How to Backup Android to A SD Card?

Home > Resources > Android Transfer (Backup) > How to Backup Android to A SD Card?

We know that music, videos and photos are generally located and saved on the SD card in your Android device, contacts, text messages and others are in the internal memory or SIM card. For data safety, you might want to find a way to backup these files from your Android internal and SIM card to the SD card also. By doing this, you can access to the files easily and transfer them to computer too. This article mainly focuses on this topic.

First of all, you need to copy your Android files, namely contacts, text messages, photos, videos, music, apps and more to computer by drawing support from the Coolmuster Android Assistant, and then copy these exported files to the target SD card. Android Assistant is a tool specially designed for Android users to transfer, backup, restore and manage Android data on PC or Mac computer. It works with overall Android device brands such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, Google, etc.

In the following part, I will show you how to backup Android device to SD card with the help of Coolmuster Android Assistant. By clicking the buttons below, you can get the free trial version of the software.

Full Guide to Backup Android Phone/Tablet to SD Card

Step 1. Install the program

After downloading and installing the Android Assistant, launch it and connect your Android device to the same computer. The software will detect the connected Android device quickly.

Step 2. Insert your SD card into the computer

Insert your SD card into a card reader and connect the card reader to the computer. Wait until the computer can detect the card reader as an external drive.

Step 3. Backup Android data to SD card

Open the file folders on the left. Preview and select the contacts, SMS, apps, photos, videos, music and etc. that you want to backup and hit the "Export" button in the top menu, choose the SD card as output location and then, the backup process will begin at once.

Related Article:

How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Computer

How to Read Android Text Messages on Computer