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Install a vnc server on the phone through adb and then you can connect to it.
I recommend you to use Mybackup & restore App .
I would suggest using Titanium Backup. It has extra features for rooted devices, but normal app and data backups work fine wihtout root.
You should "Root" your Nexus to gain superuser privileges, that way you can delete all unnecessary apps and data that doesn't correspond with its new uses as a mobile streaming media device. http://lifehacker.com/5886876/how-to-root-the-samsung-galaxy-nexus If you are unsure what an app does, before you delete it you can google the app name and find out its ...
My brother had a Samsung galaxy S-4, and he started having minor issues with it so he brought it into the store. the end result was him walking out with an S-5, and he explained to me a galaxy-specific process that allowed him to put everything into the new phone. his contacts, wallpapers, music and everything else. i assume that he started the process on ...
You should be able to select folder settings in the photos app. Per support.google: You can choose to automatically back up your Android's photo and video folders, including photos you've downloaded, screenshots you've taken, or photos saved by other apps. Turn setting on or off Open the Photos app > touch the menu icon/button > Settings > Auto ...
You don't need to do anything. Every device using Google Backup with the same Google account keeps its own separate set of data. When you sign into your Google account for the first time after a factory-reset, the device will look through all the backup sets and try to pick the most recent one from the same device. It'll restore from that set of data, and ...
The simplest way would be exporting all contacts to Google account and then Sync it in a new device.
I'm in the exact same boat. Finally decided to understand the relationship between local storage, Google+'s "Auto Backup", and how the new Photos app navigates between them. Like you, I've got a ton of unanswered questions - way more of them than answers - popping up as I spend more time with it. Just as an FYI, I'm running Android 4.4 on the Samsung GS4 ...
install Helium - App Sync and Backup & APK Extractor (to backup your APK) from playstore it might help you but it will not save your settings
Stock recovery's don't offer this feature, you would need a custom recovery to backup and restore.
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