How to Backup Android Internal Memory?

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When the Android phone has a lot of data saved in internal memory card and we need to free the storage, we would like to back up the data from Android internal memory to the computer. It is not a difficult thing to backup external SD card data from Android phone to computer via USB connection, however, it seems not that easy to deal with the data in internal memory, right? Don't worry, with a third-party tool, you can backup Android internal memory with only 1 click!

The tool we want you to have a try is the Coolmuster Android Assistant. It empowers you to transfer files from Android phone to computer as a backup, and import data from computer to your Android phone as restoring. It makes the Android data backup and managing work as easy as pie and what you need to do is just connecting Android phone to computer with a USB cable. File types such as contacts, SMS, photos, videos, music and apps, can be backup to computer with one click.

If you only want to backup contacts and text messages in your Android internal memory to computer, you can keep on reading. And if you want to backup other Android data to computer, you can turn to backup Android data on computer.

Transfer Files from Android Internal Memory to Computer in Steps

Step 1. Launch Android internal memory backup tool

Click the download button as the above shows to install and launch the Android Assistant. Plug your Android mobile phone into the computer via a USB cable. Android Assistant will detect the connected Android phone quickly.

Step 2. Scan Android internal memory

Click the file categories from the left sidebar and all the contained files will be scanned out and displayed on the right. Just preview them carefully and select those you want to backup on your computer.

Step 3. Backup Android internal memory

After you have selected all the contacts and SMS messages in Android internal memory, you can hit the "Export" button on the top menu, choose a folder to save the backup file and click Ok to begin the Android internal memory backup process.

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