Android Data Recovery
Take A Full Backup on Samsung Galaxy S8
This article would introduce three different ways to back up or sync data on your Samsung smartphone. You can choose one of them that can fit you most. More details please continue to read.
- Method 1: How to Sync Galaxy S8 with Google Account?
- Method 2: How Do I Back Up Data Using Samsung Account?
- Method 3: Back Up Samsung Galaxy S8 via Android Backup Restore
Step 1 Go to Settings App and select "Backup and reset" and enable the "Back up my data" and "Automatic restore" under the "Google account" section of the menu.
Step 2 Then tap on the "Backup account" to select or add a new account and the data would be backed up to that account.
However, not all the data on your Samsung can be synced with this service. The Google Calendar settings, Wi-Fi networks & passwords, Gmail settings, apps installed from Google Play, third-party app settings & data can be backed up, but some apps or the data from them may not be able to sync.
Step 1 On the home screen of your Samsung, tap on "Settings" and then scroll down to choose "Accounts".
Step 2 Add a Samsung account.
Step 3 Tap on the "Samsung account" icon and then "Backup". Now, you can choose the contents you want to back up. Tap on the "Back up now" icon and it would start to back up your data.
Step 1 Connect Samsung to PC
After the program is installed, please launch it and connect your Samsung Galaxy S8 to computer via USB cable. Then go to "Data Backup & Restore" tool on the left pane and choose "Device Data Backup" or "One-click Backup" to continue.
Step 2 Select Data You Want
You can see there are different data types displayed on the interface. Please choose the ones you want to back up.
Step 3 Back Up Samsung
Click on "Start" button and the program would start to back up data for your device. After the job is done, you will get backup copies of your Samsung phone on your computer.
As you can see above, the three methods will back up you Samsung simply. But with Android Backup Restore, you can back up almost all the data types on your smartphone with three simple steps. So why not have a try?