Losing your phone is a painful experience but you needn’t lose all your data along with it if you’ve taken the right precautions
If you live in the West and use an Android phone then you’re more than likely entrenched in Google’s services. You live your mobile life in Gmail, sort your pictures in Google Photos, write your to-do lists in Keep and balance your books in Sheets.
You should always back up your Android device in case of damage or loss. We’ll walk you through how to do it.
Plug it in like a regular flash drive or set it up to connect to your computer wirelessly.
The SanDisk Connect wireless flash drive is reduced in price for today only in a few different capacities. The discounted models have each dropped to a new record low price, so today is the day to pick one up.
If you’re having a hard time getting more local storage for your smartphone or home computer backups, you might want to consider embracing the cloud. Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft are all ready to offer you plenty of cloud storage and backup options, and they all offer options that won’t break the bank. But before you commit to any of them, you might want to take a look at Synology’s new cloud backup offer that targets both home and enterprise customers.