1.Super Backup (SMS & Contacts)
As the name suggests, you can backup all your SMS messages, contacts, apps, call logs, bookmarks and calendars either to an SD card or Google Drive or GMail. You can easily restore your Android backup data whenever you need, by going to the stored location.
Unfortunately, this awesome backup app doesn’t support files other than the above mentioned data. Another important thing to note is, all the backup data will be stored in your inbuilt storage by default. So, in case you’re formatting your mobile, make sure to change the default backup folder to your external card. You can find the folder by its name ‘SmsContactsBackup‘. And BTW, the app requires a rooted Android phone to function.
This particular app designed for the advanced Android users and so it requires root permissions to your system. There is a free version available in the PlayStore, which allows you to backup your Android mobile data in SD card and also in the cloud. You can also move any app data to and from the memory card (including the protected apps and system files). The PRO version, which is available for $5 has got many advanced features like freezing your apps, 0-click batch & scheduled backups without closing any apps.
With the paid version, you can create multiple backups per each app. Additionally, you can backup/restore SMS messages, MMS, phone calls, browser bookmarks and Wi-Fi AP as an XML file.
This is another best and free Android backup app that allows you to safeguard your important mobile data like contacts, messages, photos, videos, mp3 files, documents and even call logs. You can also copy the backup data and restore on another device of yours easily with a few clicks.
Helium is one of the best backup and restore apps on Android, which doesn’t require rooting. You can easily take the backup of Android apps using your SD card or Cloud storage. It also allows you to sync app data from another Android device of yours. Make sure to set up backup schedules using the Helium backup app and never lose your valuable data again.
True to its name, the app is very easy to use with lots of useful tools to handle different tasks. You can take the backup of your Android mobile and restore it when required. Not just backup and restore, you can also send Android apps (.apk files) to other users wirelessly using the Easy App Toolbox. Currently, the app supports Dropbox, Google Drive, Box.net, SD card and PC for storing the backup data. BTW, this app also requires root permissions