Backup Google Nexus 6 Data on Computer

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You will face data loss problem if you drop your Google Nexus 6 mobile phone down into a pond or have it stolen on the subway. That's why we suggest you make a backup of your phone somewhere, no matter on other mobile phones, computers or other external hard drives. If you don't, all the important file types like contacts, text messages, photos and music tracks are going to be lost forever and there's no way to rescue them back.

Here in this article, we will show you how to backup everything on your Nexus 6 to a computer with the help of a professional Nexus data backup tool - Coolmuster Android Assistant. It allows you to transfer files like contacts, SMS, photos, videos, music and even apps, from Nexus 6 to computer, and vice versa. Not only will it back up you Android device but it also manages contacts, SMS, Apps, and other personal data on computer as well.

Android Assistant is intuitive and well laid out. It runs on Windows or a Mac and attaches to your cell phone easily. Now, you can free download the software via the buttons below and follow the guide below on how you backup Nexus 6 data.

How to Transfer Data from Nexus 6 to Computer?

Step 1. Connect your Nexus 6 to computer

Launch the Android Assistant after you downloaded and installed it on your computer. Connect your Nexus 6 Android device into the computer and the program will start to detect the connected Nexus 6 as soon as possible.

Step 2. Select the data for backup

You can view all files classified in different categories in the window. Choose the file types you want to backup, such as Contacts, SMS, Photos, Videos, etc. Then, detailed files will be scanned out automatically and displayed on the right.

Step 3. Backup Google Nexus 6 data

Mark the files you want to transfer and click the "Export" button from the top menu. Then, there will be a path choosing dialog pops up, from which you can choose a location on your computer to save the exported Nexus 6 data.

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