How to Backup Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Has anyone successfully backed up the Note 3? I've tried so hard to get that done by unchecking some files to backup, connecting and reconnecting the device, even went to the extent of re - installing my 3.0 USB driver and all I get after starting the backup is MTP failed error on my device.
Actually, Samsung Kies is not the only way to backup your Samsung Note 3. If you are looking for other ways, stop here. This article is going to show you simple ways available about backing up all files on your Samsung Note 3 to the computer, and even transfer to the other phone.
As you know, music, videos and photos are saved on the SD card of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and can be directly backed up to the computer with a single USB cable. However, text messages, calendar, call logs and others are stored in the phone memory card, which can't be read and backed up to the computer. Hence, to do the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Backup, you need to draw support from a third-party tool. The Wondershare MobileGo for Android just stands out. It's able to help you backup text messages, apps, calendars, call logs, music, videos, photos, playlist info, contacts, and documents to the computer effortlessly.
Below is a straightforward three-step tutorial showing you how to backup Galaxy Note 3 to the computer by using the Wondershare MobileGo for Android. Download the software and follow it.
Step 1. Connect the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to the computer
First, run the software on the computer and connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 by plugging in a USB cable or via WiFi. Your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be detected soon and then appears in the primary window.
If this is the first time to use this software and you want to make the connection via WiFi, you need to install a must-have MobileGo APK file on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Step 2. Galaxy Note 3 backup
From the Tools you may like menu, you can see many buttons. By clicking them, you can do the quick Galaxy Note 3 management. Click One-Click Backup and the Backup window pops up. Select the contents you're going to back up. Then, click Back Up. One day, if you suffer data loss, you can use the backup file to restore your Galaxy Note 3.
What if you want to backup the chosen files? Go to the left column, and you'll see different file categories. Choose one category and select your wanted files and then back up them. To back up the documents, you can click File. All files, on the phone memory card and SD card are listed. Find your desired documents and drag and drop them to the computer.
When you get a newer phone, like iPhone 5s, you may want to backup your Samsung Note 3 and transfer to it. Here, I recommend a desktop phone transfer program – the Wondershare MobileTrans. It can backup all contacts, text messages, music, photos and more on the Galaxy Note 3 and restore on the other phone/tablet running Android, iOS or Symbian.
Take a trail version of the phone transfer program by clicking the button below.
Step 1. Connect both Galaxy Note 3 and the other phone/tablet
Use USB cables to connect the two devices to the computer. The phone transfer program will detect and show them both in its primary window.
iTunes need installing on the computer when you backup Galaxy Note 3 to an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Step 2. The content that can be transferred
|Galaxy Note 3 to an Android device|
|Galaxy Note 3 to an iPhone|
|Galaxy Note 3 to a Symbian phone|
With the Wondershare MobileTrans, you can also backup contacts, music, videos and photos from Galaxy Note 3 to the iPod touch or iPad.
Step 3. Backup Note 3 to a phone/tablet
Select your wanted files and click Start Copy. The files will be backed up and transferred to the other phone/tablet.
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