How Do I Backup Photos on My Samsung Galaxy? [5 Ways in 2019]
We post 5 easy ways for users to backup Samsung Photos. You can learn how to backup photos from Samsung S10/S9/S8/S7/S6 to the computer in Part 1 (recommended) and Part 2. In the following three parts, we give the step by step guides for syncing Samsung photo to the cloud.
According to Google, some users are finding ways to view/download/delete photos in Samsung Cloud. So we include the tips for that in Part 3 as well.
What if my Samsung Cloud storage is full and I need to backup a ton of photos from my Samsung Galaxy?
Apps with cloud service provide limited free storage spaces for Samsung users to save their files. However, some users may encounter the question above. At this time, you need a Samsung Photo Backup Tool to backup your Samsung photos to the computer in batches.
Key features of the Samsung Photo Backup
1. Quickly transfer photos, contacts, SMS, call logs, music, videos, etc. between Samsung to the computer without data loss.
2. Backup and restore the whole Samsung phone data to the computer with one click.
4. Compatible with almost all Android phones on the market, such as Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S7/S6, Galaxy Note9/8/7/6, Galaxy A9/A8/A7/A6, and so on. Other Android brands, like Xiaomi, Huawei, HTC, LG, etc., are included as well.
5. 100% clean and safe.
Free download the software and follow the steps to have a try!
Quick & easy steps to backup Samsung photos to your computer:
Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy to the computer via USB cable.
Launch the Samsung Photo Backup software and connect your Samsung Galaxy to the computer via a USB cable. You need to allow USB debugging on your mobile phone as prompted.
Step 2. Make the program detect your Samsung Galaxy successfully.
Go with the on-screen prompts to make the program recognize your Samsung Galaxy. Once done, you can see the primary interface as below. All the detected files are sorted into different folders on the left panel.
Step 3. Preview and select your wanted photos.
On the left panel, open the "Photos" folder and tap on "Phone Gallery", you can preview all of your Samsung photos on the computer screen. Tick on the photos that you want to backup to the computer.
Step 4. Click "Export" to backup Samsung photos to the computer.
After previewing and selecting Samsung photos, please tap on "Export" to transfer Samsung photos to the computer for backup. You need to choose a local folder to save the transferred photos.
You can also backup and restore your entire Samsung Galaxy phone with 1 click.
On the primary interface, please choose "Super Toolkit" from the top menu bar, click the "Backup" or "Restore" button. Go with the on-screen prompts and tap on the "Back Up"/"Restore" button to start the process.
Here is a picture tutorial for restoring an Android phone:
This software can be used to transfer photos between Samsung phone and computer. If you need to transfer photos from Android to Android, or from iPhone to Android, you can click the links to learn more info.
If you just need to backup less than 10 photos at a time, you can drag and drop your Samsung photos to the computer. You need to connect your Samsung Galaxy to the computer, select your wanted photos, then drag them to a local folder of your computer.
Here are the steps:
Notice: We don't recommend you to backup hundreds of photos in this way, because it will be quite time-consuming. Alternatively, you can use the professional Samsung Photo Backup tool to transfer large size of photos and videos from Samsung to the computer effectively.
Like Google Drive, Samsung Cloud offers 15 GB of free storage for Samsung users. It allows you to backup Samsung photos and sync the uploaded photos to multiple Samsung devices.
Samsung Cloud is available on some of Samsung devices, including Samsung Galaxy S10/S9/S8/S7/S6, Galaxy Note 8/5/4, Galaxy J7/J3, Galaxy Tab S3/S2/A.
Here are the steps to backup Samsung photos to Samsung Cloud:
Some users may want to know how to view/download/delete photos in the Samsung Cloud, you can follow the quick steps as below. For more info, you can visit the Samsung support website.
#1. View Photos in Samsung Cloud
#2. Download Photos from Samsung Cloud
#3. Delete Photos from Samsung Cloud
Alternatively, you can manage media files on your Samsung Galaxy without Samsung Cloud.
Google Photos is an app that offers free storage for users to save and share their photos and videos. You can backup & sync photos and videos from your Samsung smartphone to Google Photos.
Kindly remind: If you need to close the auto backup, turn off the "Back up & sync" instead of uninstalling Google Photos app on your Samsung phone. And if you turn off this feature in the Google Photos, all the Google apps that use "Back up & sync" feature will be influenced as well.
Dropbox is a cloud service app that offers 2 GB space to users for free. It supports photos and documents. You can follow the easy steps to backup photos to Dropbox automatically.
It is very convenient to backup Samsung photos with cloud service. However, these apps always have limits on the storage space and you need to pay for the extra storage. If you want to free up your cloud space, backing up your Samsung photos to your computer is a good idea. Here is a Samsung Photo Backup tool designed for you to transfer Samsung photos effectively.
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