Before you enable automatic backup on a Samsung Galaxy device, it is extremely important to check whether the device software and the related apps are up-to-date. Here are a few steps to follow:
- Go to Settings and locate “Software update“.
- Click on the “Download Install” button.
- Now follow the prompts to update the device software successfully.
Once you have successfully gone through these steps, it’s now time to enable data backup automation. This will help you just in case the worst thing happens to your device. With this, you can easily retrieve all your documents or data. Below is the step-by-step guide on how to backup data automatically on Samsung Galaxy phones.
How to Backup Data Automatically on Samsung Galaxy
Step #1. Go to Settings and click on “Accounts and backup“.
Step #2. Click on “Samsung Cloud“.
Step #3. Click on Sync and auto backup settings and tap on Auto back up. This will pop up a list of features to enable auto backup.
Step #4. Locate the “three vertical dots (i.e. More options)”, and go to Settings.
Step #5. Select what to back up automatically to Samsung Cloud.
After going through all the outlined steps, you are assured to retrieve any of the features enabled in case your Samsung Galaxy phone gets damaged or unable to access the device.