By Nathan E. Malpass, Last updated: December 21, 2019
Photos are important memories for most people. When we eat delicious food or have fun on a trip with our family or friends, we may take many photos of the food, of the scenery, and of the people. Those pictures are the record of our memory and we would like to review them from time to time. It is quite easy to take a photo and review the photo that we have taken before. But if you accidentally delete your photos and you couldn’t find them, you may ask how to recover those photos.
Here this article aims to tell you that there are three simple ways for you to back up your photos on your phone. Many people now use Samsung Galaxy S6, so this article will mainly focus on how to back up photos on Samsung Galaxy S6. Three methods will be introduced which are backing up them by a third-party app—FoneDog Android Data Backup & Restore, or backing up important data by the Cloud of Samsung or by Google Photos.
Part 1. How to Back up Your Samsung Galaxy S6 - The Most EfficientlyPart 2. How to Backup Galaxy S6 Photos from Samsung CloudPart 3. How to Backup Galaxy S6 Photos from Google PhotosPart 4. Conclusion
If you did not back up your photos before and you still want to get your photos back, what should you do? Here you can use an excellent software to help you do this. This software is named FoneDog Android Data Backup & Restore. It can not only back up your gallery photos but also back up other data including contacts, messages and so on. In addition, it can also be used to selectively recover your deleted photos. Now let’s see these two features one by one.
First of all, you need to install the software—FoneDog Toolkit for your Samsung Galaxy S6 on your PC. In this step, you have to ensure that there is no other types of backup software running.
After you download this software, you need to connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 to your computer, then FoneDog Toolkit will detect your phone. Then you could just click the button of Device Data Backup. After that, FoneDog Toolkit will examine all files on your phone. All you have to do is to choose the files that you wish to back up on your computer.
After you select the data that you want to backup, just click the button of Start so as to back up your photos. This process will cost you several minutes, depending on the size of your files.
Wait until the backup process to finish. Then just click OK to complete the whole process.
Step 1: Just open the FoneDog Toolkit and choose Device Data Restore. Afterward, you may see the latest backup files displayed on the screen. Then you are free to select any files there to restore. Also, you could also select other files that have been backed up on your computer to restore.
Step 2: In this step, you could just choose the photos that you wish to recover and click the button of Restore so as to begin the process.
Note: There will be a confirmation request for you. Just click the button of OK so as to allow the recovery process to begin. After the whole process finishes, FoneDog Toolkit will inform you. Just wait for a while and do not disconnect your Samsung Galaxy S6 with your computer or open other software on your phone.
If you want to recover your deleted photos from your Samsung Galaxy S6, you have to back up them first. The Samsung Cloud is the first place that you can choose to back up your files. Here are the simple steps for you.
Apart from the Samsung Cloud that we have introduced above, there is also another method for you to back up your Samsung Galaxy S6. Here, Google Photos is a good choice for you. Now let’s look at how to use it to back up your Samsung Galaxy S6.
As photos are so important for us, the recovery of photos is also crucial. After reading this article, you may have three methods to backup and restore your photos on your Samsung Galaxy S6. These methods are quite useful and you do not have to worry about your accidentally deleted photos. Just go to the official website of FoneDog and download this software. I am sure you will love this tool.
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