If you keep a good habit of back up the important data on your Samsung Galaxy S6, it will be much easier for you to get back the data when you perform a wrong deletion on your Samsung Galaxy S6. There are many kinds of files on the Samsung Galaxy S6 that you may want to back up. For example, you may need the contacts, which are the keys for attempt the others. And photos are the carriers of the memories of your life. Such things are so important that no one can bear to lose them.
There are many ways to create backup files for your Samsung S6, and people often mention the Google. You can use the Google to back up your data and then restore the data with the same Google account used. This way is widely used among the users of Android devices.
But have you ever think of finding an easier and safer tool? As we know, the data stored on the Cloud service is at the risk of the leakage of personal information. I prefer the desktop applications like the Fonelab for Android. It is a tool developed by the Aiseesoft. It is really an easy application, because all the tasks will be done with some simple clicks. You can use it to back up the files including the messages, contacts, audios, videos, photos, documents and so on. All the backup files created will be stored on your computer, which is also easy for you to restore. And the FoneLab for Android is compatible with almost all the Android devices like the Samsung, Motorola, HTC, etc. Of course, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is also on the list.
Step 2. Then your Samsung Galaxy S6 will be detected by the tool. And you need to enable the USB Debugging on your Samsung Galaxy S6. The full instruction of enabling will be showed on the interface.
Step 3. Now you can choose the file types that you want to back up on your Samsung Galaxy S6. You can choose the messages, contacts, call logs, photos, audios, videos, and so on.
Step 4. After choosing the file types, you can now tap on the “Recover” button to start the backup process. And the backup file you create with this tool will be stored on your computer.