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Android Photo Backup – Back Android Photos to PC

Your Android phone is not large enough to save thousands of photos, videos and other important data. And it is also not available to stop taking photos to keep your Android clean. The most common and easy solution to manage your photos is backing up Android photos to another hard drive or cloud storage. The Android photo backup enables users to not only copy and save Android photos, but also delete backed up photos to make more space. Moreover, backing up Android photos allows users to recover mistakenly deleted Android photos with ease. With so many advantages of Android photo backup mentioned, it is time to start backing up photos via Google Photos, Dropbox and other tools with ease.

Android Photo Backup

Part 1: Connect Android to PC

Now your Android will serve as an external hard drive.

Step 1. Download and launch the program

Download and install Android Data Backup & Restore on your computer. And then launch the program. Choose the third icon in the left list. Here you can choose the functions of "Device Data Backup" and "Device Data Restore".

Step 2. Select Android photos

Find your Android device on PC on the left pane. Open the certain folder to pick up Android pictures.

Step 3. Get Android photo Backups

You can create a new folder on your Windows computer to save those backed up Android photos.

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Part 2: Use Android Data Backup & Restore for Photo Backup

To backup photos, videos, music, contacts, messages and other Android files selectively, you need to get Apeaksoft Android Data Backup & Restore. You can back up Android photos flexibly and safely in original resolutions. Compares with other Android data backup programs, you are able to back up Android data to computer by one click. Even though you delete something by mistake, you can preview and restore data from backup.

Step 1. Connect Android to PC

Download and install Apeaksoft Android Data Backup & Restore app on your computer. Launch it and then plug your Android. Remember to debug USB mode on your Android phone.

Connect Aandroid to Computer

Step 2. Select photos to scan from Android

Launch the program, and then you can see "Device Data Backup" and "Device Data Restore" in the window. After detecting your phone, the app will show you the data you can back up. And then you should select Gallery. You are able to make an encrypted backup if you have the need.

Select Android Photos to Scan

Step 3. Backup photos from Android to PC

When you make your choice, you can click "Start" to backup Android to PC and the process will end in a few minutes.

Backup Android Photos to PC

Part 3: Back up Android Photos via Dropbox

Dropbox is the cross-platform cloud storage app that allows users to backup and share photos directly. There is also the "Camera Upload" feature, with which your photos will be backed up to Dropbox automatically.

Step 1. Sign in Dropbox

Download Dropbox from Google Play. Open Dropbox app and then create a new Dropbox account. Choose "Sign up" and register with your email address and password. Or you can tap "Sign in" if you have got an account already.

Sign in Dropbox

Step 2. Back up Android photos to Dropbox

Tap "Photos" panel and then hit "Turn on" button below. Now Dropbox will start backing up photos from Android to cloud storage automatically. And the auto Android photo backup will continue all the time.

If you toggle on "Messages", you could simple save Android text messages via Dropbox.

Backup Android Photos to Dropbox

Part 4: Back up Android Photos Using Google Photos

You can access Android photo backup with Google Photos, which can provide unlimited cloud storage. And Google Photos allows users to backup Android photos to cloud storage automatically.

Step 1. Open Google Photos

Download Google photos app from Google Play Store. Sign in or create a new Google Photos account. Later, click "Settings" to get "Backup & Sync" button.

Sign in Google Photos

Step 2. Backup Android photos with Google Photos

Tap "Choose folders to backup" menu. You can see all your Android folders displayed. Tick before the certain album or folder. Later, the Android photo backup app will start backing up photos automatically.

Backup Android Photos to Google Photos

You can go back the main interface to set "Comfortable view", "Day view" or "Month view". Or you are also able to open Google Photos website to view and check all Android backup photos. Thus, you'll be afraid of Google photo recovery.

Part 5: Backup Android Photos with Google+

Google+ app allows users to backup photos and videos under 15 minutes without limitations. And you can get auto-enhancements of those backed up photos with Google+. Similar with Google Photos, the Android photo backup app enables users to back up photos to cloud storage automatically.

Step 1. Open "Menu" and click "Settings"

Step 2. Scroll down and click "Google" under "Accounts"

Step 3. Tap the "Menu" option on the top right corner

Step 4. Hit "Sync Now" to back up all Android photos with Google+

Conclusion

You can transfer Android photos to PC through USB cable directly. Or you are supported to back up photos and other files to cloud storage like Dropbox, Google Photos, Google+ and others. If you are the person who often delete Android photos and other Android data, then you have better use Android Data Backup & Restore to get one-click backup and restore service. Or there are other Android photo backup settings and applications you can choose including OneDrive, AnyTrans, Android File Manager and more. Android photo backup is not difficult to achieve, but it is also not easy to handle all those data backup solutions mentioned above. If you still have something hard to understand, feel free to contact us or leave your messages below.

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