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How to restore data in a new phone after backing up data seamlessly from an old phone

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You may back up your phone’s content, data, and settings to your Google Account. You can restore your backed-up data to the original phone or to a number of other Android devices. When you set up a personal device with a professional profile or for work only, or when you set up a company-owned device, you can’t use back up.

The process of restoring data differs depending on the phone and Android version. A backup from a higher Android version cannot be restored to a phone running a lower Android version.


Activate automatic backups.



Instead of a swipe or Smart Lock, use a PIN, pattern, or password screen lock to further protect your backed-up data.

You may programme your phone to back up your files automatically.

  • Open the Google One app on your Android phone.
  •  Tap Storage at the top of the screen.
  • Go to the device backup section and scroll down.
  • A- Tap Set up data backup if this is your first phone backup.
  • B- If this isn’t your first backup phone: View details by tapping the View details button.
  • Select Manage backup to see your backup settings.
  • Pick a backup option.
  • A- Follow the onscreen instructions if you’re told to install an app, update an app, or change your settings. Return to Google One to complete the process.
  • Allow permissions if prompted.
  • Tap Back in the upper-left corner.

It can take up to 24 hours for your Google One backup to finish. “On” will appear beneath the data types you chose when your data is saved.

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Data and settings should be backed up manually:

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1. Go to Settings on your phone.

2. Select Backup from the System menu. If these instructions don’t match your phone’s settings, look for a backup in your settings app or contact the manufacturer for assistance.

3. Return to the previous screen and then proceed.

After you’ve backed up, you should erase everything:

After you’ve made a backup, erase everything on your phone to reset it.

Transfer your information to a new device.

When you connect your Google Account to a phone that has already been set up, it syncs with everything you’ve already backed up for that Google Account.

Follow the on-screen instructions to restore a backed-up account to a new phone.

Google Photographs already has copies of your photos and videos. However, while setting up your new phone for the first time or after a factory reset, you can restore the rest of the data you saved up. Follow the on-screen instructions during setup to restore your data.

It could take up to 24 hours for the procedure to complete.

Important: A backup from a higher Android version cannot be restored to a phone running a lower Android version.

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