I recently had to replace my phone. I was on a trip abroad, and I accidentally dropped the phone in the water. When I pull the phone out of the water, I noticed the phone was unresponsive. Lucky for me, my phone was still under warranty. So I got a new phone within a week. However I was unable to restore my data, because I was not doing backups on my phone. In other words, I had not enable Android backup. Backups in Android are usually tied to a particular Google account. Once you enable backup and select the Google account that you want to backup, Your data will be stored in the Google servers. From that point on you can restore your data at any point. In this blog post, we’re going to learn how set backup and restore in Android 6.0
Data that gets backup.
Google Calendar settings
Wi-Fi networks & passwords
Home screen wallpapers
Apps installed through Google Play (backed up on the Play Store app)
Display settings (Brightness & Sleep)
Language & Input settings
Date & Time
Third-party app settings & data (varies by app)
Fourth Select Backup account and add your Google account.
From this point on settings and data from your apps will be stored on your Google account. For example, if you choose to uninstall an app, you can fully restore the data and settings when you decide to reinstall it.
First select Settings.
Second tap on Backup and Reset
Third enable Automatic Restore.