If you want to create a full backup data Android – you’ll need a custom recovery like TWRP or CWM. This backup method can contain all system, and after restore you’ll get your device exactly as before, with all apps, data and media files!
To use a backup data devices with the custom recovery first you’ll need to install it, if you don’t know where to find it – ask in the comments.
After installing follow this guide how to backup data Android:
To restore backup go to restore, select backup file and swipe to start process.
Done! Now you know how to create full backup of Android! Have some questions? Write it in the comments!
To install custom recovery, it is not necessary to have root access. Using your PC and your debugging mode, you can install custom recovery manually using the instructions below.
If you know how to flash the phone using the SP Flash Tool, then there will not be much new information for you. Download and install the SP Flash Tool and drivers for your phone. Now you need to download the Recovery for your device, after the download, save your new recovery in a convenient place:
After following the steps write please whether there were any difficulties.
Everything with “how to install Recovery with Odin” is almost the same as in the firmware of the smartphone. The main thing here is that you do not need root rights to install recovery using Odin:
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USB cable today comes with all the Android devices, most commonly it is a part of the charger. If you need to transfer files to Android from PC or vice versa via USB, do the following:
Different smartphones and tablets on Android when you connect them for transfer files to Android via cable are displayed differently on the computer, most often — as a media device or removable disk. If two removable disks are displayed – it is an internal memory of Android device and external memory card.
Now you can transfer files from your PC to an Android device, or to PC via USB as if it was a regular USB flash drive. If your Android device is locked with a password, then unlock it with a graphical key or a fingerprint scanner – unlock it, and then folders from your smartphone will be available on your computer and you’ll can transfer files to Android.
Hope that now you’ll be able to transfer files PC to Android via USB!Read more