If you have been attentive to every rooting and flashing guide for Android phones, you can find under the requirements section that you will need to create a backup of your mobile phone data. Connecting your phone to the computer to create a backup, or transfer files on your SD card could really take much of your time. But, now it is possible to remotely backup your phone’s content in the cloud via inDefend Mobile Backup app.

The inDefend Mobile Backup is an application that allows you to easily backup your data in the cloud. You can backup your contacts, call logs, text messages, calendar, and personalized settings and restore them remotely from the cloud. The app also allows you to upload 10 different backup packages. You may also chose certain data to restore within a backup package. The inDefend Mobile Backup also has a neat option that schedules your backups, automatically storing your mobile data in the cloud.

To be able to use this app, you will need to create an inDefend Mobile Backup account. The account will be used to access the inDefend Mobile Backup features and your cloud contents. You can create  your account from within the app itself.

After logging into your account, you will be directed to the app’s home screen. Here you can create a backup of your Android phone’s content. You can create a backup of your contacts, messages, call logs, calendar, history, and settings. Check the boxes of the contents you want to backup.

Once you have made your choices, press the Go button at the bottom of the screen to begin encrypting your data. The app keeps you updated with the uploading progress via the phone’s notification menu. You will also need to label your backup package.

Under the Backups tab, inDefend Mobile Backup will let you see all your backup packages. To restore a specific mobile content from within a package, choose the backup package and select the specific data you want to restore on your phone. The app will then decrypt the chosen data, download it, and restore the data on your mobile phone.

inDefend Mobile Backup also has this cool feature that lets you schedule your backups. Under the Setting tabs, you can enable or disable the auto-backup feature. You can set the frequency for making backups automatically, in days, week, or months. You can also enable or disable sending of notification alerts to your email under the Settings tab.

With inDefend Mobile Backup running on your Android phone, you won’t need to connect your phone to the computer to create backups. All your files and personal contents are safely stored in the cloud. With just a few taps of a button, you can now remotely backup and restore your phone’s contents.

Get inDefend Mobile Backup for free from the Google Play Store and securely store your files in the cloud.

What backup solutions do you employ on your Android phone or tablet?

Alvin Ybañez
Android is arguably the most flexible mobile operating system. Period. I'm extremely passionate about helping Android users around world get the most out of their Android devices by writing how-to guides and tutorials.
  • Dinos Kouroushaklis

    As each phone device has its own encrypted backup set, and the encryption key is different for each device, what happens when your phone is damaged and does not read the sdcard, is lost or stolen or otherwise replaced. Can you get a new android device and restore a previous backup from the old device backup set using the cloud? For me the only way for this service to be really useful is to be able to restore a backup set performed on one phone to another phone, perhaps even have two or more phones synchronized using the cloud. Does this tool have a FAQ anywhere?

  • Lido Mido

    Can you get a new android device and restore a previous backup from the old device backup set using the cloud?

  • Urgent

    how about media file?