At the beginning of the last month of August, through the page of issue tracking Android, Google prometío after throwing Android 9 Foot that in the next version of the operating system would add the option of making a manual backup, but since we don’t have to wait any longer to enjoy this function.
it Seems that with the security update for this month of October, Google has added manual backup through ADB, and runs on Android 8.1 Oreo and Android 9 Foot.
The backup of Android allows us to have a copy in the cloud of Google Drive the application data, call history, settings of the device, and SMS.
Android each day tends to make a backup automatically, when the device is charging, and not what we are using, but there are occasions that if we are going to format the device comes to us very well do a manual backup.
How to make a manual backup in the cloud with ADB
If our device is updated with the last security patch, it is possible that already we can do a backup with ADB. To do this we just have to to connect our device to the computer with ADB and run in a command window the following statement:
adb shell bmgr backupnow --all
When you run that command it will begin to save in the cloud, a new backup with all the data of our applications, calls, messages and settings so that when you reboot, you should factory default the device we can restore all these data. In Android 9 Foot a notification will appear to show the progress of the manual backup.
we Can see our backups in Google Drive > Backup. In this section you will see all your devices with backup, with its date, if the copy is going to expire, and apps with a backup of your data.
Via | Android Police
The news Google already lets you do a manual backup of your device in the cloud with ADB, we tell you how was originally published in Xataka Android by Cosmos .
October 8, 2018
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