Samsung Galaxy S8 is releasing recently.The public media claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus would be shown off at Mobile World Congress 2017 in late February, although the company won’t reveal it to the public and instead will give select partners a preview of the new smartphones ahead of an official launch.It also features super-slim bezels and a headphone jack, with the latter in particular a cause for celebration. Early reports suggested the S8 would drop the headphone jack, but SamMobile and Android Police now say that it’s sticking around.
In these years lately,I often receive some emails,sent by Samsung users,who complained that they accidentally deleted or lost important data from their Samsung Galaxy phone.Worse yet,they were not able to get back the lost data from Samsung,because they didn’t do the backup job regularly.So to be prepare before raining,you should complete the data backup task for your new Samsung phone.How to backup & restore Samsung Galaxy S8 safely on computer?Here I will offer the entire effective solution for reference.
Android Tool Kit is your ideal Android data manage tool to backup & restore Samsung Galaxy S8 on computer safely,including contacts,gallery,video,messages,calendar,audio,applications and application data(WhatsApp,Line,Viber,Kik,etc,.).With this powerful tool,you are able to backup Android data to computer completely,restore data to device from backup on computer.Android Tool Kit works well for various of Android devices,including Samsung (Galaxy S8/S7/S6,Note 5),Google (Pixel,Nexus),Motorola,HTC,Sony,Huawei (Mate 9,P9),ZTE and so on.
Step 1. Connect Samsung Galaxy S8 to Computer
Launch Android Tool Kit on the computer and from the “More Tools” section,select “Data Backup & Restore” option.Then connect your Samsung device to your computer using USB cable.
Step 2.Select File Types to Backup
Android Tool Kit can be used to back up 9 different file types including messages, call history, calendar, gallery, audio, video, Applications and Application data(WhatsApp,Line,Viber,Kik,etc,.).Please note that to backup app data requires your Samsung device to be rooted.
When the backup is complete, you could click on “View the backup” on the lower left corner of the window to see the contents of the backup file.
Step 3.Selectively Restore Backup Data to Device
You are allow to choose the data you want to restore.Select the different file types on the left and then select the files you want.Click on “Restore” to start.