How To Completely Backup Your Samsung Galaxy S20 For New Updates?

Since the new updates for Galaxy S20 have been rolled out for the user. There are some issues related to the backup that has been popping out. So here is a guide on how to fully back up the device before the update to One UI 5.

Users can use SmartSwitch to back up their devices. The applications that require authentication will not be restored by such methods.

One other method is Syncios Android Manager for priority to do this job. With Syncios Android Manager, Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+ holders can easily transfer mobile content including Messages, Contacts, Photos, Music, and Videos individually. And restore them to the original phones at any time.

You can also use Google Drive to back up your Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+ phone data. This method will not backup files such as text messages, contacts (contacts can be synced to Gmail account separately), WhatsApp, and other apps data.

If you are switching your phone to now a Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+, you will need to fix this problem: how to transfer data from the original phone to Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+? Here are some steps to get this done

1. Download Syncios Data Transfer on your PC

2. Connect your original phone and Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+ to the program via a standard USB cable and transfer the data.

3. Click on the Next button and then wait to load the selected items to transfer. And the program goes for the transfer process. When complete, disconnect the phones.

So, these are some of the ways to get the full backup of your data on galaxy S20 after a factory reset.


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