It's important to back up your Android device regularly in order to prevent data loss as much as you can, although unlike Apple devices, Android devices do not receive as much attention in regard to programs that can be used for data management purposes. This is why when it comes to Android data management, there is a wide variety of third-party programs available. With that in mind, today we are going to focus in on Aiseesoft's Android Data Recovery program and the method behind how you are able to easily backup Android to new phone.
Also, get to know what to do if your Android file transfer not working on Mac.
With this method, we will be discussing how you are able to backup Android to computer in just a few simple steps, with the help of Aiseesoft's Android Data Recovery program.
Step #1 – First, download and install the FoneLab for Android program accordingly. Once you have it installed, go ahead and launch the program.
Step #2 – Once it's launched up, take your Android device and connect it to your computer using a USB cable. It should only take a few seconds for your computer to detect the connection and the program to detect the connection.
Note: If you have never connected your Android device to your computer using a USB cable before then by default, drivers will be installed.
Step #3 – Once you have your device connected and the drivers have been installed, you have to make sure that you have put your device into USB debugging mode. This step is important as if you don't make sure of this, then the method simply will not work.
Step #4 – To put your device into USB debugging mode, go to your device's “Settings”, and follow the path About – > Software Information – > More. From here, tap on the “Build Number” option times before heading to the original “Settings” menu, tapping on the “Developer options” option, and enabling “USB Debugging”.
Step #5 – Once your device is in USB Debugging more, you're ready to move forward with the process itself. On the Android Data Recovery program, select all of the data that you'd like to backup Android to computer and click on the “Recover” button, located at the bottom right of the program.
Step #6 – Once you have clicked on the “Recover” button, all of the data that you had selected will be backed up and stored on your computer.
As you can see, the once difficult task of being able to backup Android to computer is made a lot easier when using Aiseesoft's FoneLab for Android, although we're not quite finished there. With the Android Data Recovery program, you are able to do so much more.
Above, we went over the primary feature of Android Data Recovery and how exactly you can use it. In this method, we are going to take a look at FoneCopy and how you can use the program to successfully backup Android to new phone in a few steps and in just a few minutes.
Step #1 – Make sure that you have both downloaded the FoneCopy program and have installed it accordingly. Once you have it installed and are ready to go, launch the program.
Step #2 – Once you have it launched up, go ahead and connect your Android device using a USB cable. Allow a few seconds for your computer to detect that the connection has been made. Do the same with the iPhone which you’d like to transfer data from.
Step #3 – Once you have both of the devices connected, they will both be displayed on the FoneCopy program.
Step #4 – From here, you are able to select the different types of data that you’d like to be copied over from your old device to your new device.
Note: if the devices are not shown in the correct places, simply click on the “Switch” button located in the centre of the program and they will be placed in the appropriate places.
Step #5 – After selecting the different types of data that you’d like to have transferred, click on the “Start to Copy” button and the process will begin.
Step #6 – It's worth keeping in mind that if you are transferring a lot of data from your old iPhone, then the process itself will take some time. If you are only transferring a small amount of data, then the process will take a matter of minutes. No matter how long, be patient! If you disconnect either of the devices during this process, you are putting the data which is being transferred at risk of being corrupted and it will be irretrievable, so just be patient as the process goes on.
With the FoneCopy program, you are able to do a lot more than simply transferring your contacts or the media that you have stored on your device, you can go as far as copying every file which is stored on your device. This reason alone makes it perfect for all of your Android data management needs and furthermore, the perfect choice for when you are looking to backup Android to new phone.
As we said before, it's important that you back up the data on your Android devices on a regular basis. Data loss is unforeseeable and can happen at any moment, and for that reason alone it's important that you back up your data so that if something does happen to your device, you're able to get your data back in a matter of minutes.
Provided that you backup Android to computer on a regular basis (my suggestion is at least once a week, of not more), then you should lose next to no data if your device runs into any issues.