How can I set auto-backup of data from an SD card to cloud storage on an Android device?
i shall try this thank you. if it doesn't work who can i blame? lol jk
I've used a variety of methods and prefer a two app solution combining
cloud storage with app backup (Titanium Backup). My two favorite cloud
storage apps are Google Drive and Dropbox. You can use either one. I
think even Box.net works too, although I have never tried the service.
Unfortunately, this method requires the paid version of Titanium Backup
(TB), but thankfully it's relatively inexpensive.
Anyway, if you wish to use Google Drive, you need only install TB and then enter settings, then
preferences, then find the
checkbox for enabling Google Drive. After which, simply back up all
your apps using the batch feature in TB and (important) go to
In schedules, find the entry
for Google Drive and activate it. The SD card's contents should
copy to your Google Drive folder, which is around 5GB in capacity.
Unfortunately, that may take some
time, even with WiFi turned on.
If you have any questions, please ask away. Good luck!
which cloud storage are you using. If you are using Dropbox .. Dropsync is the best and most reliable i have tried.
Many of the available apps does backup phone data to SD card and cloud.I have found an app in which you can schedule backups of SD card -
SOS Online Backup (5GB limit for free account) -
FolderSync should do the trick: bit.ly/MqPhZv
Titanium Backup, has built-in support for Dropbox, Google drive.
SanDisk Memory Zone
FolderSync support SkyDrive, Dropbox, SugarSync, Ubuntu One, Box.net, LiveDrive