If you have no idea how to restore your Samsung Galaxy Note from Google or Samsung account, this tutorial will show you how to do.
Samsung has always been regarded as the leader of Android phones as well as the main competitor of Apple. Every new generation of Samsung gives you unlimited possibilities. However, no matter how powerful the Samsung system is, the problem of data loss on Samsung Galaxy Note still exists.
Therefore, to protect data from loss, you often create backups on Google or Samsung account. So that you can restore data from backup when you accidentally deleted some important files or want to restore data from an old device to a new one. In this guide, we will show you step-by-step to restore your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/7/6/5/4 from Google and Samsung account.
Using the following 2 methods, your current data on your Samsung Galaxy Note will be replaced by the backup contents.
If you have ever backed up your Samsung to a Google account, you can follow the steps below to retrieve your data directly.
Tap Settings > Click Google > Sign in your Google account > Click the checkboxes next to the items you want to synchronize > Tap sync now.
You can also read: How to Restore Android Phone from Google Backup
Samsung allows users to automatically back up all data on your Samsung device. If you have a backup habit, you can go to settings to restore the backup to your device. The specific steps are as follows.
Go to Settings > Tap Cloud > Device Backup > Restore.
With 2 methods mentioned above, you can easily restore your Samsung device from Google or Samsung account. And for someone who can’t restore from backup by following this tutorial, they can read our related post to fix the Android restore problem. By the way, if you have no backups, you have to search other ways, such as PhoneRescue for Android, to get your deleted data back without backup.
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