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Apps Backup and Restore on Android

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

Apps backing up are as essential as that of other Android files. Take me for example, I am crazy in using different apps on my Android and can't afford losing those apps that I love. So, apps backup and restore on Android will be a good choice to protect apps on your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+/S6 Edge/S6/Note 5/Note 4/, HTC One M9+/M9/M8, Sony Xperia Z6/C6/M6 Ultra and more. It's not complex to do app backup on Android phone and tablet with the help of Android Transfer.

Android Transfer is good at backing up and restoring Android apps for safety with three simple steps. Android Transfer has been an excellent data manager for years so it supports Android 2.1 as well as the latest Android 6.0.
Android Transfer - the excellent manager to backup and restore Android app

Android Transfer is the outstanding Android app manager which allows you to back up and restore Android apps.

Part 1: Backup Android Apps with Android Transfer
Part 2: Restore Backed Up Apps with Excellent Android App Manager

Part 1: Backup Android Apps with Android Transfer

Step 1 Download and Install Android

Download and install Android Transfer on your computer. After the installation, you will be asked to connect your Android to the computer. Then, you will see the main interface as below.
Connect Android to Android Transfer
Step 2 Choose One-Click Backup Android Apps
Choose "Super Toolkit" and you will see several options. Choose "One-Click Backup" in the interface. Then, all the supported data types will be scanned out and listed in the pop-up. You can tick all the data types or "Apps" only and choose a location for the backup file. Tap on the blue "Back Up" option to start backing up Android apps.
Back Up Android Apps

Part 2: Restore Backed Up Apps with Excellent Android App Manager

Step 1 Choose "Restore" In "Super Toolkit" Interface

Choose "Restore" in the "Super Toolkit" interface and you will see the backup files listed in the pop up interface.

Step 2 Select Apps and More Data Types to Restore
Choose the one you want and choose the data type you want, for example, tick "Apps" only and click "Restore".
Restore Android Apps
It's not difficult to back up and restore apps on your Android phone/tablet (Android 2.1 to Android 6.0). With the simple steps on Android Transfer that mentioned above, you can protect the apps on your Android phone as well as app data in them. 

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