If you keep having a curiosity of how to backup all important stuff on your Android phone easily, freely and simple? There are few common ways to make full complete backup of your Android devices but not all of them can be done easily and freely. Luckily, the Dev team of GO Launcher EX has created a nice, easy-to-use, free and simple app allowing you to make backup and do the restore in convenient simple way either on rooted or un-rooted device.
The app is claimed to be stable, fast simple and totally free. It means the whole process either backing up or restoring the backup file(s).
For those with rooted devices will also be able to backup apps data like saved game files and hide annoying app installation interface when restore apps.
You can give it a shot and grab the app via following link (Play Store). Once installed, go ahead launch the app up and if your phone is rooted, the app will automatically activate the root services after gaining permission from the user of course.
On its first screen, you’ll see two buttons: “New Backup” and “Restore”.
To make your very first backup, simply tap on that “New Backup” button then you’ll be asked to select which parts of your phone you wish to backup. For a glance, Go Backup is capable to backup SMS, MMS, Contacts, Call Log, Wifi settings, Go Launcher settings and Apps’ data.
Once you are sure, simply hit that “Start Backup” button. The process should be fast and once done, the backup file will be stored at your phone’s SD card with following location: /sdcard/GOBackup/AllBackup/
And if somehow you need to restore that file, simply hit the “Restore” button on the app’s first screen. Now select the backup file you wish to restore. In the next screen, you’ll be able to select either whole parts or just selected parts to be restored.
Both the backup and restore process will be processed securely in a stable environment so you won’t face any incomplete backup or corrupted file. And remember, all of its awesomeness can be enjoyed free of cost without having to spend a single penny.
Personally I prefer this app rather than Titanium Backup. Obviously because its simplicity. What about you guys..?