How to Backup Pictures from Android to Computer/Dropbox/Google+

Backup Pictures from Android

Nowadays, most people prefer to take photos to record daily life instead of writing the diary. You can get the more visualized method to keep the memory. For instance, girls love to take selfies with friends in parties and other group works. Moreover, when you see something funny in the street, using the Smartphone to take photos will be easier. As time goes by, your Android devices will be full of all kinds of photos, and each of them seems to be the treasure. It is frustrating to delete any of your pictures. During this period, the frequently used method is to backup pictures on Android in advance, and then clean up your Android storage easily.

Part 1. Best Way to Backup Pictures/Photos on Android

Is there any tool that offers easy-to-use Android data backup method? Well, you can turn to FoneLab Android Data Backup & Restore for help. Just as its name has shown, you are able to not only backup but also recover Android data without additional applications. As for the theme of the post, FoneLab Android Data Backup & Restore allows users to backup pictures and other files on Android by one click.

Main Features

  • One click to back up and restore Android data to Windows/Mac.
  • Back up contacts, messages, gallery, videos and others safely and selectively.
  • Set a password to protect your important backup.
  • Fix and back up broken/frozen/crashed Android phone on Windows only.
  • Preview and restore your Android data from backup files selectively.
  • Highly supports with large numbers of Android phones and tablets including Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC and more.

How to Backup Android Pictures on PC/Mac

Step 1. Launch Android Data Backup & Restore

Download Android Data Backup & Restore on computer. Launch it, and then choose "Android Data Backup & Restore" section in the left pane.

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Step 2. Choose Android data backup mode

If you wanna backup all your Android files, then you can select "One-click Backup" mode below. Or you can tap "Device Data Backup" mode to backup pictures on Android selectively.

Step 3. Connect Android to computer

Now prepare one lightning USB cable, and then connect your Android to computer. Wait for a while until your Android phone being detected automatically.

Note: If your Android phone is irresponsive after being connected for 3 minutes, hit "Manually Connect" below or change the USB cable to have a second try. Choose "Gallery" selection to scan.

Step 4. Back up Android pictures

Do not disconnect your Android from computer. After that, tap "Start" button start backing up Android pictures.

Back up Android Pictures

How to Backup Pictures on Android with Broken Screen (Windows Only)

Step 1. Connect Android phone with broken screen to computer

Download Android Data Backup & Restore on Windows. Enter the "Broken Android Data Extraction" in the second place. Connect your Android with broken screen to PC. Tap "Start" button.

Broken Android Data Extraction

Step 2. Access Android pictures with broken screen

Choose the model and phone name of your Android device. Hit "Confirm" in the lower right corner. You can enter Download mode with the simple guide it offers. Click "Start" button below. Now you can see all your Android pictures and other files.

Access Android Pictures With Broken Screen

Step 3. Back up pictures in Android selectively

Select "Gallery" under "Media" menu in the left pane. All your Android photos will display including deleted pictures. Select any items and then hit "Recover" to backup pictures to Windows computer.

If you select "Messages", you will be able to back up text messages on Android right now.

Back Up Pictures in Android

You can try the above method to backup other files from Android including videos, audio, call logs and other files selectively. Android Data Backup & Restore is always your first choice to back up and restore most Android data.

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Part 2. How to Back up Android Photos to Dropbox

Dropbox is the cross-platform application that allows users to backup pictures from Android to Dropbox. Or you can use Dropbox to share photos, albums with different people for free.

Step 1. Sign in your Dropbox

Download and install Dropbox app on your Android phone. Hit "Sign Up" below to register a new Dropbox account. Or you can just open it to sign in your email address and password.

Sign in Dropbox

Step 2. Back up pictures from Android to Dropbox

Enter "Photos" panel, or you can go to "Albums" besides. Tap "Turn on" button to start backing up Android pictures to the cloud storage.

Back Up Pictures from Android to Dropbox

It is the good habit to back up photos and other important Android data to Dropbox regularly.

Part 3. Backup Android Photos with Google+

Google+ allows users to back up and manage pictures from Android devices for free. You can enjoy unlimited cloud storage to store all pictures. Furthermore, you can set the auto backup mode in Google+ that can back up the new Android photo to the cloud storage automatically.

Step 1. Sign in Google+ app

Download and install Google+ from Google play. Open it and choose the "Menu" button on the left. Tap "Sign in" to log in your Google account. Later, tap "Settings" button and select "Backup & Restore" option.

Sign in Google+ app

Step 2. Select Android photos to back up with

Tap "Choose folder to backup" button to see all files stored in your Android phone. Tick the specific pictures, and then Google+ will start backing up pictures in Android. In addition, you are able to manage new created backup photos by day, month or comfortable view.

Select Android photos to back up with

You can view those backed up pictures through Google Photos website as well. For people who want to share Android backup photos, the first step is to update the Google+ app to the latest version.

Acutally, apart from Android pictures backup to computer, cloud service via Dropbox or Google Drive, you can also move Android photos to iPhone for backup.

If you are still not clear about how to backup pictures in Android, or you have new ideas to backup Android pictures, feel free to contact us.

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