it for other Android users seeking to find solutions to backup their mobile phone data.
Thanks for the list, I will try out the other services.
Andy Kindler says
I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading what you all have to say…
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