Backing up data is necessary when you are restoring your phone to the original settings, or your phone is lost and you need the data of the previous phone to be in the new phone. When you lose your phone, some remote management tools help with deleting all the data so that the person who stole it can not use the confidential information stored in your phone. But for you to use that data again in a new phone, or after you reset the data there needs to be a backup of it.
MyBackup Pro is one of those apps which I mentioned about earlier, and which helps you backup your apps and data like settings, contacts, messages etc. so that you can recover them anytime you need. The app saves your data either on the cloud online or to the SD card locally.
Here is how you can backup the data through Mybackup Pro app for Android -
Open the Mybackup Pro app (it is a paid application but one of the best recommended ones for more than one advantages) and register to their site for a new account where your all backups would be stored. The app is advantageous and can perform more functions when the phone is rooted, so if the phone is rooted, you would be asked whether to continue with the registration getting the extra features. Hit “Yes”.
The app main page contains all the options for managing, backing up, restoring the files and scheduling the backups for future. Hit the Backup option, and the pop-up would appear asking you whether to backup the data of the phone or the applications. Hit “Data” if you want to backup the data, or “Applications” if you want to backup the applications that you bought or downloaded from the App market.
The MyBackup Pro application is capable of backing up several data on the phone, which includes contacts that are saved in your phone, the call log, bookmarks saved in the web browser, the SMS and MMS which are in your inbox and sent items, the system settings, alarms, dictionary, calendar and the music playlist. These all can be done at once, or you can select which data you need to backup specifically. Once you select and hit backup, it takes not much time to backup through Wi-Fi.
The online storage is done at their website here where you can login using the information you got in the mail while registering. If not, go to settings and hit “Send PIN” so that the PIN is sent to your mail, or can select Bluetooth to send the PIN to your computer through bluetooth. Login to find all the backed up folders in the archives, arranged according to the date.