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How do I backup my Samsung Galaxy S3 to my computer?

How do I backup my Samsung Galaxy S3 to my computer?

Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable, and then tap Allow on your phone. Next, navigate to and open Smart Switch on your computer, and then click Backup. Your computer will automatically start backing up your phone’s data, which may take several minutes.

How do I backup and restore my Samsung Galaxy?

Backing up to a Samsung Account

  1. Go to “Settings”, then tap “Accounts and backup”.
  2. Tap “Backup and restore”.
  3. Under the Samsung Account heading, tap “Back up data”.
  4. Select the apps that you would like to back up, then tap “Back up”.
  5. Your data will be backed up.

How do I backup and restore?

You can set up your phone to automatically back up your files.

  1. On your Android phone, open the Google One app .
  2. At the top, tap Storage.
  3. Scroll to the device backup section.
  4. To see your backup settings, tap Manage backup.
  5. Choose your backup settings.
  6. If asked, tap Allow permissions.
  7. At the top left, tap Back .

How do I restore my Samsung gallery?

  1. Open the Gallery app on your Galaxy phone.
  2. Tap the three dots in the top right corner.
  3. Tap Trash (or Recycle bin).
  4. Tap Edit.
  5. Select the pictures you want to restore.
  6. Tap Restore to download the images back to your Samsung phone gallery.

Can I reset my phone without losing everything?

Navigate to Settings, Backup and reset and then Reset settings. 2. If you have an option that says ‘Reset settings’ this is possibly where you can reset the phone without losing all your data. If the option just says ‘Reset phone’ you don’t have the option to save data.

How do I restore my Samsung?

From Settings, tap Accounts and backup, and then tap Restore data under Samsung Cloud. Select your desired device from the drop-down at the top, and then select the content you want to restore. Next, tap Restore. If needed, follow the on-screen instructions to download your backup data.

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