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How to Backup and Restore Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in One Click

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If you’ve been paying attention to the tech world over the last few days, then you’ve probably read about the release of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – an innovative mobile phone which is a huge step forward in the tech industry. Although you aren’t able to get your hands on the phone just yet, you can pre-order it so that as soon as it’s released, you’re guaranteed your own. In this article, we’ll be showing you how to backup and restore Samsung Note 8 and some of the programs that are capable of helping you do so.

What You Need to Know About the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Before we jump into the processes, let’s first take a quick look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Announced only days ago, there’s no doubting that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is going to be a popular mobile phone for the remainder of 2017 (and maybe even into 2018!). If you haven’t been keeping up with the tech world, here’s what to expect from the new phone.

  • As with most Samsung products, there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 available. With this model, you will see faster performance and a bigger screen.
  • Larger storage will be available for those who require it, as there is a model with 256GB of storage.
  • The home button has been removed from the mobile phone, allowing for more screen space.
  • “Bixby” has been added to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Bixby is the Android equivalent of Apple’s Siri.
  • This phone can be purchased in two different colors; black or gold.
  • With the “DeX Station”, you can turn your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 into a desktop.

These are just some of the things that you can expect to see with the release of this phenomenal mobile phone.

If you’re currently using an iPhone and you’re planning on switching to a Samsung phone, read our article on How to Transfer Data from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note 8, How to Transfer WhatsApp from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or How to Sync iTunes to Samsung Note 8.

 


Backup and Restore Samsung Note 8 by dr.fone – Android Data Backup and Restore

The second program that we’ll be showing you in this article is Dr.Fone Toolkit – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore. On top of using this program for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 backup and restore, the Dr.fone Toolkit for Android comes with a wide range of fantastic features, including:

  • Dr.fone – Android Recover (Android Data Recovery). With the data recovery feature, if you accidentally delete a file or data becomes corrupted after you have updated your device, you can use this feature to recover that lost data.
  • Dr.fone – Android Unlock (Screen Lock Removal). There’s no shame in forgetting what your lock screen passcode or pattern is. With the “Lock Screen Removal” feature, you are able to remove your lock screen and regain access to your device in a matter of minutes.

Now that we’ve introduced you to Dr.Fone Toolkit – Android Data Backup and Restore and some of the features which its users can use. Let’s go ahead and take a look at the methods that allow you to backup and restore Samsung Note 8.

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1. Taking a Backup Using Dr.Fone Toolkit – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore

By following the guide that we have put together below, you will be able to use Dr.Fone – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore to take a backup of your Android device’s data. You can also easily alter this method to take a selective backup.

Step #1 – To start with, connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to your computer using the proper USB cable and launch Dr.Fone – Android Data Backup and Restore.

Step #2 – From the main menu of the program, select the “Backup & Restore” feature. Following this, click on the “Backup” option.


Step #3 – On the following menu you will be given a chance to selectively backup your Samsung Galaxy Note 8. After you’ve selected the data types that you want to have backed up, click on “Backup”.

Note: if you want all of your data to be backed up then check the “Select All” option at the top of the program.

Step #4 – The following display will allow you to track the process of the backup.

Step #5 – The backup should only take a few minutes although once it is completed, you have successfully used Dr.Fone to back up your Android device’s data.


Step #6 – On the last screen of the backup process, you will also be able to “View the backup” which allows you to see all of the data which was backed up as well as make sure that all of your private data is there.

Taking a backup has never been easier, and when you use Dr.Fone – Android Data Backup and Restore for taking backups, you are putting yourself in the best place possible in case you need to restore a backup.

2. Restoring a Backup Using Dr.Fone Toolkit – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore

In this final method that we’re going to be showing you today, you will be finding out how you can use Dr.Fone to restore any of the backups which you have previously taken with Dr.Fone. Again, this method can be slightly altered to selectively restore data so that if you only need to recover a single file, you can do so without restoring a whole backup file.

Step #1 – First, launch Dr.Fone – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore on your computer and connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Step #2 – Once the program has launched, click on the “Backup & Restore” option.

Step #3 – From the screen which is shown, select “Restore“.


Step #4 – You will now be able to browse all of the backups which you have taken with Dr.Fone – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore. Select the backup that you want to have restored and click on “Restore“.

Note: when selecting the backup that you want to restore, you can browse the data which is stored in the backup to make sure that you’re restoring the correct one.

Step #5 – The backup will then be scanned, and once the scan is complete, you will be shown a breakdown of the data which is stored in it. This allows you to restore your backup selectively.

Step #6 – Take a few minutes to select any of the data that you want to have restored before clicking on “Restore”.


Step #7 – The restoration process will take a few minutes although once it is complete, you will have access to all of your data on your Samsung Note 8 once again.

It’s that simple. Unlike iTunes, Dr.Fone – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore allows you to selectively restore a backup and even better, it gives you the chance to preview your backups before restoring it. This provides you with a chance to make sure that you’re restoring the right backup which can save you a lot of time.

The Importance of Backup and Restore Samsung Note 8

A lot of Android users (and iOS users) underestimate the power of taking regular backups of their mobile phones. If you use your phone frequently, then there’s a high chance that at one point or another, you’re going to experience data loss. It’s unfortunate, but it’s how things are.

But, if you take backups of your phone regularly then you’re making sure that if data loss does strike, you lose as little data as possible which let’s face it, is in your best interest.

By using a program like dr.fone – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 backup and restore, you’re not only able to manage your backups, but you’re getting access to so many other features that can help to maintain your mobile phone.

To Conclude

Now that you’ve learned how to backup and restore Samsung Note 8 with the help of dr.fone Toolkit – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Backup and Restore when you finally get the new Samsung Note 8 you’ll be able to secure your data without any hassle. On top of that, both of these programs come equipped with a lot of different, and very useful, tools which can help you to maintain your device. Make sure that you check out these programs and get an idea of what they’re all about as well as using them for your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 backup and restore needs.

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