- Go to Settings from the app drawer or home screen
- Tap on Backup & reset
- Click Back up my data and turn it on
- Go back to Backup & reset
- Make sure the correct Google account is checked since it will be associated with the Backup account
- Turn the Automatic restore feature; On so as you can restore data and settings when installing an application.
How to restore data and apps on a new Android deviceRestoring applications is easy as one to three if you are using a smartphone running Android Lollipop and above. This setting is available to devices as they are booting up for the very first time or after they have been factory reset.
- Choose the arrow found at the welcome screen
- Choose System language
- Enter your Wi-Fi- network
- Tap on Accept and continue
- From here, you can copy your apps, data and Google accounts from another handset, for now, we will not go to this option.
- Log into the Google account registered in your old device.
- Select Accept to sign in
- At the Google services page, select if you want to activate the backup service.
- Select your preferences, and then tap Next
- In case you want to add an email account, do so in Add another email In case you don’t want to, hit Not now and tap Next.
- At the Which device? section, choose the handset to restore from.
- You will see a display of the list of your previous handsets.
- Choose a handset to see all the applications, data, and settings that are available for restore.
- Hit Restore
- If you do not want everything to be restored, tap on the arrow that is next to Restore all.
- Choose the data and applications you want to restore.
- Click Restore to retrieve settings and applications from the cloud.
- Set up the fingerprint security and activate Google Now
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