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How to Backup Apps and Data On Android No Root

Lately, the development team behind Evolution X decided to remove certain features from the ROM as those features were not that useful and were slowing down the system. As a result, the latest versions are more stable than ever and go easier on the system’s resources. While Google’s AOSP is barebones, LineageOS gives it a sense of customizability while maintaining stability.

That’s because all instructions are stored in the Read Only Memory file. Once the device is successfully rooted, it gears up for the backup of Android ROM. You need to select a reliable tool to backup the ROM on your Android device. Let me tell you that what actually we call it NAndroid ROM Backup. Taking backup of Stock Android Operating System from the phone’s NAND memory and to save it into a storage known as NANDROID BACKUP.

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Whether that means going fully unrooted with a locked bootloader or just reverting to the stock ROM but stock firmware ROM keeping root access, you’ll find an option that works for you. Prior to backing up the stock firmware of your Android device, you need to make sure that you have taken care of the vital points mentioned below. Without the under mentioned processes the risk of data loss and damage to your device is potentially high. There’s more than one way to take backup Android ROMs completely. These full ROM backups are known as Nandroid backups and could help you restore back your complete firmware to the point where you left it.

The best way to preserve the rest of the files on your storage is to manually back them up to your PC. You just need to connect your device in MTP mode and copy over all the files that you think are essential. However, you are only limited to back up against your allotted free storage quota, unless you choose “High Quality” as the Upload size.

  • The most popular one is Greenify which can discover which application is draining the battery while not being used.
  • There are websites dedicated to providing firmware files for various devices.
  • The first step of the process is to download the stock ROM (also known as a ‘flash file’) for your MediaTek device.

If you want to protect your Android device’s data, you can back up your system image to your PC. This will create a complete copy of your Android device’s data, which you can restore if your device is ever lost or stolen. To back up your system image, connect your Android device to your PC and open the Android SDK Manager. Then, select the “Backup” option and choose a location to save your system image.

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