6 ways to backup mobile data
| by Naina Khedekar
Mobile phones have become an integral part of our lives and have successfully replaced several essential attributes and mediums, which we relied upon, earlier. Our smartphones are often stuffed with all the data, be it contacts, calendar jotting down events, reminders, photos, messages and more. Now picture this – you have important client calls to make and you're on your way to work and in an instant your phone is stolen or it’s a rainy day and for some god forbidden reason the phone slips into a puddle, making it redundant forever. Getting a newer, higher-end handset could just be a matter of time, but the data is something that you may have to kiss good bye. Here’s when taking a backup of all that data becomes essential, especially when we are looking at users who find those contact details and messages of utmost importance, let alone photos and videos. The only solution to this is appropriate and timely backup of all your data in a secure place, which can then be easily restored onto your newer devices. This is what we are going to discuss here, some ways to backup that precious, critical data.
Save it on cloud
Secure contact details
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