Monday, 20 August 2018

Android Will Get Option to Manually Back Up User Data

Google is all set to enable an option to let users manually save their backups on its Android. Android has the option to back up your data onto Google Drive for a long time and now it is changing all the way.

New option, which is likely
to ease the backup process especially if you instantly need to preserve your personal data, will be a part of a future Android update. Google has confirmed that development of the manual backup option that is likely to sit alongside the automatic backup function that we spotted even on devices running Android 4.4 KitKat. 

Google said "We've deferred this issue for consideration in a future release. Thank you for your time to make Android better"

However nothing has been cleared that Google will be able to push the manual backup option to Android 9.1 that will be an upgraded version of Android Pie or bring it to Android Q. Nevertheless, there is a way to start manually backing up your data by rooting your Android device. But for the unofficial method, you need to set up ADB (Android Debug Bridge) and then pass the command "adb shell bmgr backupnow --all" each time when you want to manually back up your data onto Google Drive.

Note :- We don't recommend you to root your device to manually back up your data.

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