Carbonite Mobile

Carbonite Mobile


The Carbonite Mobile backup and security app for Android makes it easy to automatically back up your Android phone or tablet’s photos and videos to the cloud and access them anytime, anywhere. Carbonite Mobile also protects your Android device in the event it is ever lost or stolen through remote lock and destroy features.

Help us improve the app! ---> [email protected]

With the Carbonite Mobile Android backup and security app you can:

• Back up – Automatically back up all of your smartphone's full resolution photos and videos.

• Access - Browse, view & share your backed up data by logging into www.carbonite.com. Current Carbonite customers can also access their backed up computer files directly through this app.

• Locate – Identify the location of your Android device on a map.

• Ring – Misplaced your phone? Sound the ringer even if your phone is muted or set to vibrate.

• Lock – Lock the screen on your device using a personalized pin.

• Capture – Think your device was stolen? Remotely activate the camera to take a photo of the person using your phone.

• Destroy –Remotely destroy all of your personal data and reset the device to its factory settings.


Tip: Download the app on all your mobile devices to access all of your backed up photos and videos anytime, anywhere. For example, you could access photos and videos on your smartphone from your Android tablet or iPad® if you have the app installed on both devices.

Please note: Backup and protection features are currently unavailable to Carbonite Small Business and iOS customers.

***The Carbonite team has corrected an issue that was adversely affecting the uploading of files for backup.  We sincerely apologize to any of our customers who have had difficulty with this issue.  If you had a issue, please re-try your backup.***

Terms of Service: http://www.carbonite.com/terms

Recent changes:
• Support for Android "Lollipop"
• Bug Fixes
• Improved CPU usage when backing up numerous large video files
• Videos are no longer backed up by default (video backups can be re-enabled via settings menu)
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Free
80
4.0
User ratings
1586
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
2
File size
3051 kb
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About Carbonite Mobile
The Carbonite Mobile backup and security app for Android makes it easy to automatically back up your Android phone or tablet’s photos and videos to the cloud and access them anytime, anywhere. Carbonite Mobile also protects your Android device in the event it is ever lost or stolen through remote lock and destroy features.

Help us improve the app! ---> [email protected]

With the Carbonite Mobile Android backup and security app you can:

• Back up – Automatically back up all of your smartphone's full resolution photos and videos.

• Access - Browse, view & share your backed up data by logging into www.carbonite.com. Current Carbonite customers can also access their backed up computer files directly through this app.

• Locate – Identify the location of your Android device on a map.

• Ring – Misplaced your phone? Sound the ringer even if your phone is muted or set to vibrate.

• Lock – Lock the screen on your device using a personalized pin.

• Capture – Think your device was stolen? Remotely activate the camera to take a photo of the person using your phone.

• Destroy –Remotely destroy all of your personal data and reset the device to its factory settings.


Tip: Download the app on all your mobile devices to access all of your backed up photos and videos anytime, anywhere. For example, you could access photos and videos on your smartphone from your Android tablet or iPad® if you have the app installed on both devices.

Please note: Backup and protection features are currently unavailable to Carbonite Small Business and iOS customers.

***The Carbonite team has corrected an issue that was adversely affecting the uploading of files for backup.  We sincerely apologize to any of our customers who have had difficulty with this issue.  If you had a issue, please re-try your backup.***

Terms of Service: http://www.carbonite.com/terms

Recent changes:
• Support for Android "Lollipop"
• Bug Fixes
• Improved CPU usage when backing up numerous large video files
• Videos are no longer backed up by default (video backups can be re-enabled via settings menu)

User reviews of Carbonite Mobile
In theory great, but it messed up my phone. Needs updates for the droid incredible.
Jan 18, 2011
Update: The last update fixed the problem with downloading files, so I really love it now. I can access my computer's files anywhere I am. Great app and a great idea. However does not let me download or save files. I tried to download a 75K file and it said I needed to free up 1G. Actually I have 6G available on my phone and 14G on my SD card. It would get 5 stars if it could allow choice of download location particularly to my SD card.
Nov 28, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 16, 2015
Wont go away Cannot uninstall HELP
A Google User
Feb 9, 2015
Good service but constantly restarting UPDATE- trying to uninstall but running into challenges because device administrator. Frustrating. *** My battery monitoring app continually finds carbonite restarting in the background, draining lots of battery. If it can't be fixed I will need to uninstall
A Google User
Jan 29, 2015
No battery drain, works well for me. Seems to work well for me. Large photo file would not display but aside from that works as promised. Work files on my MacBook Air seem to be organized and accessible from mobile. No battery drain issues at all. (knock on wood!) I think this is really a companion app for the computer back up more than a standalone mobile back up. And it's free on mobile with a subscription to their UNLIMITED storage plan. Seriously, that was a no-brainer for me.
A Google User
Jan 24, 2015
Fail Stopped working for me and everybody else. Fail.
A Google User
Jan 20, 2015
Can't back up phone I haven't been able to back up for several weeks. Looks like I'm not alone, what's the hold up???