Backup Android to DVD in San Diego: Ready Anytime to Keep Your Data Safe
By Meghan McDonough
Oh no! You dropped your phone in the street. Then it was run over. Twice. And then you were almost hit by a Subaru trying to rescue it from the middle of the crosswalk.
If this sad story sounds familiar, or at least plausible, chances are the first thought racing through your head as cars race over your phone is all of the contacts, photos, text messages, and notes stored on your phone. What’s an Android aficionado to do in a case like this? Like your mother once said, “Plan ahead.”
Planning ahead is the easiest way to make sure your data isn’t lost to the ether, even if your phone is destroyed. Luckily, Google syncs much of your contacts, calendar appointments, docs, and even app purchases with your Web-accessible Gmail account – as long as you give Google permission to do so.
While Google will preserve a lot of your data, there are other programs that backup the same data and more – including apps and photos – wirelessly to the cloud. Or take the easy way and have a in-person service back up your phone to dvd for you.