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Google has added a new feature to its Android backup software that will allow you to backup your Android devices, including phones, tablets, and smartwatches.
Google’s backup software for Android devices now includes a feature that will let you backup and restore your device without ever having to download a third-party backup app, like Google Backup+.
You can enable the backup feature on your device through Settings > Backup.
It is important to note that this feature is currently only available for Android 4.3 devices.
The feature will allow for you to restore backups on your phone from within the backup application, but you will need to backup all of your data in the app first.
You should also note that the backup app will not allow you directly to backup to an external SD card, so you’ll need to use an external storage device to do so.
There are several reasons why backup will not be supported for the time being.
If you want to backup the phone from your PC, you will have to install the Google Backup app on that device.
This can be quite cumbersome for most users.
And for those of you who want to restore the backup, you’ll have to download the backup on the device and then copy it to your external storage.
While the feature is technically supported, Google has said that it has found it “extremely difficult” to get this feature to work for some users.
This is something that we will be looking into moving forward.