Avast! Mobile Backup Regularly Backs Up Your Android to Google Drive
Android: There are plenty of great ways to
Backing up your Android phone isn't difficult, but the best tools require root access in order to get all of your apps and settings, and to do automated, regular backups that can run when you're not looking. Avast, on the other hand, doesn't require root, and works just as well on Android phones as it does on tablets. You'll need an Avast account to use the app, and once you're logged in the app will prompt you to connect it with Google Drive, where most of your data will be stored. From there, the free version of the app lets you back up call logs, SMS, contacts, and photos. If you want to back up music, video, or apps (which pretty much everyone will want to do), you'll need to upgrade to a premium account in-app for $2/mo or $15/yr.
By default, Avast runs once per day, but you can adjust the schedule as you see fit, or even schedule it for off-hours. You can even PIN-lock your data so you have to authenticate before you can restore to a new phone or tablet.
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Avast! Mobile Backup is free at Google Play, but like we mentioned, to get any real use from it you'll need to shell out for the in-app premium upgrade. You can grab it from the link below.
Avast! Mobile Backup (Free, $2/mo or $15/yr Premium) | Google Play