Backup Methods

How to move pictures and videos to an SD card on an LG Android 4.4

Wondering how to move or copy the photos, videos, music or just about any type of media file currently saved on your LG Android 4.4 cell phone? Then you’ve come to the right place. This guide will show you step-by-step with pictures, using an LG G3 smartphone operating on the Android 4.4 KitKat, how to move files from your LG phone to its SD card without having to use a computer and without having to download an application. All you will need is a charged phone and a working memory card.

How to copy contacts to an SD card on the Sony Xperia M

Are you looking for a way to backup the contacts on your Sony Xperia M? Do you want to save a copy of your contacts to an SD card? Then look no further. This guide will demonstrate with pictures how to save a copy of the contacts currently stored in your Sony Xperia Android 4.2 smartphone and how to save them to your memory card.

How to move pictures and videos to an SD card Sony Xperia Android 4.2

If you are looking for a way to move the photos, videos, screenshots, movies, music or any type of media file currently saved on your Sony Xperia Android 4.2 smartphone and put them onto a memory card then you have come to the right place. This guide shows step by step instructions, with pictures, using a Sony Xperia M dual cell phone running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and will demonstrate how to move files from a Sony Xperia 4.2 Android phone to its memory card without the use of a computer. All you need is a charged cell phone and a memory card.

How to move pictures and videos to an SD card Samsung Android 4.2

If you are looking for a way to move, or copy the photos, videos, screenshots, movies, music or any type of media file currently saved on your Samsung Android 4.2 smartphone then look no further because here is how to do it. This guide explains step by step, with pictures, using the Samsung Galaxy S 4 phone running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and will demonstrate how to move files from a Samsung 4.2 Android phone to its memory card without the use of a computer. All you need is a charged phone and a memory card.

How to copy contacts from a memory card onto the Samsung Galaxy S 4

Do you need to copy your phone contacts from a memory card onto an Android smartphone? Look no further these step by step instructions will guide you through the process of importing those contacts from your SD card using a Samsung Galaxy S 4 phone as an example. These instructions can be used for common Android phones running on the “Jelly Bean” Android version 4.2 software and other similar versions of the Android operating system.

How to save contacts from a Samsung Galaxy S 4 phone to its SD card

If you want to save the contacts on your Android smartphone then one of the best places to backup your contacts list is on an external memory card. This will ensure extra security for your address book in the event that your phone ever malfunctions, gets damaged, or becomes inoperable and will allow you to have a hard copy of your contacts to restore to your phone.

This guide will show step by step instructions with pictures on how to save a copy of your contacts onto a memory card using the Samsung Galaxy S 4; this guide can also be used for most Android smartphones running on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software or similar Android versions.

How to make sure your Android contacts are saved to your Gmail account

This is very important if your backing up your Android phone to perform a factory data reset. It’s also a good idea to check this on a regular basis. Android phones typically backup your contacts automatically BUT this feature can be turned off or the sync might not be working properly. Verifying that your contacts are saved onto your Gmail account will provide you with extra security when backing up your address book, just in case your phone ever gets lost, stolen, broken, or simply malfunctions.

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