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How-to LG Lucid 3: Back Up Contacts, Apps and Media Files & Pictures

Discussion in 'LG Lucid' started by DustenRust, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. DustenRust

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    Backing Up Applications:

    1. While viewing the home screen, tap the "Apps" icon
    2. Tap "LG Backup"
    3. Review the introduction, assuming that this is the first time accessing "LG Backup"
    4. Tap "Agree" in the "End User License Agreement" window
    5. Tap "Manual backup"
    6. Select the desired backup location and tap "Next"
    7. Tap "New backup". NOTE: if you wish to replace an existing backup file, tap "Overwrite" instead
    8. Type in a name for the backup file and tap "Next"
    9. Mark the check boxes associated with "LG Apps" and "Downloaded apps"
    10. Tap "Backup" > "OK"

    Backing Up Contacts:

    1. While viewing the home screen, tap "Apps"
    2. Tap "LG Backup" and review the introduction if this is the first time
    3. Tap "Agree" at the EULA screen
    4. Select "Manual backup"
    5. Choose a backup location and tap "Next"
    6. Select "New backup", or tap "Overwrite" if you wish to replace an existing backup file
    7. Enter the desired name for the backup file and press "Next"
    8. Mark the check box next to "Personal data" and tap "Backup"
    9. Tap "OK" to confirm

    Backing Up Media Files & Pictures on a Computer:

    1. Connect your LG Lucid 3 to your computer via USB
    2. On the smartphone, tap "Media sync (MTP)" when prompted
    3. On the computer, in the "AutoPlay" window, click "Open device to view files using Windows Explorer"
    4. Navigate to where the media files and pictures are stored on your phone
    5. Copy the desired files, and paste them in the desired backup location on your computer's hard drive
    6. Once the transfer is complete, click the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon located in the system tray
    7. Click "Safely Remove Mass Storage Device" > "OK"
    8. It's now safe to disconnect your smartphone
     



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