1. Download Easy Backup on your Android device.

2. When you launch the app, you’ll be asked if you want to create a backup. Tap Yes.

3. You’ll then see a bunch of check boxes next to the things you can back up: SMS, MMS, call logs, calendar, bookmarks, dictionary and contacts. Make your selections and tap OK.

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Create backup and choose what to save. / © ANDROIDPIT

4. You’ll be asked for a save location for your backup. Make your selection and tap it.

5. If you select a cloud service you’ll have to sign in. If you select SD card you’ll have to confirm the directory.

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Choose a backup location and choose your directory (for SD card backups). / © ANDROIDPIT

6. You’ll then be asked to give the backup a file name. The date and time is the default. If you have multiple devices you might want to modify the file name to include the device you’re backing up.

AndroidPIT Easy Backup file name progress
Adda file name for your backup and sit back and relax. / © ANDROIDPIT

7. You’ll then see a progress page when your data is being backed up. Once completed, you’ll get a pop up window with a summary of what was backed up.

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You’ll get a summary of the backup and a pass message when completed. / © ANDROIDPIT

8. If your phone is rooted, you can also back up your apps and app data. If not, you can still tap on the Apps Tools tab in the main menu and create a backup of the APKs on your phone. APKs are like an .exe on a computer: it’s the program or app package. If your Google settings are enabled to back up your app data and settings (outlined above) you can use this option to back up the apps themselves and Google’s backup to save the settings and data in the apps.

9. Just check the boxes next to the apps you want to save and hit Backup at the bottom.

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Even if you can’t back up all your app data you can save the app package files (APK). / © ANDROIDPIT

10. When you want to restore your apps or data, just hit the Restore tab. You’ll be prompted to set Easy backup as the default SMS app. You can change this back once your backup has been restored.

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Restoring backups is a piece of cake. / © ANDROIDPIT

11. Select the backup you want to restore and tap it. You’ll see a pop up with details of what will be restored. Tap OK and you’re done.

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Choose what to restore (left) and keep an eye on archived apps (right) / © ANDROIDPIT

12. Restoring your apps is slightly different. Go back to Apps Tools in the main menu and tap the Archived tab.

13. You can check off the APKs you want to restore, then tap Install at the bottom.

14. You’ll then see the permissions screen for each app, like you would with any new app you install.

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